Breckenridge Summer Beer Festival this weekend
July 6, 2017
The 12th Breckenridge Summer Beer Festival returns from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, with more than 55 local, regional and national breweries serving over 150 beers.
In addition to unlimited beer tasting, the festival also includes a large area for people with VIP passes, live music, a karaoke stage, vendors and food.
The event will be at Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center, and two local bands from Summit County, Zuma Road and Split Window, are set to play the festival.
Tickets are $30 for unlimited tasting access and a five-ounce commemorative cup if pre-purchased by today or $40 the day of the event.
VIP access passes, including a commemorative glass mug, special event entrance, covered seating, full specialty beers and sodas, catered lunch and private restrooms, are $75 if bought by today or $85 the day of the event.
All attendees need a ticket to enter the event, and general admission, non-drinking tickets are $5.
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People also may stop by the Park Avenue Pub from 5-8 p.m. today to purchase tickets without online fees. For people who pre-purchased tickets, they can pick up their mugs and wristband during this time. All attendees must have a valid ID to enter the event to taste the beers.
The 2017 Breckenridge Summer Beer Festival supports the Samantha Remington Angel Heart Foundation. For more, go to BreckenridgeBeerFestival.com.
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