2020 Vermont Brewers Festival Killington - Session 2 (4-7PM)

Saturday, March 21, 2020 — 4:00 pm

2020 Vermont Brewers Festival Killington - Session 2 (4-7PM)
Bear Mountain
Bear Mountain Killington, VT 05751

Ticket Information

4-7PM TASTING (AGES 21+)
Price: $45.00
Fee: $4.04
4-7PM TASTING (AGES 21+) DAY OF
Price: $50.00
Fee: $4.29
Sales Begin Mar 21 at 12:00am.
4-7PM TASTING COMBO LIFT TICKET (AGES 21+)
LIFT TICKET VALID FOR SATURDAY 3/21 OR SUNDAY 3/22
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Price: $134.00
Fee: $8.49
4-7PM TASTING + WINTER HAT (AGES 21+)
ONLY AVAILABLE TO PURCHASERS FROM THE US. Hat will be shipped out prior to the event.
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Price: $72.00
Fee: $5.39
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Event Description

2020 Vermont Brewers Festival Killington - Session 2 (4-7PM)

Our Vermont brewers are getting together to create a very special festival at the picturesque mountain setting of Bear Mountain at Killington Resort – a new location for 2020. 

 

This all outdoor festival features 35 Vermont brewers, creating special collaboration beers made exclusively for this one-day event. There are two sessions to choose from, 12-3pm and 4-7pm.

 

Spend the day skiing or riding and then attend the festival with a combo lift ticket and festival access pass for $134. Get your Vermont Brewers winter pom hat in advance of the event plus festival access for $72.  Hats will be shipped out in advance of the event. This package is open to US residents only. Or purchase a festival only ticket for $45.  All tickets include a tasting badge good for 15 beer samples.  Beers are offered in various pour sizes, 3, 6, or 9 ounces.  3 oz = 1 sample, 6 oz = 2 samples, and 9 oz = 3 sample.

 

Get your best winter gear on and come sample special beers in varying pour sizes (3,6, or 9 oz), meet the brewers and enjoy food trucks and fire pits outdoors at Bear Mountain at Killington.

 

Tickets go on sale 11/25/19 at noon.

 

The Vermont Brewers Festival was established in 1991 and is the only festival created and hosted by the brewers in Vermont. All proceeds from the event will support the Vermont Brewers Association, a nonprofit founded in 1995 to promote and strengthen the culture of craft brewing in Vermont through marketing, education, and advocacy for Vermont made beer.

 

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