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Mount Southington Annual Crazy Brew Bash

October 13 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Join Mount Southington on Saturday, October 13th for the 4th Annual Crazy Brew Bash at Mount Southington Ski Area in Plantsville CT. You’ll enjoy hundreds of samples of beer, wine, and spirts. There will also be a Bloody Mary contest, live music, delicious food, prize giveaways plus more! Get your tickets and lets have a crazy fun time.

VIP Ticket Includes: Access to the VIP Hour, Continual Sampling, Tasting Mug, VIP Souvenir Glass, Automatic Entry into Prize Giveaways and much more.

GA Ticket Includes: Access to the festival beginning at noon, Continual Sampling, Tasting Mug, Automatic Entry into Prize Giveaways, and much more.

Designated Driver Tickets also available.

The event is rain or shine. No refunds or exchanges. No pets.

We look to continue to build and grow this incredible brew bash. The Crazy Brew Bash features a wide variety of beers, raffles, live music, corn hole and so much more. Also, taste many of the food options from food trucks from all over the state!

Details

Date:
October 13
Time:
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Location

Mount Southington Ski Area
296 Mount Vernon Road
Plantsville, CT 06479
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