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2020 Connecticut Craft Beer Fest at the Oakdale Theatre

November 14 @ 12:00 pm - 9:30 pm

2020 Connecticut Craft Beer Fest at the Oakdale Theatre

The 2020 Connecticut Craft Beer Fest will be held at the Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford on November 14, 2020 from 12 pm to 9:30 pm. This event is hosted by the CT Brewers Guild.

We will have 60+ CT Breweries participating and once again have them in all three rooms at the Oakdale, plus outdoor space (weather permitting). We have VIP and General Admission Sessions available and there will only be a limited amount of tickets available per session. This was a SOLD OUT event last year, so BUY EARLY to celebrate the booming craft beer scene by sampling beer from 60+ of our very own CT breweries. All VIP & GA guests will receive a commemorative tasting glass with a sample of a collaboration beer brewed by the Board of Directors of the CT Brewers Guild! VIP tickets will get you early entrance into the festival where you’ll be able to sample exclusive vintage, barrel aged and special brews not available during general admission. VIP tickets grant you access to the event from 5pm – 9pm. With only 500 VIP tickets available, take advantage of this extra hour to chat in a small setting with the brew masters themselves and your fellow beer enthusiasts and be the first to purchase CT Brewers Guild merchandise. Designated Driver tickets are also available for all sessions.

All proceeds generated from the festival go to the CT Brewers Guild, an organization by brewers and for brewers, to help further the goals of the Craft Beer movement in CT.

For those who completed their CT Beer Trail Passport and collected 50+ stamps, you will receive an email with your FREE VIP ticket to the “VIP Passport session” from 12pm to 4pm.

2020 Connecticut Craft Beer Fest Dates/Times:

Date: November 14, 2020
VIP Passport Session: 12pm – 4pm
GA Session #1: 1pm – 4pm
VIP Session #2: 5:30pm – 9:30pm
GA Session #2: 6:30pm – 9:30pm

DD tickets are available for all sessions

List of participating breweries will be posted 1 month before the event so stay tuned!

CT Brewers Guild has partnered with Lyft to provide responsible transportation to our CT Beer Fest. To redeem 50% off your Beerfest ride, enter code“CTBEERFEST into the ‘Promos’ section of the Lyft app. Maximum discount $10. Subject to Lyft terms.

We will have a number of food vendors and food trucks on site. List coming soon!

Live music. Free on-site parking.

We are looking for a handful of volunteers to assist with the event. Please email kat@connecticut.beer if you’d be interested in volunteering! All media requests need to be submitted to phil@connecticut.beer and approved prior to the event for attendance.

Details

Date:
November 14
Time:
12:00 pm - 9:30 pm
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Location

Oakdale Theatre
95 South Turnpike Road
Wallingford, CT 06492 United States
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