Brambleton Brew Fest
Back for our sixth year and the best news... receive UNLIMITED POURS with your General Admission Ticket! Sample ALL the tasty craft beer you want! The Brew Fest features local breweries, because we want you to sample with us, then go out, and visit these local businesses. We asked that all the breweries come with a representative so you get the chance to talk to them and see what they are all about.
May 16, 2020
1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
LAST YEARS PARTICIPANTS - 2020 Participants TBD
This event will also include food trucks, live music and other fun beer related activities.
Date: May 16,2020
Time: 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Place: Behind the Brambleton Town Center/ Soave Dr / Northstar Blvd.
Keep an eye on the Friday Flash and Facebook for Early Bird announcements. Sign-up for Friday Flash here.
If you would like to be a sponsor or a vendor at this event please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to Volunteer?
You do need to be 21 year of age to volunteer, and if you are in the Beer Tent you will need to attend a safe pouring/serving class, date/time TBA.
As a volunteer, you will receive free general admissions, sample glass and t-shirt.
If you complete the FREE RSVP Training provided by Virginia ABC, you will receive a super cool pin that states you were "Trained to Serve". If you complete your training and send us your Certificate of Completion by April 2nd, you will be sent the sign-up link a few days prior to everyone else so you can pick your time slot first!
Below you will find the link to register for the class. Please read the directions on the link and note that it can take up to two days for your registration to be approved. The online class will take a few hours to complete, but you don't have to complete it in one day. Once you have completed the training, please email proof of completion to email@example.com.
Those that take the training will also be sent first volunteer options for the beer tent at other events.
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