Erie Micro Brewfest Pours Into The Brewerie
Saturday, Apr. 6
The Brewerie at Union Station is known for its unique train station setting, live shows, art exhibits, and its assortment of locally crafted beers. This establishment has no problem with hosting events of all sorts, whether it's breakfast on St. Patrick's Day or the highly anticipated Arts and Drafts — it's created quite the wave for itself over the years.
On April 6, the Brewerie will keep the conversation about good beer going with WQLN's 13th annual Erie Micro Brew Festival. So far, 28 different breweries from all over the region will be ready to share the history and science behind their craft beer, which attendees have the liberty to sample to their heart's content. With each company offering a "rare" beer (i.e. one not available in grocery stores or six-pack shops), this day honors the underground brew over the corporate drinks of the mainstream.
Advance tickets are available as well as VIP passes that entail a 45-minute early entry and a souvenir pint glass. If you're afraid that you may miss out on this zesty jubilee, there will be two sessions held on this day (1 to 4 p.m. or 5 to 8 p.m.), ensuring everyone has a chance to enjoy. Though the VIP experience is enhanced, supplies for the special pass are limited. You may want to put the Erie Micro Brewfest website into your browser and purchase yours immediately.
The Brewfest stands to be a delightful day for your mind and taste buds to be captivated by craft beer and great vibes. If you think that you may be a little too tipsy to make it back home, encourage a non-drinker friend to purchase a designated driver ticket. Be thirsty and be safe my friends. — Charles Brown
1 p.m. to 4 p.m or 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. // The Brewerie at Union Station, 123 West 14th St. // $40 advance, $45 at the door, VIP session and designated driver rates available // 21+ // eriebeerfest.com