We look forward to a fantastic Brewfest in Erie, Colorado on Saturday, October 1st. The day will include music, food, craft/service vendors, games, and Beer!!
Saturday, October 1st, 2022 - 12:00 Noon- 4:00 pm - No dogs are allowed
The event will take place in Historic Downtown Erie
Tickets: $30.00 online/$35.00 on site (includes a commemorative Erie Brewfest glass)
EB Brewfest is a
21 and older event.
Music - TBD
Food available for purchase at local downtown restaurants and event food trucks. Totally Nutz Colorado, Ruby Ru's and The Slawpybarn,
The day will include music, food, craft/service vendors, games, and Beer!!
And...LOTS OF FUN! Rain, Shine or whatever Colorado weather brings us.
No ticket sales after 2:30 pm
Free admission but no beer or commemorative beer glass. You must be 21 and older to enter event.
No Ticket Refund or Exchanges
Participating Breweries – 300 Suns Brewing, Dry Dock Brewing, Echo Brewing, Elevated Seltzer, Knuckle Puck Brewing, Cellar West Artisan Ales, The Old Mine, Industrial Revolution Brewing, Outworld Brewing, Westminster Brewing Co. - MORE BREWERIES COMING DAILY!
For more information visit our website - https://eriechamber.org/calendar-of-events/erie-brewfest-eb
or contact the Erie Chamber
Cory – [email protected] | 303-828-3440
THANK YOU TO OUR INVESTORS:
Town of Erie, Larkridge Shopping, Waste Connections, 1st Bank, Blue Federal Credit Union, Piripi
Thank you to our Sponsors:
Special OFFER: Buy 2 tickets and save $5
If I’m not drinking do still need to purchase a ticket?
No. Designated drivers and non-beer attendees do not need to purchase a ticket.
Can children attend the EB Erie Brewfest?
Yes. Supervised children are welcome, however, please be aware this is an adult event and does not provide entertainment for children.
Can I bring my dog?
Yes. Please note that dogs are not allowed inside the designated festival area. Water will be available on the outside of the fencing for your four-legged friend.
Can I take my beer outside the festival area?
No. All alcohol must remain inside the designated festival area.
Can I bring alcohol into the designated festival area?
No. Leave your alcohol at home but enjoy the many beers provided by all our local breweries.