Lafayette Brew Fest - 2016
September 10, 2016 - 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm
@Lafayette Florist - 600 S. Public Road
No Entrance Fee
Pour tickets are available tomorrow at the
No animals allowed except for service animals
Explore craft/micro beers one pour at a time!
WINE FOR SALE! Restaurant, Food Booths and Music!
Discounted pre-pour sales are now closed. You may purchase pour tickets tomorrow at the cashier stations
Twenty-one - 4oz pours - $36.00 - Save $6.00
Fourteen - 4 oz pours - $24.00 - Save $4.00
Seven - 4 oz pours - $12.00 - Save $2.00
Event day pour prices:
$2.00 for each 4 oz pour
$6.00 or 3 pour tickets for 9 oz glass of wine
Those who are drinking must purchase tasting tokens and will receive a souvenir cup.
For more information call 303-666-9555
Our 23 participating breweries and cideries are from all within 75 miles of Lafayette. They bring great beer, cider and meads for you to taste. Come and join us and see why we are so excited. Participating Breweries and Cideries are:
Avery Brewing, Boulder Beer, Crystal Springs Brewing, Eddyline Brewing, Finkel and Garf, Front Range Brewing Company, Horse and Dragon Brewing Company, Liquid Mechanics Brewing Company, Night Hawk Brewery, Oasis Brewing Company, Odd13 Brewing, The Old Mine Cidery, Open Door Brew Company, Oskar Blues Brewery, The Post Brewing Company., Redstone Meadery, Something Brewery, Upslope Brewing, Weldwerks Brewing, West Flanders Brewing Company, Wild Cider and Wonderland Brewing.
21 & Over to drink (Must show ID at the door) There are no age limits for entrance, but there are limited things for those under 21 to do at this event. We ask that you use your discretion in bringing kids.
Be kind to your pets and leave them at home when you visit the Lafayette Brew Fest. Only service dogs allowed in the barricaded area. .
Information about the 2016 Brew Fest
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
You must be 21 or over to drink alcohol at the event. You can enter the event if you are under 21 and purchase food and non-alcoholic beverages from vendors. Children are allowed, but keep in mind it's a busy, crowded atmosphere.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
You can park on the street and in the lots where allowed, walk or ride your bike!
What can/can't I bring to the event?
You & all your friends! Make sure to bring your ID! Food & retail vendors are there so cash or credit cards for most vendors for food & cool goods. Only service dogs allowed. No food or external alcohol will be allowed in the event. Bags will be checked.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Are my Pour Tokens transferrable?
Yes, to an individual who is 21 years old or older and has a wrist band on.
Can I get in if I'm a Designated Driver?
Yes of course! The event is free to walk through so no need to buy a ticket if you're just coming in with friends. We will have complimentary water available and non-alcoholic beverages will be available for sale by the food vendors.
Where can I purchase pour tokens?
You can purchase pour tokens on line starting August 1st at www.lafayettecolorado.com and they are at a discounted rate or at the door. $2 per 4oz pour
Do I have to bring my printed pour receipt to the event?
Yes, in order to pick up your pre purchased pour tokens you will need your purchase receipt.
What is the refund policy?
No refunds will be offered. This is a rain/snow/shine event. Tokens cannot be returned.
Will I be able to come and go from the event?
Yes, you may leave and come back to the event as you like.
The name on the purchase pour tickets doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
Yes. One person can buy multiple tokens for a group and just provide the one name. Everyone must have their valid ID and get a wrist band to get into the event and to enjoy the beer and wine.
Thank you sponsors: Presenting Sponsor: Morrell Printing Solutions, Lafayette Florist, Good Samaritan Medical Center/SCL Health, Elevations Credit Union, Eldorado Natural Spring Water, Sport Clips, CMIT Solutions, Centennial Bank, Boulder Magazine, Complete Care Chiropractic, Renewal by Anderson, The Peaks at Old Laramie Trail, Daily Camera, McStain Neighborhood, Colorado Party Rentals, Lafayette Lumber, Home State Bank, City of Lafayette and the Lafayette Chamber