4 Oct 2018
Seabrook’s 6th annual Bigfoot Brewfest will take place this Saturday.
Guests of the beer festival will be able to sample more than 40 handcrafted beers, wine, and distilled spirits from more than 15 breweries across the Pacific Northwest, including Dick’s Brewing, Triceratops Brewing, Steam Donkey, Narrows Brewing, Mount Olympus Brewing, Hoquiam Brewing, and many more.
It’ll operate like most beer festivals, where those who buy tickets get a tasting glass then are permitted to roam from booth-to-booth sampling beers.
An amazing musical lineup for the event as well. The headliner will be The Junebugs, a three-piece band that combines high-energy pop and rock with Pacific Northwest folksy goodness to create a genre-bending sound you can kick up your heels to.
Tickets for the event are on sale now at www.ticketbud.com/. People who want to attend the beer festival from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. can get tickets for $25. The VIP experience, which includes a special event at the Mill 109 beer garden beginning at 11 a.m., is $40.
Here is what attendees can expect this Saturday:
Hours: The beer festival kicks-off at 11 a.m. and goes to 6 p.m. The Frontager’s Pizza beer tent, which will be serving brats, beer, and pizza by the slice, will stay open until 10 p.m.
Cost: Admission to the beer festival is $25 in advance. However, the activities taking place outside of the beer garden, such as the merchant street fair, Bigfoot discussions, live music, and art demonstrations, are free. Food and merchandise are available for purchase.
Location: The beer festival will take place on Market Street, while the VIP experience will begin at the Mill 109 beer garden. The merchant street fair will take place along the intersection of Market and Front Streets. The sand-carving demonstration will happen in Meriweather Square. Finally, the music acts will perform on the main stage, which is located on Market Street next to Frontager’s Pizza.
Entertainment & Activities: The schedule of events on Saturday features a wide range of entertainment, such as live music, Bigfoot discussions, wood-carving and sand-carving demonstrations. There will also be a Bigfoot parade at 10 a.m., which begins in front of cottage rentals. Finally, there is a Happy Hour yoga sessions taking place in Crescent Park at 3 p.m.
Kids & Family: most of the events are family friendly. Everything is open to all-ages except for the beer gardens.
Food & Drink: Food booths will serve traditional beer festival food, such as pizza, hot dogs, and other delicious treats. In the beer garden, vendors will being pouring craft beer, wine, and spirits.