What You Need to Know About the 2019 Boulder Craft Beer Festival

Our picturesque mountain hamlet is known for its scenic Flatiron views, world-class terrain, lively downtown, and craft beer scene. Boulder is home to an abundance of breweries that create unique brews all their own. Each year, Colorado embraces its brewing history and beer making progress by hosting a variety of beer festivals around the state. Fortunately for us, Boulder is home to a distinctive gathering that showcases brewers throughout Boulder County and the Front Range, giving its residents a chance to discover new brews and savor stalwart favorites. Here’s everything you need to know about this year’s Boulder Craft Beer Festival.

About the Event

Over 30 local breweries will pour select brews for guests to sample. With over 100 beers in rotation, this gives beer lovers an opportunity to enjoy their favorites, as well as try new styles. From IPAs to sours and everything in between, there’s something to quench everyone’s thirst at this community gathering.

In addition to fantastic beverages, the Boulder Craft Beer Festival includes food, music, and more. Two of Boulder’s best loved bandsPart & Parcel and Foxfeather, will play live music throughout the day. For exercise enthusiasts and yoga devotees who want to earn their beers, reserve a ticket for the yoga class offered at the festival entrance. Afterward, reward yourself and refuel with a refreshing brew and hearty bite from McDevitt Taco Supply. If you’re craving something else, sample offerings from other food truck vendors, including spicy pastries from Lazo Empanadas and farm-to-table focused Zeal.

The Details

The 6th Annual Boulder Craft Beer Festival will take place on August 24, 2019. For VIP ticket holders, the gates open at 11:30 am and beer begins flowing promptly at noon. General admission check in begins at 12:30 pm and the gates for these ticket holders opens at 1:00 pm. Designated driver tickets are offered for only $10 to ensure your group gets home safely.

General admission tickets include a commemorative beer tasting glass and unlimited samples. Designated drivers are thanked with a $10 food voucher, good for any of the festival’s food trucks. VIP tickets include early entry, samples of specialty beers from participating breweries, and a festival t-shirt.

Pets are not allowed at this event, but children are welcome (although all of the activities are adult-oriented). All attendees, including designated drivers must bring a valid form of identification. For a full list of participating breweries, check back here.

Fortunately for residents of Habitat Apartments, Boulder consistently hosts spectacular, community-oriented events that encourage our town to get outside and enjoy the city. Habitat offers convenient access to all of Boulder’s activities while also providing beautiful and tranquil apartments for rent. Our residents truly receive the best of both worlds. Contact us today to schedule as showing.

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