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4th Annual Tri-City Craft Brew Festival Returns to Lincoln Park in downtown St. Charles

Jun 04, 2019 12:44PM
St. Charles - Craft beer lovers: it’s time to break out those pretzel necklaces and come taste some brews! Plan to attend the 4th Annual Tri-City Craft Brew Festival in St. Charles' Lincoln Park on Saturday, June 8, 1-4:30pm.

Visit over 30 craft breweries and enjoy over 60 different craft beers, hard ciders, wine and meads from across the Midwest region and around the country. Attendees will enjoy food trucks, beer culture with activities and live music by the Gina Glockson Band. 

There are three ways to enjoy the fest: VIP with special perks, General Admission for the standard brew fest experience and it’s always important to bring a Designated Driver. 

  • VIP tickets are $65 and include 1-hour early admission at 12pm, 18 drink tickets, exclusive VIP beer pours and food from the Blue Goose Market from 12-1pm, VIP souvenier glass, Beer Schwing Lanyard, festival program and first access to the entire festival beer offerings before everyone else.
  • General Admission tickets are $45 and include festival admission at 1pm, 18 drink tickets and a commemorative sampling glass.
  • Designated Driver tickets are $15 and include unlimited soda and water at our DD tent (note: DDs must be 21+ and cannot consume alcohol at the festival)
Support the event and know that you're drinking for a great cause! This year’s event is benefiting the St. Charles Breakfast Rotary Club, a not for profit 501(C)(3) organization that supports a variety of charities, provides local scholarships and projects supported by the SCBRC.

Please note the following rules & regulations:
No one under 21 admitted (including babies in strollers).
All Designated Drivers must be 21+, must purchase DD tickets and cannot consume alcohol at
the festival.
No dogs or other pets permitted on fest grounds.
No infants or children permitted on fest grounds.
No alcohol permitted outside of festival grounds.

Source: Alessandro Vazquez