9 November 2014
Taylor attended the The Festival in San Pedro, California, this weekend which hosts some of the finest International and USA based brewers.
Some of the world’s greatest and smallest artisanal beer, cider, and mead makers will join us to meet festival attendees and share their stories and knowledge. You’d have to spend months and countless dollars for a chance to meet this many world-class brewers. We’ve saved you the trouble and the expense — they’ll all be on hand personally to talk about their work and to pour for you. And many will be creating special brews specifically for the event — you won’t be able to find them anywhere else!
Admission to the festival gets you our special-edition sample glass, plus the opportunity to meet more than 70 of the best beer, cider, and mead makers in the world. The cost of admission also goes to covering the costs of the festival, including bringing these incredible brewers in from all over the world. Additionally, a portion of admission ticket sales will go directly to our nonprofit partner, Sharefest. (Seriously, check them out. They’re awesome.)
Every producer listed will be on hand to talk about their creations. Never before have this many small-batch artisans been gathered together in one room — well, maybe at last year’s festival.
Join us and meet all these brewers:
International Breweries: 8 Wired (New Zealand) ▪ Amager (Denmark) ▪ Au Baron (France) ▪ Baird (Japan) ▪ Be.Er Brewery (Belgium) ▪ Birra Toccalmatto (Italy) ▪ Blaugies (Belgium) ▪ Brasserie Dunham (Quebec, Canada) ▪ Brekeriet (Sweden) ▪ Brew By Numbers (England) ▪ Brewfist (Italy) ▪ Burning Sky (England) ▪ Buxton Brewery (United Kingdom) ▪ Ca L’Arenys/Guineu (Spain) ▪ Cantillon (Belgium) ▪ Cidrerie du Perche (France) ▪ Companyia Cervesera del Montseny (Catalonia, Spain) ▪ De La Senne (Belgium) ▪ De Molen (The Netherlands) ▪ De Ranke (Belgium) ▪ Dieu du Ciel! (Quebec, Canada) ▪ Drie Fonteinen (Belgium) ▪ Freigeist (Germany) ▪ Fyne Ales (Scotland) ▪ Harvest Moon (Japan) ▪ Het Nest (Belgium) ▪ Jandrain-Jandrenouille (Belgium) ▪ Kerkom (Belgium) ▪ Le Trou du Diable (Quebec, Canada) ▪ Les Trois Mousquetaires (Quebec, Canada) ▪ Magic Rock (United Kingdom) ▪ Mahr’s (Germany) ▪ Marina (Catalonia, Spain) ▪ Les Vergers de la Collinne (Quebec, Canada) ▪ Mikkeller (Denmark) ▪ Minoh (Japan) ▪ Moor Beer (United Kingdom) ▪ Nøgne Ø (Norway) ▪ Oersoep (Netherlands) ▪ Oliver’s Cider and Perry (United Kingdom) ▪ Page 24 (France) ▪ Partizan (England)▪ Pays Flamand (France) ▪ Peckham’s Cider (New Zealand) ▪ Pressure Drop (England) ▪ Rappi Bier Factory (Switzerland) ▪ Renaissance (New Zealand) ▪ Ribela (Spain) ▪ Ritterguts (Germany) ▪ Rooie Dop (The Netherlands) ▪ Shiga Kogen (Japan) ▪ Siren (United Kingdom) ▪ Struise (Belgium) ▪ The Monarchy (Germany) ▪ Thiriez (France) ▪ To Øl (Denmark) ▪ Trois Dames (Switzerland) ▪ Weird Beard (United Kingdom) ▪ Westvleteren (Belgium)
AEppelTreow Winery (Wisconsin) ▪ Allagash (Maine) ▪ Anchorage Brewing Co. (Alaska) ▪ Arizona Wilderness (Arizona) ▪ Artisan Beverage Coop (Massachusetts) ▪ Bluejacket (Washington, DC) ▪ Cambridge Brewing Company (Massachusetts) ▪ Celestial Meads (Alaska) ▪ Crooked Stave (Colorado) ▪ Hair of the Dog (Oregon) ▪ Hanson Brothers Beer Company (Oklahoma) ▪ Hill Farmstead (Vermont) ▪ Jester King (Texas) ▪ Jolly Pumpkin (Michigan) ▪ Mystic Brewery (Massachusetts) ▪ Oxbow Brewing (Maine) ▪ Prairie Artisan Ales (Oklahoma) ▪ Pretty Things (Massachusetts) ▪ Saint Somewhere (Florida) ▪ Shmaltz (New York) ▪ Side Project (Missouri) ▪ Tree House Brewing Company (Massachusetts)
Bagby Beer ▪ Beachwood BBQ ▪ Bottle Logic ▪ Brouwerij West ▪ Cellarmaker ▪ Faction ▪ Firestone Walker ▪ Monkish ▪ Rare Barrel ▪ San Pedro Brewing Company ▪ Sante Adairius ▪ Tahoe Mountain ▪ Telegraph ▪ The Bruery
We’ll also have some fantastic chefs and food vendors on-site, as well as local iced coffee and kombucha producers for the designated drivers (and everyone else, of course).
Information Source: Eventbrite.com
Photo(s) Source: Pixsta (username of owner captioned on each photo).