Five Beer (or Wine) Fests coming your way!
As the weather warms up, the beer fests get going. It’s hard to decide which ones to attend. We’ve got a few in both Chesterton and Michigan City that we think you might enjoy!
March 17: Corkscrew and Brew
Set in Chesterton’s beautiful Thomas Centennial Park, the Third Annual Corkscrew & Brew will gather local wineries and breweries for this springtime, tasting. There will be food available for purchase as well as music to be enjoyed by all. This event is a fundraiser for the Duneland Chamber of Commerce and Thomas Centennial Park. More info here.
April 14: Brews in the Dunes Brewfest
This is a new one to check out this year. A fundraiser for St. patrick Catholic Church in Chesterton, it will offer all sorts of brews, food trucks and live music. More info here.
June 2: Jammin with Save the Dunes:
Although not your typical beer fest, Jammin does offer brews from over 10 local breweries. This is Save the Dunes signature fundraiser and brings a full day of music to the Guy Foreman Amphitheater in Michigan City. This year they have Mr. Blotto headlining and brews from Shoreline, Burn ‘Em, Zorn, Hunter’s and many more! Get all the details right here.
June 16: Wine and Beer Fest on the Water:
This is the second year for Fire & Water’s Wine and Beer Festival. You couldn’t ask for a nicer setting right along the shores of Lake Michigan, in Michigan City. Along with wine and beer, they will have food, live music and a variety of champagnes. Look out for the limited VIP tickets that are sure to be worth the extra bucks. More info can be found here.
August 18: Bacchus and Beer Fest:
Head to Friendship Botanic Gardens in Michigan City for this end of the summer beer and wine fest. Stroll the gardens, listen to music and try a variety of both beer and wine. Danny Moore will be playing some tunes and Up N’ Smoke will have some delicious bbq. Early Bird tickets are currently available for this fest and are a steal! Flower Power!! Info and tickets here.
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