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What the Funk!? Invitational Announces 2017 Breweries & Event Date

What the Funk!? Invitational Announces 2017 Breweries & Event Date
Chea Franz

Denver’s premiere festival, What the Funk!? Invitational showcasing wild, spontaneous, sour and barrel-aged beers returns Wednesday October 4 at The Studios at Overland Crossing. Over the years, the events surrounding The Great American Beer Festival have become just as popular and successful as the headlining event itself, and What the Funk!? always ranks at the top of our list as well.

2016 What the Funk!?
Photo courtesy of The Brewtography Project
Cantillon What the Funk
Photo by Dustin Hall, The Brewtography Project

This year’s edition, will once again benefits Water For People, an international nonprofit organization working across nine countries to bring safe water and sanitation to 4 million people.

Photo courtesy of Water For People

Tickets for the 2017 What the Funk!? Invitational go on sale Tuesday August 8th at 10 a.m. MST for $100 a piece. This year’s lineup will once again have some heavy hitters!

  • 3 Floyds Brewing
  • 8 Wired Brewing Co
  • Ale Apothecary
  • Alesong Brewing and Blending
  • Arizona Wilderness Brewing
  • Baere Brewing Company
  • Beachwood Blendery
  • Casa Agria Specialty Ales
  • Casey Brewing and Blending
  • Creature Comforts Brewing Co.
  • Crooked Stave Artisan Beer Project
  • Crux Fermentation Project
  • Fremont Brewing
  • Green Bench Brewing
  • Jester King Brewery
  • Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales
  • La Cumbre Brewing Co.
  • Perennial Artisan Ales
  • Powder Keg Brewing Company/Amalgam Brewing
  • Scratch Brewing Company
  • Shelton Brothers brands
  • Side Project Brewing
  • The Rare Barrel
  • Two Roads Brewing Company
  • WeldWerks Brewing Co.
Fremont Brewing Rusty Nail
Photo by Dustin Hall, The Brewtography Project

Missed last year’s fest? Check out our recap of The Best Beer Festival You Probably Didn’t Attend. In it we detail the ample amounts of Cantillon, Hill Farmstead and Fremont’s The Rusty Nail which were easily accessible all through the very end of the festival. Plus check out our interview with Crooked Stave Founder Chad Yakobson!

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