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2021 Vail Craft Beer Classic Announces Participating Breweries

Vail Craft Beer Classic

As the world slowly begins to emerge from the harrowing year we’ve been experiencing, more and more signs of normalcy have begun reappearing. And while simple pleasures like dining out at restaurants, heading to the movies, or attending a beer festival may seem insignificant in the greater scheme of things, these basic indulgences can not only help with mental health but also help to usher us back to life as it once was. 

On Friday, June 25 – Saturday, June 26, the Vail Craft Beer Classic returns as one of the state’s only in-person beer festivals yet to be announced this year. Following the success of last year’s socially distanced in-person edition of the festival, the Vail Craft Beer Classic brings back all of the precautions and additional health measures that allowed last year’s fest to go off without a hitch. 

Vail Craft Beer Classic
Photo Courtesy of the Vail Craft Beer Classic

If you’ve ever dreamed of attending a beer festival with minimal attendees, more than ample space, fewer beer farts, and plenty of high-quality breweries all set to the backdrop of world-class outdoor views, then the Vail Craft Beer Classic is your dream come true. 

This year’s festival will include four sessions spread across two days limited to just 250 attendees per session: Friday, June 25: 2-4 p.m. and 5-7 p.m. & Saturday, June 26: 12 – 2 p.m. and 3 – 5 p.m. though now both Saturday sessions have sold out.

Photo Courtesy of the Vail Craft Beer Classic

And while vaccinations continue to rise, Team Player Productions, the organization behind the Vail Craft Beer Classic is sparing no expense to ensure the safety of their attendees. Health measures include temperature tests for all vendors and attendees, all brewery booths spaced six feet apart and enforcement of six-foot spacing in lines for all attendees.

Photo Courtesy of the Vail Craft Beer Classic

Speaking of breweries, this year’s festival will include a tremendous mix of local Eagle and Summit County gems, as well as several nationally recognized names. The full attendee list includes:

  • 7 Hermits Brewing Company
  • Cabin Creek Brewing
  • Allkind Kombucha
  • The Bakers’ Brewery
  • BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse
  • Bonfire Brewing
  • Great Divide Brewing
  • Cheluna Brewing
  • The Peak Brewing Company
  • Elevation Beer Co
  • Fraser River Beer Co
  • Talbott’s Cider Co
  • Gruvi
  • Wibby Brewing
  • Ratio Beerworks
  • Upslope Brewing
  • Four Noses Brewing
  • Holidaily Brewing
  • Jagged Mountain Brewery
  • Something Brewery
  • Tivoli Brewing Company
  • New Belgium Brewing
  • Limited Libations
  • New Terrain Brewing
  • Monumental Beer Works
  • Ramblebine Brewing
  • Odell Brewing
  • WeldWerks Brewing
  • Tommyknocker Brewery
  • FlyteCo Brewing
  • Vail Brewing Co
  • Steep Brewing & Coffee Company
  • Outer Range Brewing
  • Launch Pad Brewery
  • Bundaberg Brewed Drinks
  • 10th Mountain Whiskey & Spirit Company
  • Wild Blue Yonder Brewing
  • Bulleit Bourbon
  • Cancion Tequila
  • Rocky Mountain Soda Company
  • Slalom Fox Cocktails
  • Carboy Winery
  • CANarchy Craft Brewery Collective
  • Oskar Blues Brewery
  • Deschutes Brewery
  • Baja Brewing Co
  • Boulder Beer
  • Stem Ciders

Grab your tickets for the 2021 Vail Craft Beer Classic before they’re completely sold-out!

Photo Courtesy of the Vail Craft Beer Classic

This has been a sponsored post courtesy of the 2021 Vail Craft Beer Classic.

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