If you love beer and you’re looking for an opportunity to sample many of the finest craft beers brewed in the state of Colorado, you won’t want to miss this year’s Parker Brewfest. The event will take place in Parker’s O’Brien Park (10795 Victorian Dr., Parker, CO 80138) and will include the opportunity to taste beer and purchase food from food trucks that will be parked in the area.
The Parker Brewfest is a great place to socialize, eat delicious food, taste various Colorado craft beers, and have an overall good time. But the event also an opportunity to give back to the Douglas County community. All profits from the brewfest will be donated to local charities.
The Parker Brewfest Event is Sponsored by the Rotary Club of Parker
The Cherry Creek Valley Rotary Club of Parker, Colorado (CCV Rotary) is hosting this year’s brewfest, and will donate profits from the event to various charitable organizations in Douglas County. Some of the organizations that will receive donations include: Homes for Our Troops, Project Sanctuary, Parker/Douglas/Elbert Task Force, Douglas County Support Center, Trick or Treat on Mainstreet, and more. A full list of organizations that will benefit from the Parker Brewfest is located on the festival’s website.
The 2016 Parker Brewfest will take place on Saturday, August 20, and will be open to 2,000 event-goers who will be divided into two different 1,000-person sessions. The first session will last from noon until 3:00 pm, and the second session will last from 4:00 pm until 7:00 pm. Upon entering the event, attendees will receive a 2-ounce glass to use for craft beer sampling as they walk around to different stations set up in the park.
Purchase Tickets in Advance
General Admission tickets for this event are $35 if purchased in advance, or $40 if purchased at the gate. A limited number of tickets are available, so they will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis. There are also a limited number of VIP Admission tickets available for $50. VIP ticket holders will be granted front-of-the-line privileges. There will be no charge for individuals attending the event who are either not drinking or who are designated drivers. Wrist bands will be provided, and a valid identification will have to be shown to verify that beer drinkers are over the age of 21.
Looking for other beer festivals and events to attend in Colorado?
Beer festivals and brewery events are common across the state of Colorado, and can be found just about every month of the year. Check out the websites below for a list of many of the most popular: