The fifth annual Fairfax County Brewfest returns on Saturday, Sept. 26 with a twist year.
The event will take place at seven locations instead of a one-stop event in order to limit large gathering and follow social distancing guidelines.
The event features seven breweries in Fairfax County, including the Lake Anne Brew House in Reston.
“We designed a smart Brewfest this year. It’s scaled to be safer by spreading out locations to avoid a large crowd but still celebrating the breweries, music, and food in the area. It’s a chance to have fun and toast the craftmanship of the brewers,” said John Boylan, President & CEO, Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce.
The event kicks off in Reston with a beer run at 9:45 a.m., followed by nitro cold brew coffee and Kombucha.
A complete breakdown is below:
9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.: Join us as we tap an exclusive and very limited edition keg of our 2020 Golden Strong Ale (2020 VCB Cup Silver medalist). Will also be the first day that our QUADIVERSARY, 4th Anniversary Belgian Quad (2020 VCB Cup Bronze medalist) will be available (750 ml commemorative, ltd edition bottles available for in house consumption or to go. In addition, pretzel and pint special with NORDIC-KNOT pretzels, all day. Come sit by the lake for great views and even better brews. No ticket required.
6-8 p.m.: OKTOBEERFEST (advanced ticket purchase required by 9/24 with reserved table seating only. Limited seats still available. See website for more details.
Other participating breweries include Caboose Brewing Company (Fairfax), Fair Winds Brewing Company (Lorton), G34.3 Brewing Company (Lorton), Mustang Sally Brewing Company (Chantilly), Ono Brewing Company (Chantilly), and Settle Down Easy Brewing (Falls Church).
The event is co-hosted by the Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce and Mustang Sally Brewing Company.
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