Lakewood Brewing Lion’s Share V Coming 7/29

imageFrom Lakewood:

In honor of our fifth anniversary, we're throwing a big ol' party for all you fine folks who have supported us over these past five years. The evening of Saturday, July 29 will be a celebration to remember, with awesome live music, food trucks, games, and of course a huge lineup of beers! The party will be from 5pm-10pm, with our friends Signed Out and the amazingly-talented Lincoln Durham performing in the beer garden.

Tickets can be purchased right here for just $25. Your ticket includes entry into the party, as well as a Fifth Anniversary souvenir glass and a sampling card good for four complimentary 8oz pours of your choice.

Day of event tickets cost $30 at the door and include entry, four complimentary 8oz pours, and a glass to keep (however we can not guarantee it will be a Fifth Anniversary glass.) No need to worry though, we have some pretty cool glassware to choose from.

Designated Driver tickets will be sold at the door for just $10, and includes entry into the party with your friends and family, however no glass and no beer is included.

We'll have a "Can Stand" on-site selling cans of beer for just $3/ea, as well as additional sampling cards for $10/ea. We do reserve the right to refuse service to those we feel have imbibed a little too much. We want to make sure everyone stays safe and has a good time.

The beer list will be announced very soon. Plan on 30+ beers being on tap, including the debut of Lion's Share V, our fifth anniversary beer, as well as an array of vintage and experimental releases and all the favorites you've come to know and love. Due to the high volume of guests expected, we will have multiple beer stations spread out all over the brewery and beer garden. We want to avoid lines as much as you do, but please understand that's the nature of the beast when it comes to beer festivals.

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