SHERIDAN, WY— Bighorn Mountains Brewfest will be held on Saturday, June 29th, 2019 from 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. at Antelope Butte Mountain Recreation Area. Attendees can enjoy beers from nine regional craft breweries, live music from Dugan Irby and The Nate Champion Band, food vendors, and activities for the whole family. Free camping is also available onsite.
Tickets are $25 per drinking adult, which includes a shatterproof Mason jar sampling glass and unlimited pours. Participating breweries include Luminous Brewhouse, Black Tooth Brewing, Red Lodge Ales, WYOld West Brewing Co., Lander Brewing Co., The Knuckle Brewing Co., Crow Peak Brewing, Broken Compass Brewing and Ten Sleep Brewing Co. Children and designated drivers are free, and tickets are available here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2019-big-horn-mountains-brewfest-tickets-61853797373
“BrewFest is our favorite way to kick off the summer,” says John Kirlin, Executive Director of the Antelope Butte Foundation. “The combination of our mountain setting and live music is unbeatable, and we have a great lineup of craft breweries pouring some fantastic beers. We have free camping available and free admission for designated drivers to encourage a safe experience for everyone.” The event still has openings for volunteers, who each receive a complimentary ticket and t-shirt. Volunteers can sign up here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0544A4A728A7FD0-bighorn1
About Antelope Butte:
The Antelope Butte Foundation’s mission is to provide affordable and accessible year-round mountain recreation, training, and educational opportunities, with a focus on youth and beginners. Antelope Butte Mountain Recreation Area sits at a base elevation of 8,400 feet (9,400 ft. summit) in the heart of Wyoming’s Bighorn Mountains, 59 miles west of Sheridan and 35 miles east of Greybull. The organization purchased the Antelope Butte Mountain Recreation Area in 2016, opened with limited offerings in 2018.
Antelope Butte is currently undergoing a capital campaign and seeking donations to complete the lodge and enable full operations. For more information, visit http://antelopebutte.org.