Early bird tickets for Seymour Main Street’s third annual Soak Up the Suds brewfest may be purchased through Thursday.
A general admission ticket is $30, and a designated driver ticket is $10.
After Thursday, a general admission ticket is $40. At the door, they will be $45.
Tickets may be purchased online at seymourmainstreet.org.
The event is set for 2 to 6 p.m. May 15 at Crossroads Community Park, 101 E. Tipton St., Seymour.
It will feature unlimited samples from more than 15 craft breweries in addition to food trucks, music and more. Every person who purchases a ticket will receive a commemorative Soak up the Suds pilsner glass for tasting throughout the day.
Confirmed food trucks include Fistful of Tacos of New Albany and Junkyard BBQ of Seymour.
Confirmed beverage vendors include Aleman Brewing of Chicago, Our Lady of Perpetual Hops of New Albany, Creek Bottom Brewing of Oldenburg, West Fork Whiskey of Indianapolis, Best Vineyards of Elizabeth, Vodka Squeeze of Indianapolis, Sun King Brewing of Indianapolis, New Madison Brewing of Madison, Hog Molly Brewing of Columbus, Bier Brewery of Indianapolis, Huckleberry Hill Winery of Bloomfield, Cardinal Spirits of Bloomington, Chapman’s Brewing of Angola, St. Benedict’s Brew Works of Ferdinand, Fistful of Ale of New Albany and Salt Creek Brewery of Bedford.
In order to increase vendor and attendee safety due to COVID-19, the festival will increase social distance between booths, use pitchers to provide touchless pours, provide hand sanitizer and washing stations and limit the event attendance.
Masks are required when entering and exiting the event. They are encouraged but not required once inside the event if you feel you are not able to safely social distance. If needed, masks will be available for purchase at the entry.
If the festival is canceled, ticket buyers will receive an immediate and full refund.
The event is sponsored by The Tribune, CPR Cell Phone Repair and Roger Wessel Berkshire Hathaway.