The Festival 2013 Portland Maine Edition
Friday, June 21, 2013 at 6:30 PM - Saturday, June 22, 2013 at 10:30 PM (EDT)
The Festival 2013 presented by Shelton Brothers and 12% Imports
in collaboration with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Portland - $2 from every ticket sold will be donated to HFH
Location: Portland Yacht Services Building 58 Fore St Portland MAINE ore Street Portland, ME 04101
Session 1: Friday, June 21st, , 6:30pm to 10:30pm
Session 2: Saturday, June 22nd , 1pm to 5pm
Session 3: Saturday, June 22nd , 6:30pm to 10:30pm
Admission to the festival gets you:
- Our special edition sample glass
- 48 tickets for 1 oz samples (that’s the law in Maine) of over 200 of the best beers, ciders, and meads from all over the world. You can use 1 or 2 tickets per pour.
- The opportunity to meet more than 70 of the best beer, cider and mead makers in the world
Every producer listed will be on hand to talk about their creations. Never before have this many small batch artisans been gathered together in one room......well maybe last year in Worcester. This is just a partial list. The ever expanding list will be posted on FB, twitter and http://www.the-festival.us
Join us and meet all these brewers:
Shelton Brothers breweries:
8 Wired (New Zealand) ▪ Agullons (Catalonia, Spain) ▪ Amager Bryghus (Denmark) ▪ Anchorage (USA) ▪ Au Baron (France) ▪ Bad Attitude (Switzerland)▪ Baird (Japan)▪ Barfly/Laborotorio (Italy)▪ Blaugies (Belgium) ▪Brewfist (Italy) ▪ Brodie's (England) ▪ Buxton (England)▪ Cambridge (USA)▪ Cantillon (Belgium) ▪ Cervesa del Montseny (Catalonia, Spain) ▪ Celestial Meads (USA) ▪ Cidrerie Traditionnelle du Perche (France) ▪ Crooked Stave (USA)▪ De La Senne (Belgium) ▪ De Molen (Holland)▪ De Ranke (Belgium) ▪ Dieu du Ciel! (Quebec, Canada) ▪ Drie Fonteinen (Belgium) ▪ Freigeist (Germany) ▪ Guineu (Catalonia, Spain) ▪ Haand (Norway) ▪ Het Nest (Belgium) ▪ High & Mighty (USA) ▪ Hill Farmstead (USA) ▪ Hogan's (England) ▪ Jester King (USA) ▪ Jolly Pumpkin (USA)▪ Kerkom (Belgium) ▪ Kissmeyer (Denmark) ▪ Kout (Czech Republic) ▪ Lagar de Ribela (Spain) ▪ Le Trou du Diable (Quebec, Canada) ▪ Mahr's (Germany) ▪ Marina (Catalonia, Spain) ▪ Midtfyns (Denmark) ▪ Mikkeller (Denmark) ▪ Mjodhamnen (Sweden) ▪ Mystic (USA) ▪ Naparbier (Spain) ▪ Nøgne Ø (Norway) ▪ Page 24 (France) ▪ Pays du Flamand (France) ▪ Prairie Artisan Ales (USA) ▪ Pretty Things (USA) ▪ Rappi Bier Factory (Switzerland) ▪ Renaissance (New Zealand) ▪ Ridgeway (England) ▪ Saint Somewhere (USA) ▪ Struise (Belgium) ▪ ‘t Hofbrouwerijke (Belgium) ▪ The Drunk Monk (Belgium) ▪ The Monarchy (Germany) ▪ Thiriez (France) ▪ To Øl (Denmark) ▪ Toccalmatto (Italy) ▪ Trois Dames (Switzerland) ▪ Yeastie Boys (New Zealand)
12% Imports breweries:
Against the Grain (USA) - Beachwood BBQ & Brewing (USA)- Evil Twin Brewing (Denmark/USA)-Stillwater Artisanal (USA)-Omnipollo (Sweden)-Gueuzerie Tilquin (Belgium)-Brouwerij Hof ten Dormaal (Belgium)-Hopfenstark (Canada)-Brasserie Cazeau (Belgium)-Local Option (USA) - Brouwerij Emelisse (Netherlands)-Nomada Brewing Company (Spain) - Westbrook Brewing (USA)
and some great local producers....Allagash, Maine Beer Co, Maine Mead Works, Marshall Wharf, Oxbow and Rising Tide!
Are you really going to miss this?
For general inquiries, please contact: email@example.com
All sales are final. Tickets price will only be refunded in the event of cancellation.
You must present a valid photo ID (driver's license, passport, military ID) at the door.
The name on this ID must match the name on the ticket and show that you are 21 or over. If you need to transfer a ticket because you are unable to attend, you can do so through eventbrite.com or notify us by email.
Names can be modified here:
Absolutely no one under 21 will be admitted. This includes children in baby carriages.
The venue is wheelchair accessible.
No animals other than seeing eye dogs and other medical service dogs will be allowed.
A special designated driver ticket is available, no alcohol will be served to attendees wearing a designated driver wristband. Free non alcoholic drinks will be provided for DDs.
When & Where
The world's best beers...imported by hand.There’s no miracle to importing good beer – just hard work and a lot of travel. We generally seek out unmanipulated beer, looking primarily to small breweries with craftsmen taking seriously their passion for a natural, traditionally-made beverage.
Shelton Brothers is the only beer importer with these specific criteria for hand-selecting what we offer to our customers. We’ve turned down offers from large European breweries, and we’ll do it again. We’re only interested in bringing you the very best.
12 Percent Imports
At 12 Percent our aim is simple. Travel the world in search of the finest, hand-crafted ales available. And bring them home. We import beer for selfish reasons, but with the hope of letting others indulge in our spoils.
Our focal point is Belgium, where we work with brewers who have an intimate knowledge of beer - they know its history and are taking it to new places. The brewers we work with meticulously craft their beers through slow, painstaking processes. They respect and adhere to traditional brewing methods, yet strive for originality in their creations. The results are hand-crafted ales of rare, superior quality.
The goal of 12 Percent is to share with others the very best of what we travel far to get. We love our beers, and we bring them home as a hobby and a passion. As such, you’re not likely to find our products in a supermarket or on billboards. Our intention is to sell to those who respect and appreciate them; just as we do, just as our brewers do. Perhaps you’ll have to search a bit for our beers. But trust us, when it comes to searching, we’ve done the hard part - and it’s worth it