It's time for Upland Brewing Company's 3rd Annual Midwest Sour + Wild + Funk Fest! This year it will be held on Saturday May 17th at Indianapolis City Market, Indianapolis IN. The new venue is more centralized with more parking options, free valet bicycle parking, an extended outdoor area and accessible to walk up traffic. With over 20 breweries already committed there will be plenty of sour, wild and funky beer to sample.
Starting Monday, March 10 at noon these ticketing options will be available:
VIP: The VIP package gives you access to a private lounge, separate bathrooms, food, a VIP presentation and beer tasting, and early entry into the event. Also included in the VIP package is a commemorative t-shirt, swag bag, and a VIP lanyard. (Secret Barrel Society members receive a VIP entry as part of thier membership, for more information see secretbarrelsociety.com.)
General Admission: A General Admission ticket gives you access to the event, light snacks and City Market Vendors will be open to sell heavier fare during the festival. There will also be an option to buy a commemorative t-shirt during ticket purchase for an additional $15... oh, and all the sour beer samples you could want.
DD: A designated driver ticket option is available for those who wish to come to the event and provide their friends they are attending with a safe and sober mode of transportation. A commemorative t-shirt can be purchased with this option for an additional $15.
Sponsored by: Kahn's Fine Wine & Spirits, Briess Malt & Ingredients Co., and Bicycle Indiana
10% of the proceeds will be given to our friends and partners at Keep Indy Beautiful
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Upland Brewing Co.
We’ve been brewing ales, lagers, and sours in Bloomington, Indiana since 1998. Many of our brews are unique twists on traditional recipes, while others are products of our own imaginations. We’re proud to say that several of our beers have brought home national and international medals and awards, but what we really care about is brewing the kinds of beer we like to drink, and providing a fresh local option to our communities. It never hurts to get a pat on the back, though! Along the way, we’ve made lots of friends and drank our unfair share of good beer, all while trying to do good in our communities and do well as a craft brewery.