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2019 Foothills Food Festival Beer Garden

Center for Ecology-Based Economy

Saturday, August 10, 2019 from 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM (EDT)

2019 Foothills Food Festival Beer Garden

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Early-Bird Pass
Order before August 10th and you'll get a discount on full access to the beer garden including free pours from all brewers!
Ended $25.00 $2.28

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Event Details

The 4th annual Foothills Food Festival is coming right up and we’re pre-selling tickets to the Beer Garden! The Beer Garden opens at 1pm on Saturday, August 10th and closes at 6pm, with last call at 5:45pm. This year, we are running the Beer Garden in a free-pour format—one price gets you a full tasting from all the brewers. We have added a few new brewers this year, as well as a kombucha producer.


Foothills Food Festival



Oxbow Brewing
Steam Mill Brewing
Side By Each Brewing
Barreled Souls Brewing
Bear Bones Beer
Saco River Brewing
Sebago Brewing
Urban Farm Fermentory 
Norway Brewing


We are asking the brewers to bring at least one beer made with a local ingredient and will be releasing the beer list a few days before the Fest. All pours are 4 oz. This is a 21+ only event, please have your ID ready at the door.


To find out more about this year's brewers and producer, check out the Foothills Food Festival website, which has all of their information, as well as everything else that is going on at the Festival, including live music, local organic farmers and vendors, great food, workshops, speakers, kid's activities... Join us!


See you there!

Have questions about 2019 Foothills Food Festival Beer Garden? Contact Center for Ecology-Based Economy

When & Where

Foothills Food Festival
Longley Square
413 Main Street
Norway, ME 04268

Saturday, August 10, 2019 from 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM (EDT)

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Center for Ecology-Based Economy


Whether we choose to or not, Western Maine will eventually become part of a post-fossil fuel economy faced with the challenges of an increasingly unstable climate. We can, however, choose to plan now, while resources are available, to transition to a more resilient and ecology-based economy that provides for our perennial needs and celebrates the strength of our communities.


Join the Center for Ecology-Based Economy to realize the goal of healthy, sustainable communities and achieve greater resilience to climate and resource instability. Only by working together and celebrating our diversity and collective knowledge will we create our greatest potential as a community and thrive well into the future. 


447 Main Street, Norway, Maine 04268


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