Thu, Mar 12|
Families on the Fox
FOTF Brewery Bus Crawl
THREE BUSES. THREE STOPS. One HOPPY night!
Time & Location
Mar 12, 2020, 6:00 PM – 9:30 PM
Families on the Fox, Various Locations
About The Event
St. Charles is becoming a HOT SPOT for craft breweries! Come on a tour to three of our favorites: D and G Brewing, Riverlands Brewing Company, and Pollyanna Brewing Company! A Families on the Fox tour guide will be aboard each bus to ensure we stay on track!
Each attendee will receive:
- A Brewery Bus Crawl T-Shirt
- Transportation to all three breweries
- A flight at EACH stop (this is 3, 3-5oz pours at EACH stop)
- An automatic donation from each ticket sale goes to Spectrios Institute for Low Vision, a non-profit organization that gives assistive technology to students in public schools that have low vision.
After you enjoy your flights, buy a draft of your favorite sample and enjoy it until we load up for our next stop!
A food truck will be present at the Riverlands Brewing Company stop, LIVE MUSIC at Pollyanna, as well as raffle tickets to benefit Spectrios Institute for Low Vision will be available at Pollyanna Brewing Company!
Feel free to leave each brewery with your favorite beer canned, in crowlers, or in growlers to take home! We do ask, however, that NO ALCOHOL is opened or consumed on the bus.
***Bartenders reserve the right to refuse service to patrons who are exhibiting drunken behavior or are interfering with the safety and well-being of others. Families on the Fox is not liable for damage caused by event attendees; this falls on the individuals responsible for the damage.
***This is a 21 and over event. If attendees cannot show ID upon check-in, they will be refused entry and forfeit their ticket.
Brewery Bus Crawl | FOTF
TICKET INCLUDES: *Brewery Bus Crawl T-Shirt *Transportation to all three breweries *A flight at EACH stop (3, 3-5oz. samples per flight). *An automatic donations to Spectrios Institute for Low Vision, a non-profit organization that gives assistive technology to students in public schools that have low vision.