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      Sierra Nevada's Single, Fresh, Wet & Wild Harvest Festival in Chico

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      October 19, 2013

      Saturday   1:00 PM

      1075 E 20th Street
      Chico, California 95928

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      Sierra Nevada's Single, Fresh, Wet & Wild Harvest Festival

      BEER LOVERS REJOICE! ANNOUNCING SIERRA NEVADAS INAUGURAL SINGLE, FRESH, WET & WILD HARVEST FESTIVAL! You are cordially invited to Sierra Nevada to celebrate the hop harvest - brewery style! Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. has invited over 50 breweries from across the country to join us in our estate hop field at our brewery in Chico, CA, for the inaugural Single, Fresh, Wet & Wild Harvest Festival. Many of the brewers do not sell their beer in Northern California, making this a unique opportunity to sample their offerings. Together we will celebrate hops and the brewers who love them. Proceeds from the event will benefit the California Craft Brewers Association (CCBA) and their work to support the craft industry. WHEN: October 19, 2013; 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm WHAT: Rare Beer, Live Music, Good Cause, Great Times for All WHERE: Sierra Nevada Hop Field TICKETS AVAILABLE STARTING AUGUST 7, 2013 AT 10:00 AM TICKETS ARE LIMITED AND WILL SELL OUT - PLAN AHEAD AND PURCHASE EARLY! TICKET OPTIONS AND PRICING: $75.00 Single, Fresh, Wet & Wild Ticket - includes admission, a commemorative tasting glass, tasting pours from over 50 breweries from around the country and a buffet provided by the Sierra Nevada Taproom. $30.00 Designated Driver Ticket - includes admission, a commemorative tasting glass that you can use for water, lemonade or iced tea (your wristband will indicate that no beer is to be served to you), and our buffet provided by the Sierra Nevada Taproom. WHAT IS THERE TO DO? Beer from around the country! - This is a beer festival after all. Over 50 breweries from around the country will feature their rarest and hoppiest offerings for you to sample in your tasting glass. Music by the Cave Singers - 3:30 - 5:30 pm - An American folk pop band from Seattle, Washington, they have their own Pacific Northwest brand of rootsy folk-rock worthy of a raised eyebrow. Beer inspired buffet from the Sierra Nevada Taproom - The professionals of the Sierra Nevada Taproom are bringing their best beer dishes. Festival goers will get to experinece the buffet from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. California Craft Brewers Association - Come support a wonderful cause - BEER! The CCBA provides a single and coherent voice that represents the interest of all of California's craft breweries. Single, Fresh, Wet & Wild Festival tickets will be available online starting August 7, 2013 at 10:00 am. Remember, you must be 21 or older to attend! How to get to the Single, Fresh, Wet & Wild Festival? PLEASE DON'T DRINK AND DRIVE - Really, we can't stress this enough... if you overindulge, leave your car and come back for it the next day. Take a taxi; we'll make sure there are plenty on hand and you'll make some new friends while keeping yourself and everyone safe. Here are other options: RIDE YOUR BIKE - there is plentiful bike parking at the brewery! We don't advocate drinking and riding your bike, though. PARKING AT SILVER DOLLAR FAIRGROUND - complimentary parking available at the fairgrounds; it's a short walk to the brewery or you can take the shuttle that will run back and forth from 1:00 - 6:30 pm. If you need to, you can leave your car overnight at the fairgrounds and pick it up the next day. *THERE IS NO PARKING ON SITE AT SIERRA NEVADA**PLEASE FEST RESPONSIBLY* General Admission - $75.00 Designated Driver - $30.00

      Cost: 30.00 to 75.00

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