Here’s the all the info you need to know for SIPtemberfest:
—Dates & Times—
Friday, September 23 – SIPtemberfest Meet the Brewers Dinner Doors at 6pm, dinner promptly at 7pm.
Saturday, September 24 – SIPtemberfest Vermont Beer Tasting Gates open 1pm. Last call at 4:50pm.
Both events will be at Mad River Glen on Route 17 in Fayston, VT. Click here for directions.
The Meet the Brewers Dinner will take place in the General Stark’s Pub and the Vermont Beer Tasting will be spread around the base area.
Tickets will available via local pop up sales and online sales. For details click here.
Designated drivers and underagers are free! Well-behaved, leashed dogs are welcome!
—The 2016 Breweries—
Food will be available at SIPtemberfest but it is not included in your ticket! Please bring a little cash or use our on-site ATM! Thanks! There will be a variety of foods to choose from, including vegetarian options.
We love to rock and will have some great locally based tunes playing from the Upper Deck once again this year. More info coming soon.
—The Free Shuttle—
We will have a Free Shuttle running from Hostel Tevere to MRG and back, before and after SIPtemberfest. But if you want to take advantage of this, you need a reservation and you have to do that when you buy your ticket! More information coming soon.
—The Foliage Chair Rides—
From 10am to 2:30 pm, get your very own private viewing of Vermont’s foliage by riding up Mad River Glen’s historic Single Chair. Enjoy the peace and quite as you are slowly ushered to the top of a green and gold Stark Mountian. Make sure to bring your camera and someone to enjoy the view with! Rides $10 for adults, $5 for kids.
— Area Resources —
Looking for a place to stay? Or a place to eat on your way home? The Mad River Valley and surrounding areas have lots of great places for you to check out. The SIP is a great chance to check out our local flavor with first rate Bed & Breakfasts, incredible little restaurants, the best kept secret bars, gorgeous camping and more. Make a weekend out of it!
The Mad River Path Association – with the mission to to build, maintain, support and conserve a system of continuous public pathways from Warren to Moretown to foster a healthy community by connecting the people, schools, businesses and special places of the Mad River Valley.
—Wanna Get Involved?—
Contact us for information about being a volunteer, a sponsor and more! We look forward to hearing from you!