The New York State Brewers Association is hosting a virtual craft beer tasting on September 26th.
The interactive virtual event brings the breweries into the enthusiast’s living room, including beer.
Attendees have the option to choose a brewery or purchase a $ 240 pass that gives them beer and access to all four tastings. A 90-minute virtual brewery tour and beer chat, accompanied by two beers – a total of 64 ounces – that are sent to the pass holders before the tastings.
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The participating breweries are:
The Brewers Association launched the virtual tastings in April and the sessions sold out quickly.
“While the personal thing is always fun, the virtual event offers a slightly more intimate and focused experience,” said Rich Vandenberg, co-owner of Greenport Harbor Brewing Co. and vice president of NYSBA. “I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to share our story with a fan, a future brewer, or just a curious beer lover who may not find it easy to get into the brewery right now.”
A single session pass is available for each of the four tasting sessions at a cost of $ 65 per session. A total of 100 rounds are available for each session. All-access passes are also available to attend all four sessions of the day for $ 240 with beer from all four breweries. Passes are intended for 1-2 people. Each brewery will send 2 exclusive beers direct home to pass holders to enjoy during the interactive event.
You can order passes or additional information at https://thinknydrinkny.com/festivals/nys-vte/.
A second virtual craft beer tasting experience in autumn is already planned for November.
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