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Wednesday Weekend Forecast for July 15-19

Submitted by on July 14, 2010 – 4:00 am6 Comments

Photo by Gerard WalenThis feature appears each Wednesday to alert beer road trippers about brew-related events during the upcoming weekend.

Click on the links to learn more.

If you would like your event to appear here, please e-mail the info to gerard@roadtripsforbeer.com.

As always, drink responsibly.


The Vermont Brewers Festival will be Friday and Saturday in Burlington, Vermont.

The third annual Beer 4 Boobs festival will be Saturday in Atlanta, Georgia.

The second annual Village Pourhouse Brewfest will be Saturday in New York City, New York.

The Hyde Park Craft Beer Symposia will be Monday in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Oregon Craft Beer Month continues through July 31 at various locations in Oregon.

The Portland International BeerFest will be Friday to Sunday in Portland, Oregon.

The 15th annual Indiana Microbrewers Festival will be Saturday in Indianapolis, Indiana.

The fifth annual Ohio Brew Week Festival continues through Saturday in Athens, Ohio.

The ninth annual Roadhouse Brewfest will be Saturday in Hillsboro, Oregon.

The 15th annual Brews ‘n Blues Charity Microbrew and Music Festival will be Saturday in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

The BreastFest Beer Festival will be Saturday in San Francisco, California.

The Breckenridge Beer Festival will be Saturday in Breckenridge, Colorado.

The Waterbury Fire Fighters’ Summertime Brews Beer Festival will be Saturday in Waterbury, Connecticut.

The second annual Trump International Wine & Beer Festival will be Sunday in Los Angeles, California.

The Twisted Pine 15th Anniversary Festival will be Saturday in Boulder, Colorado.

The Beer Dabbler Showcase will be Saturday in St. Paul, Minnesota.

The Dog & Grog Montana Microbrew Festival will be Friday and Saturday in Virginia City, Montana.

The Empire Brewfest will be Friday in Syracuse, New York.

The third annual Hops, Vines and Wines Festival will be Saturday in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania.


The Downtown Kitchener Ribfest & Craft Beer Show will be Friday to Sunday in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada.

The Hamilton Russell Summer Beer Festival will be Friday to Sunday in Thorpe Thewles, England.

The inaugural Bobtown Beer Bash will be Saturday in Roberttown, England.

The Chelmsford Summer Beer Festival runs through Saturday in Chelmsford, England.

The eighth annual Bromsgrove Beer and Cider Festival 2010 will be Thursday to Saturday in Bromsgrove, England.

The fourth annual SIBA South East Beer Festival will be Friday to Sunday in Tonbridge, England.

The Styal Beer Festival will be Friday and Saturday in Styal, England.

The Reading Real Ale and Jazz Festival will be Thursday through Saturday in Reading,  England.

The ninth annual Poppy Line Beer Festival will be Friday to Sunday in Sheringham, England.

The Windsor LocAle Beer Festival will be Friday to Sunday in Old Windsor, England.

The inaugural Haydon Bridge Beer Festival will be Saturday in Haydon Bridge, England.

The Hook Norton Festival of Fine Ales will be Saturday in Hook Norton, England.

PivoFest 2010 will be Thursday to Sunday in Prilep, Macedonia.

The Great Japan Beer Festival Osaka will be Saturday to Monday in Osaka, Japan.


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  • Would I want to make it out to every single one of these? Of course! But I have to say that the one in Osaka sounds really interesting to me. Could also be that I’ve been trying to take a trip out to Japan forever now, and that Osaka is the food and drink capital of Japan.

    I could spend weeks upon weeks eating and drinking my way through that city. Not to mention that Japan actually has some pretty damn good beers to offer to the world.


  • Cindy Small says:

    Please consider posting on your website, and come on down!

    Kent County Tourism is pleased to announce the inaugural Delaware Wine & Beer Festival, set for Sunday, October 17 at Pizzadili Vineyard and Winery in Felton, DE, just minutes south of Dover off Route 13. All Delaware wineries and breweries are invited to participate in this new event.

    “We are very pleased to be working with the Pizzadili family on this first-ever event for Delaware,” said Linda Kurtz, Director of Public Relations and Special Events for Kent County Tourism, a non-profit organization sponsoring the event. “With the recent launch of the Delaware Wine and Ale Trail, we felt a festival to further introduce the public to Delaware’s wineries and breweries will give the public a first-hand look — and taste — of the wines and craft beers made in Delaware.”
    The event will be held from 12 noon to 5 p.m. Admission is $5 for adults and free to children 18 and younger. Tasting packages are available for $20, which includes festival admission and five tastings. Wine and beer glasses will also be sold for $5 each and comes with one beverage token. Additional beverage tokens can also be purchased. Pizzadili’s will have a barbecue with food items such as hamburgers and hotdogs along with their famous pizza. Non-alcoholic beverages will also be on sale, and snacks will be provided.
    Festival-goers will have the opportunity to meet Delaware’s vintners and brewers and talk about their locations, their products and their processes. Tours of the winery will be available throughout the day, and the retail shop will be open. Festival goers can listen to music, play horseshoes or volleyball and even participate in a “grape stomp.”
    Pizzadili Winery, was started in 1993 when the first grapes were planted by brothers Tony and Pete Pizzadili. Today the family business has grown into a full-scale vineyard and winery where 12 varieties of grapes are grown and used to make 20 wines from sweet to semi-sweet, dry, blush and fruit wines. The facility has been a popular wedding and special event venue.
    The event will be held rain or shine inside a covered pavilion. Admission tickets will only be sold at the door. The winery is located at 1683 Peach Basket Road near Felton, DE, just minutes south of Dover. It is 1/10th of a mile off Route 13 on the right. For more information, call Kent County Tourism, 302-734-4888 or 800-233-5368.

  • Gerard says:

    Thanks, Cindy. I’ll be sure to post it in the Forecast for that weekend. I’d be coming “up” for it if I went, though. I live in Florida. 🙂
    Is there a website set up for it yet?

  • Cindy Small says:

    More than likely will be incorporated into our site, http://www.visitdover.com for the first year.

  • Gerard says:

    Please let me know when the info is up. Thanks.

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