The annual Gettysburg Brew Fest will enjoy its inaugural session Saturday, August 23rd— hosted by the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg. With spectacular views of the Gettysburg Battlefield and South Mountains, set against the backdrop of the new Seminary Ridge Museum — arguably one of most historic and recognizable structures in Gettysburg—the event will deliver a distinctive sampling experience.

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Initially offering one afternoon session—from 4:30pm to 8:00pm—the Gettysburg Brew Fest will offer an impressive array of 35 craft brewers from the immediate region surrounding Gettysburg, throughout Pennsylvania— and from around the U.S.

Attendees will begin their experience with an impressive cannonade, then enjoy the finest craft beers and hard ciders ever assembled in Gettysburg! Following three-and-a-half hours of interacting with representatives from various breweries and enjoying camaraderie with their fellow “crafties,” attendees will be treated to a truly unforgettable experience one can only have in Gettysburg: the sounding of Taps from the Seminary Ridge Museum cupola by world-renown bugler, Jari Villanueva. Mr. Villanueva sounded Taps at Arlington National Cemetery over 5,000 times. He was also the lead bugler of the moving “Taps Tribute” during the 2013 Gettysburg Festival.

Note: For the enjoyment of all of our patrons at this beer sampling event, we are limiting attendance to those 21+ adults. No infants, toddlers, children, strollers or pets, please

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