BRANSON MO NEWS: 6th Annual Frosty Brewfest & Spirits in St. Genevieve
Ste. Genevieve, MO/January 11, 2018 (STL.News) – One of Missouri’s favorite winter festivals is set to get underway in Ste. Genevieve this month. The Sixth Annual Frosty Brewfest & Spirits will bring beer, spirits, food, and fun to Crown Valley Brewing & Distilling at 13326 State Highway F in Ste. Genevieve from 2–6:00 p.m. on Saturday, January 27, 2018. This outdoor event will feature samples of the flagship labels and seasonal offerings from breweries and distilleries across the region. A Brewfest plated lunch special will be available to purchase, and there will be lots of frosty festivities, including live music. There will also be a huge blaze in the fire pit and plenty of heaters (not to mention beers and spirits!) to warm things up.
There are three ticket options for this year’s festival. A $30 General Admission ticket includes festival admission and a souvenir glass. The $60 VIP ticket gets you in an hour early (at 1:00 p.m.) and includes a souvenir glass, plus a plate-lunch ticket, and a 32-ounce growler filled with Crown Valley’s limited-edition Frosty Brew. For $150 there’s an All-Inclusive Frosty VIP ticket that includes all the perks of the VIP admission, plus a one-night stay at the nearby Tradition Inn, shuttle service to and from Frosty Brewfest, and a $30 food voucher for Spokes Pub & Grill in Farmington. (Add a second VIP ticket for an additional $50.) Designated Driver tickets are also available. A $10 Designated Driver ticket includes entrance to Frosty Brewfest only. Even though they won’t be drinking, designated drivers must still be 21 or older with valid ID. Tickets are available online at the Crown Valley Brewing website. Tickets purchased the day of the event will cost $5 more.
The Frosty Brewfest & Spirits seems to get more popular each year. The annual festival …
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