4th Annual ColoniALE FestIt's time once again for the 4th annual ColoniALE Fest, a beer & wine tasting benefit for the Colonial Club. This year's event will be on Friday evening, November 7 from 6 - 9 p.m.
The Wisconsin State Journal's Beer Baron (aka Chris Drosner) said, "I've been to a lot of beer festivals and ColoniALE is a nice change of pace; perfect for people with a budding interest in beer or intermediate connoisseurs. Its relatively intimate size & friendly people on both sides of the pouring tables - not mention the good cause -- have kept me coming back."
Beer is the main feature on the menu, with over 60 different choices to sample from over 30 different breweries in Wisconsin and throughout the U.S. We will have lots of local favorites including New Glarus, Tyranena, Lake Louie and joining us for the first time this year will be samples from the Great Dane Brewery. The Sun Prairie Worthogs Home Brew Club will also be on hand to talk about and sample some home brews. There will also be a selection of wines to sample, for the non-beer folks in the crowd. Food will also be available for purchase.
Tickets are $25 in advance and can be purchased at the Colonial Club, Fuzzy's Liquors on Windsor St. and Cannery Wine & Spirits on Main Street. You can also purchase on line by visiting:
Businesses bringing 8 or more guests can earn a $5 discount off each ticket. To arrange for that call the Colonial Club at 837-4611 and ask for Bob.
Designated driver tickets are $10 and include unlimited non-alcoholic beverages.
Special thanks to event sponsors for helping make this a revenue generating event for the Colonial Club: Meineke Car Care Center, Harms Insurance Group, Cress Funeral & Cremation Service, Wegner LLP, DeGolier Printing, BrightStar, Bank of Sun Prairie, Service Specialists, MCV Salon, Eddie's Alehouse, Hebl, Hebl & Ripp, Liberty Square, West Prairie Dental, Summit Credit Union & Wright Vision Care.
Post courtesy of Colonial Club's most recent newsletter. Photo is our own creation. Please drink responsibly and support Colonial Club.