The Full Circle Festival, hosted by 42 North Brewing Company, returns after a two year hiatus. This year, the festival will be hosted at the historic Stables at Knox Farm State Park on Saturday, May 21.
Over a dozen regional craft breweries, cideries, and distilleries will be on site to celebrate the craft beverage industry. In addition to sampling from all the breweries, tickets to the Full Circle Festival will include live music from bluegrass band, “Brothers Blue,” agriculture vendors, a souvenir tasting glass, and the annual pig roast.
The brewery line-up for Full Circle Festival includes 42 North, Dublie Corners, Blackbird Ciderworks, Clarksburg Cidery, Eli Fish, Community Beer Works, Britesmith, New York Beer Project, Old First Ward Brewing, Steelbound, Pressure Drop, Windy Brew, First Line Brewing, and Pearl Street. Each brewery will offer samples, including one beer from each brewery that features New York State ingredients.
Additionally, attendees will be able to interact with agricultural vendors that include the New York State Hop Guild, New York Craft Malt, Masterson’s Garden Center, and many more.
Presale tickets for Full Circle Festival are now on sale for $45 via EventBrite. More information on the event can be found at 42northbrewing.com. The event runs from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.