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2020 Summit at Colorado Brewers’ Festival details coming soon!

An Elevated Beer Experience

Friday, June 28th

Kick off your Brewers’ Festival weekend with the premier specialty beer event in Northern Colorado! Enjoy unlimited pours of barrel-aged creations, rare and one-night-only beers, and exclusive releases served by the brewers’ themselves. Compare notes with fellow beer connoisseurs while you meet and mingle with head brewers and brewery reps during this intimate, limited-ticket tasting affair.

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Event Details

When: June 28th, 2019 from 7:00pm – 10:00pm

Where: Colorado State University’s Canvas Stadium, 751 W. Pitkin St.

Cost:

  • Tickets for The Summit are $75, and include a commemorative Tasting Glass, unlimited samples of 75+ exclusive and rare beers, complimentary hors d’oeuvres, and opportunities to rub elbows with 30+ head brewers.
  • Tickets for the Main Festival are $50, and include a commemorative 30th Anniversary Tasting Glass, unlimited samples of 100+ Colorado beers, live music, vendors, food offerings, and more.

Why: Experience the premier specialty beer event in Northern Colorado, featuring 60+ beers from 35+ breweries, including rare and small-batch beers served by the Brewers’ themselves.

View This Year's The Summit Beer List

View This Year's Food Menu

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  • Includes a commemorative Tasting Glass
  • Unlimited samples of 75+ exclusive and rare beers
  • Complimentary hors d’oeuvres
  • Opportunities to rub elbows with 30+ head brewers.

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Brian Kittrell

Colorado Brewers’ Festival

 

June 29th

The award-winning Colorado Brewers’ Festival returns to celebrate its 30th anniversary with 100+ beers, 50+ Colorado breweries, live music and entertainment, artisan exhibitors and food options. Enjoy unlimited beer samples and explore CSU’s exclusive new facilities overlooking the scenic backdrop of Fort Collins’ mountain views.

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Canvas Stadium, Fort Collins, CO

FAQs

What is The Summit?

The Summit at Colorado Brewers’ Festival is a Friday evening “elevated” tasting event designed as a kick-off to the festival on Saturday. Enjoy limited-release, rare and specialty beers including barrel-aged creations and summer seasonals, all made right here in Colorado. Compare notes with fellow beer connoisseurs while you meet and mingle with head brewers and brewery reps during this intimate, limited-ticket tasting affair.

What is the appropriate ID to have at entry?

Regardless of your age, be prepared to show proper identification.  Acceptable forms of ID include:

  • Any State, Canadian, Mexican, US Territory or Foreign Driver’s License
  • Military ID
  • Passport or US Passport Card
  • State-Issued ID Card
  • Alien Registration Card
  • Valid Employment Card w/ Photo and DOB issued by the Department of Homeland Security

Note that the identification cannot be expired at the time of event.  Please call or email us in advance of the event if you have questions (contact info below).

Can I bring my pet?

Please leave your pet at home! Animals are not allowed on the festival site except for service animals while performing their qualifying services. If you bring an animal that does not qualify, you will be asked to remove the animal.

How do I get there? Where is parking available?

Whether you bike, take the MAX, or carpool, getting to Canvas Stadium is easy!  

Bikes: Bicycle racks are located across Colorado State University’s campus.  Check out the Main Campus Bicycle Parking Map to find the location most convenient for you.  Remember, bicycles may not be locked to trees, plants, signs, railings, fences, posts, hydrants, or buildings.  

MAX: The MAX Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) travels the Mason St. corridor and drops you just a few hundred feet from the main entry gate.  Learn How to Ride MAX.

Parking Information

Please note that there are multiple parking and transit options at the festival:

  • Free Uncovered Parking – Free uncovered parking is available at:
    • Moby Arena Parking Lot
    • CSU Football Practice Field Parking Lot
    • Lake/Shields Parking Lot near Ram’s Crossing
  • Paid Covered Parking – Paid covered parking is available at the Lake Street Parking Structure
  • Ride Share – If you plan to arrive via ride share, please arrange drop off on Pitkin Street or Lake Street on either side of the stadium. Feel free to direct your driver to the main address of the stadium at 751 Pitkin Street.

Please note overnight parking is not permitted. Hughes Way will not be accessible during the event; therefore, parking is not available in the Library parking lot.