Beer Samples + Pig Roast + Brewery Vibes = Full Circle Fest

Photo courtesy of 42 North

Full Circle Fest / Photo courtesy of 42 North

We love seeing all of our favorite local breweries in one place – especially if they’re actually AT a brewery.

With the celebration of collaboration and sustainability at the focus, 42 North Brewing and 16 surrounding breweries will be holding a festival on Saturday, May 20th wrapping up American Craft Beer Week 2017 (AKA the perfect way to pregame the Buffalo Pierogi Fest presented by Compeer on May 21)!

Full Circle Fest is a beer festival including a spent-grain raised pig roast (UMMMMM, YES PLEASE), live music & an all around community celebration.

Breweries sampling during FCF 2017 include the following:

  • 42 North Brewing
  • 12 Gates Brewing Company
  • Big Ditch Brewing Company
  • Blackbird Ciderworks
  • Bootleg Bucha
  • Community Beer Works
  • Ellicottville Brewing Company
  • Flying Bison Brewing Company
  • Four Mile Brewing
  • Hamburg Brewing Company
  • Old First Ward Brewing Co.
  • New York Beer Project
  • Pearl Street Brewery
  • Resurgence Brewing Company
  • Rusty Nickel Brewing Company
  • Thin Man Brewery
  • Woodcock Brothers Brewery

Tickets are $30 and include beer tasting from 2 – 6 pm, live music with Tyler Wescott, Sean McNamara & Patrick Johnson, a plate of pig roast & sides, and a souvenir tasting glass! People are encouraged to purchase their tickets ahead of time on FCF2017.eventbrite.com or in the 42 North Taproom, as the number of tickets is limited. Remaining tickets can be purchased at the door on the day of the event for $35.

About Taste NY

This article was created in partnership with Taste NY, an initiative launched by Governor Cuomo in 2013 to promote New York’s food and beverage industries. It is overseen by the Department of Agriculture and Markets and has created opportunities for local producers to showcase their goods at a variety of venues throughout the State and at large public events, such as the Great New York State Fair and the Barclays Tournament at Bethpage State Park.

Over the last three years, the Taste NY initiative has seen steady growth and recognition. The program reported sales of $4.5 million in 2015 and nearly tripled those figures to more than $13.1 million in 2016. Today, New York products sold under Taste NY branding are available in more than 60 locations throughout the State as well as the New York State Office of Trade and Tourism in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

For more information about Taste NY, please visit www.taste.ny.gov. Connect with Taste NY through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.




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