The Door County Beer Festival is back!
The annual celebration of the brewing craft returns to Baileys Harbor June 19, 2021 at Brann Field. Tickets go on sale April 1.
The open-air tasting brings dozens of craft breweries to the peninsula for tasting, conversation, and fun. Meet the brewers behind many of your favorite beers, chat with other midwestern beer lovers, and enjoy food from local chefs served street-food style on the grounds.
Organizers are confident that this open-air event will be safe for all attendees, but in the event that the festival is unable to be held due to a public health emergency, a rain date of Nov. 13 has been established.
Those who purchased tickets to the 2020 beer festival and opted to have them carried over to the 2021 festival do not have to take any action for the 2021 festival.
With vaccinations occurring at faster pace each week, as of April 1st more than 76 percent of Wisconsin’s most vulnerable population (those over 65) have now received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. More than 31 percent of residents of all ages have received at least one dose of the vaccine. In Door County, 86% of those over 65 have received at least one dose of the vaccine, and 45% of the population in general has.
Vaccinations will open to all adults in Wisconsin on Monday and the number of vaccinated individuals will rise significantly in the month ahead.
The increase in vaccinations, combined with more than a year’s worth of data showing that outdoor, well-ventilated events have not been a significant source of spread of COVID-19, makes us confident that we will be able to stage this event safely in 11 weeks.
If the ground rules change and there is reason to believe the event cannot be staged safely we will re-evaluate.