2017 “WHAT’S ON TAP” BEER FESTIVAL

For one day, two great and storied American crafts come together to bring you the inaugural “What’s on Tap” Beer Festival. Over 25 craft brewers will showcase their finest beers on the idyllic, lakeside pinelands of the WheatonsArts and Cultural Center. WheatonArts can trace its roots back to 1888 When Dr. Theodore Wheaton first started his glass empire that would soon expand to 41 factories nationwide and garner a reputation as the center of commercial glass manufacturing in the United States. Just as the craft brewer spends much time and care formulating the perfect beer recipe so too does the master glass blower.

THE DETAILS

Individual tickets just $34.99 and include general admission access, a souvenir festival mug and unlimited beer tastings for 4 hours. Group tickets are available for $29.99 for groups of 10 or more so get your friends and family together and cash in on the savings. A very select number of VIP tickets will be available, details of VIP package can be found on the ticketing page. Don’t miss out and get your tickets now! This event is expected to sell out. See you May 13th at WheatonArts!

Tickets are $34.99 for individuals and $29.99 for parties of 10 or more

THE DETAILS.

Individual tickets just $34.99 and include general admission access, a souvenir festival mug and unlimited beer tastings for 4 hours. Group tickets are available for $29.99 for groups of 10 or more so get your friends and family together and cash in on the savings. A very select number of VIP tickets will be available, details of VIP package can be found on the ticketing page. Don’t miss out and get your tickets now! This event is expected to sell out. See you May 13th at WheatonArts!

Tickets are $34.99 for individuals and $29.99 for parties of 10 or more

MEET GARY MONTEROSSO

Gary Monterosso is an award-winning critic who has written for national and regional publications, appeared nationally, and authored the book, “Artisans Beers.” “What’s on Tap features Monterosso, as well as local and national guests who help deliver a host of information and insight about the world of brewing.

Gary has appeared on local and national television and radio programs discussing craft beers. He also appeared on BBC radio offering an American perspective on the beverage. Monterosso was the three-host of Sirius Satellite Radio network syndicated show about the brewing industry. He is currently featured in the History Channel Show titled The Epic History of Everyday Things. Recently Chilled Magazine selected Monterosso to be a member of the “Chilled 100,” which according to the magazine includes the top 100 beverage personalities in the United States.

MEET GARY MONTEROSSO

Gary Monterosso is an award-winning critic who has written for national and regional publications, appeared nationally, and authored the book, “Artisans Beers.” “What’s on Tap features Monterosso, as well as local and national guests who help deliver a host of information and insight about the world of brewing.

Gary has appeared on local and national television and radio programs discussing craft beers. He also appeared on BBC radio offering an American perspective on the beverage. Monterosso was the three-host of Sirius Satellite Radio network syndicated show about the brewing industry. He is currently featured in the History Channel Show titled The Epic History of Everyday Things. Recently Chilled Magazine selected Monterosso to be a member of the “Chilled 100,” which according to the magazine includes the top 100 beverage personalities in the United States.

WORLD'S BEST CRAFT BEER

Over 25 craft brewers will be pouring over 50 different brews

AMAZING ENTERTAINMENT

Special recording of What’s on Tap TV Show, live music, craft vendors, brewery awards, and games round out the day.

VARIETY OF FOOD VENDORS

Wide variety of food trucks serving up some of your beer festival favorites.

PEOPLE WHO LOVE BEER

Need we say more?

MEET TARA NURIN

In addition to co-hosting What’s on Tap, former TV reporter, beer judge and Certified Beer Server Tara Nurin is the beer and spirits contributor to Forbes.com, the Libations columnist for NJ Monthly magazine and a freelancer for publications like USA Today. She has won numerous state-wide journalism awards and was voted Philly Beer School’s inaugural Epikur Writer of the Year. Aside from her work as a sought-after beer educator, she founded Beer for Babes, New Jersey’s original beer appreciation group for women, and volunteers as historian for the international Pink Boots Society, dedicated to advancing women in the beer industry. Tara lives on the Camden waterfront and currently favors sweet stouts brewed with cacao and hot peppers.

MEET TARA NURIN

In addition to co-hosting What’s on Tap, former TV reporter, beer judge and Certified Beer Server Tara Nurin is the beer and spirits contributor to Forbes.com, the Libations columnist for NJ Monthly magazine and a freelancer for publications like USA Today. She has won numerous state-wide journalism awards and was voted Philly Beer School’s inaugural Epikur Writer of the Year. Aside from her work as a sought-after beer educator, she founded Beer for Babes, New Jersey’s original beer appreciation group for women, and volunteers as historian for the international Pink Boots Society, dedicated to advancing women in the beer industry. Tara lives on the Camden waterfront and currently favors sweet stouts brewed with cacao and hot peppers.

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