You can join “The Fiesta” happening in the middle of a giant cornfield in Indiana. It’s the 6th annual “Corn Maze Beer Fest,” Saturday, October 7th, 2023. It certainly sounds like an a-maze-ing time! (Sorry, I just had to do it).
Beer Lovers From All Over The U.S. Will Party In A Cornfield
By all means, if you love beer and craft brews, then this is the perfect event for you. Sure, you’ll have to travel a bit, but it sounds like a lot of fun. Basically, the 450 North Brewing Company of Columbus, Indiana hosts this annual beer fest in the middle of an 11-acre corn maze.
This year’s theme is “Fiesta,” and according to general manager Lauren Simmons Solomon, VIP tickets are almost gone. You can still purchase general admission tickets by clicking here.
On the whole, organizers expect 100 breweries from 30 states around the nation to participate this year. With this in mind, it is good to know that Beer Zombies will be representing Nevada and Las Vegas at the “Corn Maze Beer Fest.” There will also be a brewery from Greece traveling to the event this year!
Here’s What’s Happening At The “Corn Maze Beer Fest” This Year
The gates will open at 11 a.m. Eastern Time, and those holding VIP tickets will have access to the maze from 12:30 p.m. – 6 p.m. On the other hand, if you are holding a general admission ticket, you’ll have access to the 11-acre maze from 2 p.m. – 6 p.m. Incidentally, tickets will not be available for purchase the day of the event. You must purchase them in advance.
Of course, there will be music and live entertainment throughout the day. Additionally, they’re planning on having local dancers and a mariachi band performing to add to the “fiesta” theme. 450 North Brewing Company will also feature a Mexican lager, a Mexican chocolate stout, and sour fruity “Slushy’s” created with a variety of popular Mexican fruits.
Basically, the 100 breweries will be scattered throughout the 11-acre corn maze. Thereafter, you travel through the maze and enjoy unlimited free beer samples from whichever breweries you stumble across. Furthermore, lots of local food trucks will be set up outside the corn maze so you can munch out.
Get all the details about this year’s “Corn Maze Beer Fest” by clicking here. Cheers!