When is the next KLCC Brewfest?
How much does it cost?
Can I bring my child to the event?
Where do the proceeds go?
Why do some of the beers run out?
What are the Homebrew Competition details?
What is involved in VOLUNTEERING?
What else is there to do besides sample beer?
Can I buy tickets in advance?
Where and when can I drop off records and CDs for the Music Sale?
Is the event ADA accessible?
How can I find the beer or brewery I want?
Is there food at the event? Can I bring my own?
Is smoking allowed?
Is there any wine or hard alcohol available at the event?
Are there any gluten free beers?
What are the People's Choice & Sponsor's Choice Awards?
When do beer ticket sales cease and taps close?
What if I need a ride home?
What is the proper ID to get in?
Is my ticket good for the whole festival?
May I come and go from the Festival?
Can I ride the bus to the Festival?
Are there tables and chairs? Coat check?
How do the beer tickets and tastings work?
What if I break my glass?
What about Designated Drivers?
Where is the Music Sale and what are the prices?
Where is the Festival located and is there parking?
What is the entertainment schedule?
What is the Collaboration Brew?
Q: How do I reach the Brewfest organizers?
A: Contact us before the Brewfest at 541-463-6000 or email@example.com
Q: When is the next KLCC Brewfest?
A: February 7 & 8, 2020!
Q: How much does it cost?
A: ADVANCE TICKET SALES ON SALE AT KLCC.ORG MID-DECEMBER THROUGH FEB 6 AT 9 PM.
Q: Can I bring my child to the event?
A: Sorry but no, our temporary liquor license does not allow for underage guests. Everyone who enters the door must be at least 21 years old. No minors, including children or babies.
Q: Where do the proceeds go?
A: All proceeds benefit public radio station KLCC 89.7 FM. This event is KLCC's largest fundraising event of the year.
Q: Why do some of the beers run out?
A: Our Brewfest emphasizes specialty and seasonal brews, and sometimes the breweries only have one keg of a brew available. This means the variety is wonderful, but some brews may not last throughout the weekend, especially if it becomes the "talked about" brew that draws a large crowd. The good news is there are lots of other brews to try. The Brewfest usually offers about 200+ different brews!
Q: What are the Homebrew Competition details?
Yes, there will be a Homebrew Competition before the KLCC Brewfest!
Q: What is involved in VOLUNTEERING?
VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION FOR THE NEXT BREWFEST BEGINS MID-DECEMBER. Stay tuned!
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Q: What else is there to do besides sample beer?
A: Besides tasting 200 flavors of beer, there is live music or a DJ each night, a Music Sale featuring thousands of used records and CDs, brewery merchandise for sale, and beer related information. There is also the wildly popular Photo Booth! Brew Pics are taken from 7-10:30 pm. Take a strip home, and visit KLCC's Facebook page after the Fest to view them all.
Q: Can I buy tickets in advance?
A: Advance Tickets sold exclusively online at klcc.org
Q: Where and when can I drop off records and CDs for the Music Sale?
A: Drop off your records and CDs at KLCC, 136 W 8th Ave, Eugene any weekday, 10 am-4 pm, through 2/5/20. There are metered parking spots in front of our building. Be sure to get a donation receipt at the front counter.
Q: Is the event ADA accessible?
A: Yes, the event is ADA accessible.
Q: How can I find the beer or brewery I want?
A: There is an Event Guide listing all the Breweries and Brews at the Festival. Pick one up at admissions or at a beer ticket booth. Booths are listed by name and booth number. Beers are also listed by beer style. The booths are identified by brewery banners, with booth numbers located on the yellow beer description signs at each booth.
Q: Is there food at the event? Can I bring my own?
Yes there is food for sale at the KLCC Brewfest. All food is provided by Oakway Catering. 2020 Menus will be posted in January.
Q: Is smoking allowed?
A: Smoking and vaping are only allowed outside, 75 feet from the building. Make sure your hand is stamped before you walk outside, and please return through the Re-Entry Doors, not the Main Entrance.
Q: Is there any wine or hard alcohol available at the event?
A: Nope. This is essentially a beer event, though we now offer many ciders as well. Soft drinks and coffee are available at concessions, but the alcohol at this event is mainly BEER... and some cider!
Q: Are there any gluten free beers?
A: There is usually a gluten free option at the Brewfest. Gluten free brews are marked with a GF symbol in the Event Guide.
Q: What are the People's Choice & Sponsor's Choice Awards?
A: Brewfest attendees are encouraged to vote for the People's Choice favorite brew at the Fest. This year votes will again be counted by a Text To Vote system. Look for Text to Vote instructions at the Brewfest and be sure to vote!
Q: When do beer ticket sales cease and taps close?
A: We sell beer tickets until 10:45 pm each night and taps close at 10:50 p.m. All tastings must be consumed by 11 p.m. when the event ends.
Q: What if I need a ride home?
A: Please don't drink and drive! Here are some alternatives to driving:
Q: What is the proper ID to get in?
A: No matter what your age, please be prepared to show proper identification in order to gain access to the Brewfest. Valid ID includes an Oregon Identification card, any state driver's license or ID card with photo, a passport, or a United States military identification card with photo. Note that the identification cannot be expired at the time of the Festival.
Q: Is my ticket good for the whole festival?
We sell 1-day and 2-day admissions. You can always buy a ticket at the door. Any beer tickets you purchase are good both days!
Q: May I come and go from the Festival?
Q: Can I ride the bus to the Festival?
A: Buses run throughout the Festival. Visit www.ltd.org to plan your trip or call 541-687-5555.
Q: Are there tables and chairs? Coat check?
A: Yes, there are some tables and chairs with seating for about 150. Occupancy is fluid and there are usually seats for those who want one. Many people choose to wander the room instead.
For your convenience and comfort, we do provide Coat Check for $1 per coat. Take off your coat and stay a while!
Q: How do the beer tickets and tastings work?
A: Beer tickets are used to sample the beers at the Brewfest. You will receive 2 complimentary beer tickets with your admission. Additional beer tickets are sold at the Beer Ticket Booth for $1 each. Most people buy a strip of 10 tickets at once.
Q: What if I break my glass?
A: Come to admissions table and tell a staffer. We will get you another glass. (Glasses cost KLCC about $2 each -- your donation for a second glass would be gratefully accepted!)
Q: What about Designated Drivers?
A: Designated Drivers get in for $10 admission. DD's are given an identifying bracelet, and do not receive a beer glass. Designated Driver tickets are available now and also at the door. DD tickets are the same price in advance or at the door.
Q: Where is the Music Sale and what are the prices?
A: The Music Sale takes place inside the KLCC Brewfest so a ticket is required to get in. You can sample beers and look through records and CDs all at the same time. CD and LP prices start at $3 on Friday and may get reduced as the weekend goes on. Doubles and special collections may be priced higher. All music is sold as is, first come first served. Happy shopping!
Q: Where is the Festival located and is there parking?
A: In the Exhibit Hall at the Lane Events Center, 796 W 13th Ave, in Eugene (a.k.a. The Fairgrounds.) Enter the parking lot from W 13th Ave (a one way street heading east.) There is plenty of parking available. Parking is FREE!
Q: What is the entertainment schedule?
A: 2020 Entertainment
Q: What is the Collaboration Brew?
A: The 2020 Collaboration Brew will be decided by our local brewers in November. Stay tuned!!