Saturday | October 10, 2020

Northeast Wisconsin Craft Beer Festival


Event Description

The Northeast Wisconsin Craft Beer Festival has been cancelled.


Raise your stein, it's drinking time! With more than 200 beers, 50 breweries and unlimited sampling, you're bound to have fun. Beer enthusiasts will receive a sampling glass and have access to unlimited two-ounce samples of beer. 

Must be 21 to attend, including designated drivers.

  • Share the festivities with #craftbeergb
  • Concessions will be available for purchase
  • General admission is open at 3pm, but FIRST CALL starts at 2pm.
  • Level-Up Beard Company will host their annual beard competition!
  • The Natural Talent is back again playing everyone's favorite beer festival music -- polka!!

FIRST CALL benefits:  

  • Limited tickets available (400)

  • One hour early entry to sample special edition selections before they run out!

  • Commemorative glass stein

Door Opening Times

First Call opens at 2:00 PM / GA gates open at 3:00 PM

Directions & Parking

The Northeast Wisconsin Craft Beer Festival is a beer tasting event that encourages responsible drinking and not mass consumption. Local taxi cab companies will be made aware of the event in advance, and taxi service phone numbers will be listed in the festival guide. 

Limited parking available in the Blue Lot next to Ray Nitschke Field on Armed Forces Drive. Parking is also available at Lambeau Field.

Special Needs

Have a special need visit Plan Your Visit 

Additional Questions?

If you have a ticketing question visit our Ticket Star FAQ section for answers to the more popular questions and we will get back to you.

If you have a venue question visit our Resch Center FAQ section or email us your question and we will get back to you.

2020 Beer List

Coming soon!

Northeast Wisconsin Craft Beer Festival Covid-19 Information

PMI Entertainment Group and the Northeast Wisconsin Craft Beer Festival are committed to the safety of the community when attending our event.

We will continue to adhere to the guidance efforts provided by the CDC, WEDC & Brown County Public Health to continue developing policies and guidelines in an effort to ensure the safety of our vendors, employees and guests.

We reserve the right to alter guidelines and policies as more information continues to become available. On behalf of our staff, thank you for your continued support during this time. We look forward to the event.