Six One Pour: The Ohio Craft Beer Fest returns to Huntington Park in the Columbus Arena District on Saturday, May 20th from 5-9 p.m. The festival serves as the culminating event of the 2017 Columbus Craft Beer Week celebration and will count 60 Ohio craft breweries as participants.
Craft beer enthusiasts can look forward to two highly anticipated collaboration beers among the approximately 150 brews offered at the event. DysfunctionAle, a hoppy pale ale collaboration among 20 Central Ohio breweries, was brewed specifically for Columbus Craft Beer Week and Six One Pour. General Sherman, a rye pale ale from Fat Head’s Brewery and MadTree Brewing, will also get its Central Ohio release in conjunction with Columbus Craft Beer Week.
General admission tickets are available in advance for $50, which includes a souvenir glass and tasting tickets for 20 four-ounce samples. VIP tickets are also available for $75 and include early admission at 4 p.m. and access to a private section with complimentary food and beer (while supplies last). Designated driver admission is available for $15 and includes a food voucher and complimentary non-alcoholic beverage.
The event will also feature live music by The Lovebenders, Terry Davidson & Blues Boy Mike, as well as an appearance by the CD102.5 Scene Team. Select concession stands inside Huntington Park will be serving food throughout the event. All tickets include a Reserved Seat voucher for a Columbus Clippers baseball game that will be honored May 23rd through May 29th.
Six One Pour: The Ohio Craft Beer Fest is a fundraiser for the Ohio Craft Brewers Association.