You've got some questions, we've got the answers.  Here's everything you need to know about the Leinenkugel Brews & BBQ next Saturday

Where to Park
We have parking right on site- it's in a field!  There is an area for cars and separate area for motorcycles. Now, parking in fields can be a bit tricky so please follow the parking attendant's instruction. If you're less worried about actual parking and more worried about how the heck to even get there, you can read the directions here.

What to Wear
Its that time of year when you could wear the last of your summer clothes or break out the fall attire. Either way, the nights are getting a bit cooler so bring some long sleeves with you just in case, even if you have to leave it in the car.  If you are prone to mosquito bites or worried about ticks, make sure to take proper precautions, we we'll be surrounded by woods and vineyards.

What to Bring (and not bring)
For this particular event, we cannot allow coolers or any outside food and drink. Please bring cash if you intend on buying any beverages or merchandise from the event vendors- not everyone accepts credit cards.  Even though we're out on the farm, we ask that dogs do not attend this event. We'll have a tent with tables and chairs set up but if you want to bring your own camper chairs and blankets, you can do that, too!

Lastly, don't forget your tickets! Tickets are available online through Thursday, September 22nd. Very few food-included tickets will be sold at the gate. Tickets purchased in advance Southern styled pulled pork AND pulled chicken, baked beans, potato salad and your choice of cornbread or a potato roll (as shown below).

What To Do Inside
hang out, of course!  You can take your food voucher over to the BBQ tent at any time. If you need to play some corn hole and work up an appetite, go for it.

Becky's Real BBQ Pork

If you want to make your way over to the Leinenkugel draught truck first, you can do that, too as long as you've been carded and given a drinking bracelets.  Beers are $3 for Miller, $4 for Leinys and $5 for Henry's.

But if wine is more of your jam (get it? that's a grape joke) then you can grab a glass of Estate grown wine or sangria from Running Brook Vineyards. If you really like wine, you can buy a bottle to take home with you.

Shop around with the Old Firehouse Smoke Shop or the Stop Chic Boutique truck- whatever you want to do.  If you were one of the lucky few given a VIP Ticket, you can find a seat in the BOSS HOG tent and have fun!

Get your beer belly entered into our Yeti Tundra 45 cooler contest, enter to win some great Leinenkugel swag, Sing along with the bands Thirty 6 Red and Whitney Doucet, meet up with old friends and just have a plain ol' good time. The winter is just around the corner and these are the final days of summer.