On March 30, 2016

Hops on the Snow beer festival offers local brews and spring skiing

Saturday, April 2 at 11 a.m. — LUDLOW — Okemo Mountain Resort brings back Hops on the Snow on Saturday, April 2 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. This one-day beer festival, located in the Jackson Gore Courtyard, will feature new seasonal beers and cider. Enjoy spring conditions on the mountain in the morning, then quench your thirst by sampling some brews in the afternoon. They’ll be firing up the barbecue for the occasion and offering food. Don’t forget the sunscreen!

Beer tasting admission is $20,and includes a souvenir (6oz.) glass and four samples. Additional sample tickets are $4. Sample brews from Goodwater Brewery, Magic Hat Brewing Co., The Shed Brewing Co., Otter Creek Brewing Co., Sebago Brewing Co., Allagash Brewing Co., Baxter Brewing Co., Lord Hobo Brewing Co., Two Roads Brewing Co., Brown’s Brewing Co., Coney Island Brewing Co., and Woodchuck Cider.

Hops on the Snow is open to the public. Guests must be 21 years old (with valid ID) to participate. For more info, visit okemo.com.

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