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BrewHaHa on Tap for Oct. 6

September 28, 2018

From left to right, Mitch Stevens, Bern Lovato, Adrianne Lovato, and Kyser Baessler drink beer during the first Brewhaha in 2016.

If you go

What: BrewHaHa

When: noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 6

Where: Arista Park on Arista Place

Cost: Free to attend. Beer tickets $5 each.

More info: Visit broomfield.org/2454/BrewHaHa

 

Broomfield beers will be on tap at the 3rd Annual Broomfield BrewHaha Oct. 6.

From noon to 5 p.m., festival-goers can enjoy live bands, food trucks, yard games and a varietyof brews at Arista Park.

This year’s band are two Denver bands, Something Underground from and Chase N The Dream. Something Underground says their music is inspired by “everyone from The Beatles to Bruno Mars,” and Chase N the Dream plays Motown, disco, rock, Swing, Top 40, Latin, country and reggae.

“We have all that lined up,” Community Events Coordinator Kay Gazaway said, “and we’ll have a free yoga class.”

The class, which will be hosted by Broomfield Recreation department, will be held at 10:30 a.m. that day at 8181 Arista Place.

Brick and mortar stores along Arista Place will also be involved with booths, coupons and give-aways.

People also will have a chance to enjoy yard games such as corn hole, ladder ball, giant Jenga and giant checkers.

Broomfield FISH, Fellowship In Serving Humanity, will be hosting a food drive at the event.

Gazaway said the recreation department is working on including an artist fair, which will invite local artists to set up tents and sell artwork.

“We’re having a muralist come and have a community mural for people to paint on,” she said. “She’ll have the outline created and people will be able to help paint the mural.”

Organizers are still finalizing details, but the artist’s name is Katie Vuletich.

“We wanted a mural that we could show off the completed project at the library.”

Gazaway and Cheryl German are taking applications for the artist fair. For an application email cgerman@broomfield.org or kgazaway@broomfield.org for applications.

The Arista community really values philanthropy, Gazaway said, so organizers also hope to highlight local nonprofits so people can learn where to donate their donate time and money.

Entry to the event is free. Different colored wristbands will be given to those over and under 21.

ATMs will be available at the event. Beer tickets are cash only.

Four Noses Brewing Co., Wonderland Brewing Co., Gordon Biersch Brewing Company and Frolic Brewing Company will provide the beverages. Last year each brewery brought two or three different flavors, Gazaway said.

Each ticket is $5 and buys a glass of beer.

Food trucks include Fajita Junction, Dog Haus, Nicky’s Quickie Greek Gyros, along with a barbecue truck and Kona Ice.

Jennifer Rios: 303-473-1361, riosj@broomfieldenterprise.com or Twitter.com/Jennifer_Rios

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