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High Country Beer Fest participants are invited to book rooms at the Quality Inn & Suites and Country Inn & Suites!
High Country Beer Fest participants can call and get discounted rates when booking a room.
Hotels are located next to each other.
Shuttles for hotel guests will run to and from both hotels and Beer Fest.
Parking and Safety
Free parking: Ample parking is available at the High Country Fairgrounds. Please be respectful of the parking attendants and other cars. Drink too much? You CAN leave your car overnight if you have too much to drink and need to get a ride home.
Parking Information: The parking situation will be the same as the last few years, if you are using Uber, taxi, or being dropped of by a friend there will be a drop off turn out at the front of the field, it will be marked with a sign and there will be a staff member present. If you are needing to park in general parking, follow along the traffic pattern until you have been parked by the staff member in charge.
Please be attentive, respectful, and patient to everyone and everything around you coming in and out of the festival. Please drive SLOW.
Free shuttle service: Pick-up locations are at the Raley lot on ASU’s campus and at participating hotel, Quality Inn and Country Inn and Suites (for hotel guests only). Shuttles start at 1:30pm and will run back and forth to pick up locations throughout the day.
Free taxi service: If you need to leave your car overnight and don’t have a DD lined up, we have taxi service available to bring you home for free within city limits.
MUST BE 21 OR OLDER: Attendees, volunteers, & designated drivers must be at least 21 years old. We check identification. Yes, we can tell the difference between real and fake IDs.
Festival bracelets required: Bracelets must be worn at all times and indicate your ID has been checked and to differentiate VIP from General Admission, and DD ticket holders.
Bags, backpacks, & babies: We do check bags. No drugs, pets, weapons, or outside food or drinks. Please no children, this isn’t a good environment for them. Book a babysitter here.
Free tasting glass: Each guest gets a free tasting glass with that year’s unique design. No other glasses or cups may be used to taste beer at the festival.
Food prices: Prices vary from $2-12 each.
Pretzel necklaces: Available for sale, with proceeds benefiting specific charities.
Water: Water bottles are available for sale by local charities. 5-gallon water jugs will be at various stations throughout the festival for hydration and rinsing glasses.
Food-pairing seminars: These seminars are free for all guests, Limited seating on a first-come, first-served basis.
T-shirts and hats. Official High Country Beer Fest T-Shirts and Hats are available for sale at the fest. Some breweries may also have swag to sell from their tents.
Women’s and Men’s sizes (comfortable cotton, all sizes)
Designed by local artists
Different art design options
2 to 4 different color options
Locally made by M-Prints
Professional photographer will be taking photographs on behalf of High Country Beer Fest
Your participation in this event means you may be included in photos used for promotional efforts
Be sure to let the front staff know if you would not like to be included in any pictures
VIP Tickets: $80 before and $100 at the gate.
General Admission Tickets: $40 before and $50 at the gate.
Cash only for ticket purchases at the gate.
Ticket Troubles: Please contact the ticketing company directly if you have any trouble with your tickets. (Link coming soon)
Plenty of Port-a-Potties.
Bathrooms will not have air conditioning. Yes, we have been asked this question.
We will have handicapped-accessible bathrooms.