Fall Fermentation Festival at Common Roots

Common Roots Fall Fermentation Festival

From last year's festival. / photo via Common Roots

Common Roots Brewing has a Fall Fermentation Festival coming up September 15 at its South Glens Falls brewery that will feature breweries from around the Northeast and products made via wild fermentation. Blurbage:

This beer festival is centered around all things spontaneous and fermented, including alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and foods. It surrounds the fall release of Rooted: Our respectful interpretation of a spontaneously fermented Wild Ale, inoculated in our coolship and aged in oak barrels.
Common Roots Brewing Company is enthusiastic about exploring and experimenting with this traditional style of brewing and committed to bringing only the best beer from around the country to help us celebrate.
Festival guests have the opportunity to sample unique mixed fermented beers and we hope you will join us to share in the celebration of fermentation!

The list of participating breweries and beverage producers (so far) is below. There will also be food from the City Beer Hall.

General admission tickets are $65, and there's a designated driver tickets for $35.

Adirondack Brewery
Brown's Brewing Company
Burley Oak Brewing Company
Destination Unknown Beer Company
Graft Cidery
Indian Ladder Farms Cidery and Brewery
Kings County Brewers Collective
Kent Falls Brewing Company
Plan Bee Farm Brewery
Prohibition Pig Brewery
Rare Form Brewing Company
Singlecut Beersmiths
The Peekskill Brewery
The Referend Bier Blendery
Upland Brewing Company
West Kill Brewing
Woodstock Brewing
YesFolk Tonics
Small Town Cultures

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