Bloomington Craft Beer Festival does not disappoint! Had an awesome time spreading the homebrew gospel at the Woolery Stone Mill this year. The weather was beautiful, the beer flowed like wine, and the cask tent was firkin close to our booth. CCZ shared a Berliner Weisse, Belgian Dubbel, Sweet Cider, and Dry Cider. Some of my personal favorite flavors (and hopefully available on draft in Indy soon) were Tin Man’s Weld Pear Sour Ale, Taxman’s Apropos Apricot Saison, Daredevil’s Rauchbier, and Grand Junction’s Midnight Espresso Stout. The Woolery Stone Mill has been a truly unique and beautiful venue for one of my favorite beer festivals of the year. We were so happy to be a part of the event.
Spencer Mason dropped by to show off his mole hands. Those cups made everyone’s hands look huge! Fantastic beers from Grand Junction Brewing this festival BTW.
People anxiously awaiting the Early Bird enty.
Thanks again to the Bloomington Hop Jockey’s for helping us setup! They were also kind enough to let us use their jockey box. Everything went smoothly for the most part. The weather was perfect serving temperature. No need for ice at all.
One of the things I like most about this venue.
I really hope they keep this tasting at the Woolery Stone Mill next year. So many great memories from this festival.