This was not just another beer festival. This one's unique for several reasons. One reason is its setting aboard the Avalon Riverboat. Overlook the beautiful St. Croix River in historic downtown Stillwater on a sunny Saturday afternoon in May while enjoying delicious craft brews. Another reason is its value. Your ticket gets you 4 hours to sample some of the best regional beers poured directly from the brewers themselves. The 2014 event featured Lift Bridge, Summit, Fulton, Big Wood Brewery, Tin Whiskers, Schells Brewery, Brau Brothers, Excelsior Brewing, American Sky Beer, Third Street Brewhouse, Lucid, Rush River, Mankato Brewing, Finnigans, Pitchfork Brewing, Joseph Wolf Brewery, St. Croix Brewing, Lake Monster Brewing, Sociable Cider Werks, Still-H2O and the St. Croix Valley Homebrewers Association. In addition, you'll get a commemorative pilsner glass and a brat. The final reason is its cause. This event is presented by the members of the Stillwater Sunrise Rotary Club and we raised $25,000 at the 2014 event. All the proceeds from the Brewers Bazaar help support our Club's many service projects.
Please join us on May 16th, 2015 for some beautiful scenery, live music by The Thundermen, great cheese from the Bass Lake Cheese Factory, raffle prizes, great conversations and of course plenty of excellent beer.
This is a popular event with limited space. We sell out in advance each year and we expect to do so again in 2015. Tickets are on sale now so order early and don't be standing on the dock while the rest of us are enjoying the beer.
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Stillwater, Minnesota - Chartered on September 19, 1984, the Stillwater Sunrise Rotary Club is the premier service organization for those persons in the Stillwater area who wish to make an impact on the needs of the community, local or international, by exemplifying “Service Above Self” in an atmosphere of fun, friendship and satisfaction.
The mission of the Stillwater Sunrise Rotary Club is to set the standard for service in the St. Croix Valley through leadership and personal commitment. While maintaining strong fellowship, we focus on addressing real community concerns and ensure that projects we undertake have relevance to and impact on our community. We act in unison among friends and with common goals: to improve the quality of life for all. We are also committed to supporting the programs of Rotary International and the Rotary Foundation to achieve world understanding and peace through international humanitarian, educational, and cultural exchange programs.
We meet every Tuesday morning, 7am at Joseph's Family Restaurant.
Visitors are always welcome and we are confident you will be impressed with the meal, the fellowship and the difference our club is making in the community.
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