If you like your seltzer spiked with a little something extra, then the Seltzerland festival is the place for you.
The hard seltzer festival is coming to Brooklyn in August and bringing more than 30 types of alcoholic seltzers with it.
Festival-goers to taste and compare the range of drinks from the market’s most popular – think White Claw and Mike’s Hard Lemonade Seltzer – down to those made by smaller local producers.
Brunch will be provided by Hormel and there will be other food vendors at the festival.
Originally planned for May 2020, and delayed with the pandemic, the festival will be coming to the Brooklyn Expo Center on August 7 – when summer thirst quenching will still be in high need.
Festival organizer Cannonball Productions CEO and Founder Kate Levenstien told Time Out the day would include activations, brand new seltzer varieties and beautiful golf courses.”
“We created Seltzerland to give hard seltzer fans the opportunity to sample new flavors in the most fun way possible.”
Seltzerland has already hit cities including Chicago, Austin and Minneapolis. For the Brooklyn event, Seltzerland will host three sessions of smaller groups to help with social distancing.
The sessions will run from 11:00am–1:30pm, 2:00pm–5:00pm and 5:30pm-8:00pm. General Admission tickets start at $42 and VIP tickets – which include an extra 30 minutes of tasting, a full-sized can of hard seltzer, a specialty cocktail and a complimentary food dish — start at $62. VIP ticket holders will get.
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