6 Reasons to Volunteer at Connecticut on Tap Beer Festival
Over 100 beers from some of the country's best craft breweries will be on hand at the Ives Concert Park in Danbury for the event. As a volunteer, you'll get into Connecticut on Tap free of charge, assist in pouring, and educate attendees on the brews they're sampling.
Volunteers don't have to pay the $35 admission fee to attend the Connecticut on Tap Craft Beer Festival.
The festival will feature over 100 releases from some of America's best craft breweries, and volunteers will be right in the center of it all!
Crush is one of the premier cover bands in our area, and they'll take the stage at the Ives Concert Park by storm, rocking all of the classics throughout the festival.
The i95 staff will be on hand at Connecticut on Tap. Hang out with your favorite radio personalities over a craft brew.
All those IPA-loving beer snobs in your life will have nothing on you. By hanging out with the country's best brew masters, you'll be able to impress your friends with your fancy microbrew knowledge.
Each volunteer will receive an America on Tap crew neck T-Shirt, a souvenir Bull and Barrel/America on Tap sample glass, and more fun than anyone should have volunteering.