Foam Fest craft brewski fundraiser for Disabled Sports USA Far West |

Foam Fest craft brewski fundraiser for Disabled Sports USA Far West

The Foam Fest is one of the most highly anticipated festivals in the Tahoe area! Beer enthusiasts can sample more than 40 craft breweries in support of Disabled Sports USA Far West, Aug. 30, 2-6 p.m. at Squaw Valley’s KT Sundeck at the 25th annual event.

Live music will feature Hot Buttered Rum, a San Francisco group playing West Coast Americana, high altitude bluegrass and Indie folk and Miner, a Los Angeles Indie folk rock band.

Enter to win great prizes in Foam Fest’s famous “Hit the Slopes” raffle. Prizes include the CA Snow Gold Pass, season passes, lift tickets, skis, snowboards and winter gear.

Proceeds help get people with disabilities out on the slopes.

Tickets cost for beer tasting is $25 in advance or $30 at the event. Beer tasting ticket holders must be 21 or older.

Non-drinkers, designated drivers and those under 21 years old have a suggested donation of $10.

Kids 12 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. There is no limit to the number of kids per adult; however, admissions are at the discretion of gate management, so please use your good judgment.

All online sales are turned off at midnight Aug. 29. On Aug. 30 tickets will be available at the door only, starting at 1 p.m.

Consider adding a donation to support Disabled Sports USA Far West. All donations are tax deductible.

For more information call 530-581-4161 call

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