Unable to re-enter the facility, the owner of the Canadian American Beer Festival (GABF) accepts that entry is restricted to people over 21 years of age. Proof of age is required for entry. The GABF freezes, extracts and pressurizes all draft beers shipped in Sankey barrels. Most breweries use their faucet service, but if you decide to brew the beers yourself, you must provide all the necessary equipment such as faucets, pipes, CO2, etc.
The GABF provides containers for barrels and ice. All beer participating in the festival must be delivered to the GABF's host distributor for legal and inventory reasons. The beer becomes the property of the host distributor for GABF and cannot be used for any other purpose, such as retail. Coors Light is a light beer with an alcohol content of 4.2% (EE).
It is made in Golden (Colorado), Albany (Georgia), Elkton (Virginia), Fort Worth (Texas), Irwindale (California) and Milwaukee (Wisconsin). It was first produced in 1978 by Coors Brewing Company. The Canadian version of Coors Light has an alcohol content of 4.0% and is made by Molson Coors Canada Inc. in Moncton, New Brunswick; St.
John's, Newfoundland; Longueuil, Quebec; Toronto, Ontario and Chilliwack, British Columbia. The parent company is Molson Coors Beverage Company. Breweries must bring all their items for decoration; they cannot be sent to the Convention Center or along with the festival beers. If you want to donate more bottled beer for volunteers, send an email to Joe Damgaard and send this extra beer along with the festival beers to your delivery point.
If you're not sure what style of beer they like best, but you still want to improve their glassware instead of new pint glasses, give them a four-piece Spiegelau tasting set which comes with an IPA glass, a glass for dark beer and another for American wheat beer. The owner grants permission to the Brewers Association and the sponsors of the event to use any photograph, film, video tape, recording and any other reference or record of the Great American Beer Festival (R) that may represent, record or refer to the owner for any purpose, including commercial, by the Great American Beer Festival, its sponsors, the venue and its licensors. The Brewers Association also promotes and protects American craft beer, American craft brewers and the community of beer enthusiasts. Many beer lovers line up well in advance to attend the festival and there will most likely be a queue at the entrance to the Great American Beer Festival.
Official Great American Beer Festival merchandise will be available in Hall D where you'll find all kinds of souvenirs. All guests at the Great American Beer Festival are expected to drink responsibly and ensure they have a safe and responsible mode of transportation before leaving the facility. The beer has a cold certification label that turns the mountains on the label from white to blue when the temperature of the beer drops to 39°F (4°C). For beer lovers who queue in front of their favorite breweries on a weekly basis, Matt Monahan, co-founder of Other Half Brewing Company recommends a Pelican Dayventure beer cooler.
Cory BonFIGLIO, co-owner of Beer Street in New York City says that one of the best gifts to give right now is a gift card to the recipient's favorite brewery. Are coolers allowed inside during the duration of the Canadian American Beer Festival? Yes! Coolers are allowed inside during this event as long as they meet all safety requirements.