Brew Woo to Return to DCU Center in Fall with Harvest Fest

Brew Woo to Return to DCU Center in Fall with Harvest Fest

WORCESTER – Following nine consecutive successful Spring-time festivals at the DCU Center, Brew Woo — Worcester’s original craft beer festival — will return again with a fall festival in October.

The second annual Brew Woo Harvest Fest will take place on Saturday, Oct. 26 with a focus on featuring seasonal beers. 

    

 

A full list of vendors has not been released yet, but the event promises to have more than 70 breweries. In April, Brew Woo featured more than 85 breweries and vendors

Here’s the breweries that are currently lined up so far:

  • Wormtown
  • Sierra Nevada
  • Wicked Weed
  • Golden Road
  • Goose Island
  • NOCA
  • High Limb
  • Sweet Water
  • Newport Craft
  • Naturdays/Natty Seltzers

The festival will also feature live music and food trucks.

For more information and to stay up-to-date on added breweries and vendors, click here.

 

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