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Beer and Oysters on the Sound 2019

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Beer and Oysters on the Sound 2019

Time: September 15, 2019 from 4pm to 7pm
Location: Lighthouse Point Park Carousel
Street: 2 Lighthouse Road
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: https://www.newhavenlandtrust…
Event Type: fundraiser
Organized By: New Haven Land Trust
Latest Activity: yesterday

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The New Haven Land Trust's Beer & Oysters on the Sound celebrates its 5th year and will return to the historic carousel at Lighthouse Point Park overlooking Long Island Sound. This family-friendly event brings together the bounty of the land and sea to celebrate the success of another great season, supporting community building through gardening, urban farming, land conservation, and environmental education in the New Haven area.

Join us again this year to savor oysters and sample a growing selection of beer from local breweries, micro-breweries, and home-brewers, including Black Hog Brewing, Blue Point Brewing, Connecticut Valley Brewing, Firefly Hollow Brewing, Kinsmen Brewing, New England Brewing, No Worries Brewing, Nod Hill Brewery, Stony Creek Brewery, Two Roads Brewing, home-brewers from the collective Brew Haven and more!

The event also features live music from local artists, food trucks from local vendors, and free carousel rides and games for the whole family!

 

Admission:

Tickets on sale now: https://newhavenlandtrust.formstack.com/forms/beer_and_oysters_2019

 

Tickets purchased ahead of time are $35 (up to July 31st) or $40 (from August 1st to September 14th) and include free commemorative pint glasses. At the door, tickets are $40 and guests can purchase a commemorative pint glass for $5 while the limited supply lasts. Ticket plans for groups are available. Purchase 5 tickets together and get one additional ticket free! If you are planning to bring a group of more than 12 people, contact gustavo.requena@newhavenlandtrust.org for special discounts.

For more information, visit:

Event webpage: https://www.newhavenlandtrust.org/BeerOysters2019

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/490923171680016/

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