Ticket Sales Begin for CB Brewing Company’s Autumn Festival

HONEOYE FALLS, N.Y. — Ticket sales have begun for the 16th Annual Autumn Festival of Ales featuring craft beer, live entertainment and a chili cook-off to benefit Mercy Flight. Over 3,000 beer lovers will travel to Honeoye Falls to sample craft beer brewed by CB Brewing Company.

Beers include CB’s year round brands and over 30 custom beers brewed for restaurants and bars throughout WNY. Several food vendors will be on hand as well.

Festival tents will be set-up at the Honeoye Falls Fireman’s Field located at 321 Monroe Street in Honeoye Falls, NY. Local blues and swing band Luca Foresta & The ElectroKings will perform and there will be hand-rolled Dominican Cigars by Santiago Cigar Factory. Festival hours are 1pm-5pm.

Tickets are $30 in advance and $35 the day of the event. The price of admission includes a souvenir sampling glass. Tickets can be purchased through Ticketmaster, at CB Brewing Company and area restaurants. Non-drinking tickets are $7.00. This is rain or shine event.

After the Festival of Ales, dinner will be available at the Pint & Goblet Tavern located inside CB’s tasting room, located at 300 Village Square Blvd., Honeoye Falls, NY. Hours are 4pm-9pm. The tasting room will be open until 9pm.

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