It's back!

According to a Facebook post made by Baxter Outdoors, Baxter Brewing Company and Lost Valley Ski Resort have teamed up once again to bring you the Backyard Beer Fest. This is the second pop-up event but, the first one in almost 2 full years off due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The Backyard Beer Fest brings people and brews together, offering craft brews and ciders made from more than 15 local crafters.  The event will take place at Lost Valley Ski Resort in Auburn on Saturday, November 6th -  immediately following the Lost Valley 5k Relay Trail Race.

Admission to the event will grant attendees a four-hour session where they can get unlimited 4-ounce drinks from a wide variety of breweries. Live entertainment will be on-site as well as an array of food choices for an additional charge.

For a complete list of breweries check out the Backyard Beer Fest event on Facebook, as the full list will be released in September.

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