Tropicana Atalntic City’s Beer & Whiskey Festival

Atlantic City: Tropicana Atlantic City’s Beer & Whiskey Festival is happening at Tropicana Casino and Resort

Demetrios from Tropicana Casino and Resort said on October 15 2016 from 02:00 pm to 08:00 pm

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ — Tropicana Atlantic City will hold its first annual Beer and Whiskey Festival in the Grand Exhibition Center on Saturday, October 15, 2016 from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. While sampling a wide selection of beer and whiskey, guests will enjoy artisan crafters and live entertainment featuring John Eddie and His Dirty Ol’ Band.

John Eddie and His Dirty Ol’ Band will not disappoint guests as he performs a set list of popular songs, including “I’m Gonna Drink You Pretty,” “Jungle Boy,” and “LowLife (Living The Highlife)”, a song written by John Eddie and recorded by Kid Rock on his multi platinum “Rock And Roll Jesus” Album. The band will take the stage from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Tropicana’s Beer and Whiskey Festival will showcase over 80 beers including, craft, domestic and imported, in bottle and drafts, 30 whiskeys. Food, including pretzels, will be for sale. Tickets for the event will include tasting glass, and beer and whiskey seminars.

Tickets for the Beer & Whiskey Festival are $30 in advance and $35 at the door. Tickets can be purchased in advance at the Tropicana Box Office and through Ticketmaster at or 1.800.745.3000. Tickets can also be purchased the day of the event in the Grand Exhibition Center. All guests must be at least 21, and must have identification.

Atlantic City’s most spirited event is coming to Tropicana on Saturday, October 15, 2016, when beer buffs, whiskey enthusiasts and other kindred spirits will pour into the Grand Exhibition Center for the Beer & Whiskey Festival. Also on hand will be the most knowledgeable mixologists, distillers, brand ambassadors and industry personalities to help guide, inform, and entertain you. The festival runs from 2PM to 8PM. Here’s what you can expect.
80 Unique Beers
Be ready to find a new favorite. Both the casual and extreme beer fan can sample 80 micro and craft brews including more than 60 varieties brewed right here in New Jersey. Highlights include Funnel Cake and What the Butler Saw from Forgotten Boardwalk Brewing, Holly Beach Pumpkin Ale and Angelsea Irish Red from Tuckahoe Brewing Company, as well as the Oktoberfest and Harvest Patch Shandy brews from Leinenkugel Brewing Company.
As a special treat, festival-goers can get a taste of a special Peppered Bacon and Maple Ale created specifically for the event by Spellbound Brewing of Mount Holly, New Jersey.
30 Flavorful Whiskeys
Everyone from armchair whiskey aficionados to those who don’t know jack about Jack will enjoy the opportunity to sip and savor a collection of the finest whiskeys, bourbons and ryes. The pour list includes George Dickel, Amador, Michter’s, James F C Hyde, Beamball and Doubleday Bourbons, Wild Turkey, Rare Breed, Russel Reserve, Glenfiddich 14 Bourbon Barrel Reserve, Makers 46, Knob Creek Rye, Jameson Black Barrel, Elijah Craig Small Batch Bourbon, Evan Williams Single Barrel, Henry McKenna Single Barrel, Single Malt 1803 Irish Whiskey and more. Best friends of Jack will enjoy classic Jack Daniels, Jack Daniels, Jack Honey, Jack Fire and Jack Single Barrel varieties.
John Eddie and His Dirty Ol’ Band
Virginia born, New Jersey raised, Nashville based John Eddie is a singer/songwriter/semi-professional drinker who fronts The Dirty Ol’ Band. Ask John to describe the band’s music and he’ll tell you it’s their own brand of deep fried, gas guzzling, heart breaking, liver killing rock n’ roll smothered in twang. This music will give you a great reason to raise your glasses, cups or bottles. Catch live performances from 5:30PM to 8PM. Between sets, Tropicana keeps the energy high with a talented DJ.
Amazing Food
The undisputed star of the event is the amazing array of spirits being poured. But the unfortunate truth is that man (and woman) cannot live by beer and whiskey alone. Be sure to visit the festival food carts to have your fill before you go sampling, or take a break to soak up all that liquid goodness.
Arts, Crafts and Souvenirs
In addition to the festival’s broad selection of quality beverages to taste and purchase, attendees will enjoy shopping opportunities from local, regional and national vendors.
Have You Gotten Your Tickets Yet?
Buy them for $30 in advance, or pay $35 at the door.
Why Not Stay the Night?
To keep you in good spirits and keep the good spirits in you, Tropicana will offer a special hotel package that includes two tickets to the Beer & Whiskey Festival and an overnight stay on Saturday, October 15, 2016, all for just $379.00. .

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