Craig wrote:Minutes is waaaay longer than tickets lasted. I had multiple people sitting there just hitting refresh and didn't manage to get a ticket.
But then I waited in line and got in when ticketed people were leaving. I just missed out on the Zwanze, but I did get to have like 5 different Cantillon's that night, so it was pretty incredible anyway.
Cass wrote:Last year IIRC the Volo guys kept it pretty close to the chest and didn't announce anything (incl. tickets) until September. I'd expect the same this year.
napoleon wrote:More information is indeed out:
You can buy a tasting ticket for $25 which includes one 4-oz pour of the Zwanze beer and a glass ($15). Tickets will not get you any sort of priority admission. It's just going to be a line with one-in, one-out. They will attempt to make sure that anyone with a ticket gets in to taste it between 3 and 10 PM.
Some thoughts: The Zwanze beer has never been my favorite beer of the event...in fact, I have a hard time committing to $25 just to taste one beer. This takes a lot of the pressure off with getting tickets. But, ugh, lines. It's going to be bad, and this is the kind of event where people linger. So, should be an interesting experiment.
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