Saturday, April 9, 2016
3 Stouts / 3 Brewers / 3 Courses
We like the element of surprise so beyond this you’ll just have to trust us.
If you have been lucky enough to attend any of our past Stoutfest breakfasts, then you already know this will be nothing short of amazing! Your wake-up call will be provided by our bakery, Crust Bakeshop, and Armeno Coffee Roasters while Chef Damian Evangelous puts the final touches on your meal. The three stouts offered during the breakfast will ONLY be offered to guests at the breakfast.
As if imbibing 3 world class stouts with breakfast wasn’t enough, once the breakfast concludes, each guest is not only guaranteed a seat for the Stoutfest tapout when doors open to the public at noon, but will also have access to first pour of all 22 world-class stouts!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
How can I purchase tickets?
Tickets will be available on a first come basis via Eventbrite ONLY. We will not be taking any names or reserving any seats here at Armsby Abbey. In past years we have crashed our phone line, lost our call-waiting and been reprimanded by Charter Communications for the extreme call traffic and subsequent issues.
When do tickets go on sale?
Saturday, March 26th at 10AM via Eventbrite ONLY.
Is there a limit per purchase on tickets?
Yes; 2 tickets per person.
How much will each ticket cost?
$120 per person inclusive of all food, beverages, tax and gratuities. The only additional fee will be the ticket processing fee of $7.59 per ticket.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to this event?
Yes. All guests will need to check in upon arrival.
Is there an age requirement for this event?
As required by the City of Worcester and the Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverage Commission, all guests will be required to show proof of identification upon check-in. No guests under the age of 21 years will be allowed entry.
Do I need to bring proof of identification?
Yes. All guests will need to verify their identity and age upon registration. A valid state driver’s license or passport will be required. No exceptions.
If I need to cancel for any reason are these tickets refundable?
No. Tickets are non-refundable. If anyone should need to cancel a waiting list will be in effect once we hit capacity and we can refer you to the next available person to transfer your ticket to independently.
Will you be making menu accommodations for vegetarians, vegans, lactose intolerance, gluten allergies, celiac disease, etc?
No. This event is for Omnivores only. The menu stands as is; each menu item will be prepared with beer. There will be no exemptions or modifications made. We apologize in advance if this offends anyone.
How will seating be determined? Can I request to be sat with my friends?
Seating will be determined in advance in no specific order and be communal as always throughout the room. If you have a specific seating request (eg. to be seated with friends, prefer a table or the bar), we will do our best to accommodate your request, but please know there are no guarantees. Preference will be given to those with a disability or condition which requires highback/bench seating. You can send your request to email@example.com and we will respond to let you know if your requested needs can be met.
How many guests will be in attendance at this event?
We are capping ticket sales at 90 adults to leave plenty of room for our special guests.
Is bottle swapping allowed?
No alcoholic beverages of any kind are allowed to be brought into Armsby Abbey. All larger bags or backpacks will be searched. If you are thinking about a bottle swap, please do it prior to entrance and plan on leaving them in your car. Any and all beverages, alcoholic or not, will be confiscated upon entrance to Armsby Abbey with the exception of coffee from our adjacent bakery, Crust.
Where should I park?
There is ample parking on street at the meters (you do not have to pay on the weekends) or within the 146 Armsby lot which can be utilized by our customers on weekends and after 6PM daily; this lot is adjacent to Elwood Adams Hardware with a small guard shack upon its entrance. Please be courteous and use common sense when parking in any area of downtown Worcester. Lock your doors and never leave valuables within eyesight.