Cheers in Chester - Wine & Beer Festival

Saturday July 22, 2017, Cheers in Chester pours into town!


Morris County's first Craft Beer & Wine Festival taking place in beautiful Historic Chester Borough!

Join us for one 4 hour Session with over 100 styles of craft beer & wine, fantastic music, delicious food & wonderful vendors. Plus it's a Benefit for the Chester First Aid Squad!

Great music provided by the fantastic Mr. LoveJoy!

Continue to check back for an updated list of breweries, wineries & styles. 

Plus Crafthouse Cocktails will be making their New Jersey festival debut!!! Featuring Moscow Mule, Southside, Paloma & the just launched Gold Rush! 

Delicious food offered by Bacon Me Crazy The Bearded One BBQ, The Guac Spot & Cherries On Top Ice Cream.

Morris County's Only Craft Beer & Wine Festival!

Must be 21 & over with Picture ID for entry. Chairs, blankets & pop up tents are welcome. No kids, strollers, pets, outside food or drink, large bags or knapsacks.

SAVE $15 with code TAPINTO on all tickets through our Website - 

TICKETS ON SALE NOW 
www.cheersinchester.com

Contact Information
  1. Allison Thomson
  2. 973-927-2794
  3. Jmkevenst@aol.com
Sat, July 22
3:00 pm — 7:00 pm
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Saturday July 22, 2017, Cheers in Chester pours into town!

Morris County's first Craft Beer & Wine Festival taking place in beautiful Historic Chester Borough!

Join us for one 4 hour Session with over 100 styles of craft beer & wine, fantastic music, delicious food & wonderful vendors. Plus it's a Benefit for the Chester First Aid Squad!

Great music provided by the ...

134 Main Street Chester , NJ 07930

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134 Main Street
Chester , NJ 07930

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