Get ready for local produced adult beverages! The St. Lucie, Indian River and Martin County Tourism Offices and its partners are proud to present the 4th Annual Treasure Coast Wine & Ale Trail Festival on Saturday, November 19, 2022, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Summer Crush Vineyard & Winery located at 4200 Johnston Road in Fort Pierce, FL. Locals and visitors will enjoy locally made craft beer, cider, wine, and mead, all crafted right here on the Treasure Coast.
Good times, good food and great music will be flowing with Spred the Dub headlining the festival, bringing their “Feel Good Reggae” to the Treasure Coast. New this year, the Treasure Coast Tourism offices held a virtual Battle of the Bands where the public nominated and voted for a local Treasure Coast band to win $500 cash and open the festival. After weeks of voting, Rezen 8, a Port St. Lucie-based, high-energy band won the “battle” and will open for Spred the Dub.
Tickets for the event are $30 in advance or $35 at the door which provides each attendee with one tasting glass and unlimited tastings available from the Treasure Coast Wine & Ale Trail members, including Side Door Brewing, Hop Life Brewing, Sailfish Brewing, Islamorada Brewing, Pareidolia Brewing, Mash Monkeys Brewing, American Icon Brewery, Walking Tree Brewery, Hani Honey Company, Ocean Republic Brewing, Pierced Ciderworks, and Summer Crush Winery.
Tickets are also available without the unlimited tasting option for only $10. Kids 12 years and under receive free admission. Food trucks, a pavilion bar, craft vendors and other activities will be available to all attendees.
Festival goers that book a one night stay with a festival partner hotel will receive 2 (two) FREE tickets to the event. For a list of hotels and rates, visit www.tcwineandaletrail.com/festival
About the Treasure Wine & Ale Trail:
The trail, which was launched in March 2017, is an organized and collaborative partnership between the tourism marketing offices of St. Lucie, Indian River and Martin County as well as the local breweries, the winery and the cidery to attract more visitors to the area. The creation of the trail has allowed the Treasure Coast tourism agencies to join the likes of larger Florida destinations that actively market their brew and/or ale trails. More information about the trail can be found at www.tcwineandaletrail.com.