Lula Lake Land Trust Announces the Return Of Hike Bike Brew Beer Festival

Friday, January 17, 2020

Lula Lake Land Trust announced Friday the return of Hike Bike Brew, their beer festival where brews meet the outdoors. The Lula Lake signature event will be held on Saturday, April 11, from 4-8 p.m.

This is the fifth annual beer festival event to raise funds and awareness for LLLT’s conservation efforts. Attendees can expect a unique experience with the addition of camping options available for the first time ever.

Hike Bike Brew takes place at the LLLT Core Preserve on Lookout Mountain. Each ticket is an adventure waiting to happen, said officials. Attendees can hike or bike (or both) to beer stations along LLLT’s scenic trails where you’ll see the famous Lula Lake and Lula Falls.

This event offers beer from 12 breweries, including the following: Chattanooga Brewing Company, Wanderlinger Brewing Company, Naked River Brewing Company, Five Wits Brewing Company, Back Forty Beer Company, Big River Grille & Brewing Works, OddStory Brewing Company, Phantom Horse Brewing Company, Hutton & Smith Brewing Company, Dalton Brewing Company, BREWSKI by The Double-Cola Company, and Bell’s Brewery.

Mojo Burrito, Frothy Monkey, Lupi’s Pizza Pies, Tremont Tavern, Pie Slingers, Clumpies Ice Cream Company, and Jack Brown’s Beer & Burger Joint will be set up in the meadow for the after-party with live music.

“Hike Bike Brew is Lula Lake’s largest fundraiser,” said Matthew Hubbard, director of Development for LLLT. “We are excited to make our 2020 festival better than ever before with a new camping option.”

These limited Camper Ticket Add-Ons are available for an additional $25 per ticketholder. Campers will be allowed to set up their campsite in the meadow following the conclusion of the event at 8 p.m. and must provide their own camping equipment.

LLLT Corporate Partner Elley based in Marietta is providing eco-friendly, one-of-a-kind pint cups for the 2020 festival. Early Bird Drinker Tickets are available now through the end of January for $60. These tickets include beer, souvenir cup, food tent, live music, and access to 8+ miles of trails. These drinker tickets will be $65 starting Feb. 1. Non-drinker tickets are $30 per person and includes food tent access.

Ticket purchasing and more information can be found online at www.LulaLake.org/Events. The 2020 Hike Bike Brew: Lula Lake Beer Festival is proudly presented by Elley, Southeastern Salvage, Audi Chattanooga, Village Volkswagen of Chattanooga, First Horizon Bank, and Southern Honda Powersports.

 


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