Two Brothers For the Love of Hops 2019 FAQs

Where & When?

Two Brothers For the Love of Hops will be held Saturday, July 27 from 1 to 10:30 p.m. in the Two Brothers Tap House parking lot (30W315 Calumet Ave. W., Warrenville, IL.)

Where can I get tickets and how much are they?

Tickets for Two Brothers For the Love of Hops Festival may be purchased online by clicking here or by visiting a Two Brothers location. Tickets may also be purchased at the event (if available).

Available ticket options include:

  • General Admission: $10 (includes a draft beer or N/A drink if purchased in advance)
  • VIP: $65 (see below for what VIP includes)

*Prices do not include service charges

What does my ticket include?

General Admission tickets gain entry into the festival and 1 Two Brothers draft beer (or N/A beverage) if purchased in advance. GA tickets purchased at the festival will not include a beverage. Additional food and beverage tickets can be purchased once inside the event.

VIP tickets include the following:

  • 5 draft beers (all beer available)
  • Lunch and dinner buffet
  • Snacks throughout the day and dessert
  • Admission into Two Brothers Tap House with A/C and indoor bathrooms
  • Private VIP bar inside Tap House
  • Screened-in viewing area for festival/bands

How do I get there?

Two Brothers For the Love of Hops Festival is located at 30W315 Calumet Ave. W., Warrenville, IL in the northwest corner of the industrial park. Parking will be limited (see parking question below).

Where can I park?

Street parking and certain lots will be open for public parking. Parking will be limited, so please take Taxis/Ubers/Lyfts if possible. Street parking, as well as several local businesses, will have open parking available for guests. All parking is first come, first serve.

Where do I go to get in to the event?

The entrance will be located at the Northeast corner of the brewery by the loading docks. There will be signs from the street pointing to the entrance.

What can I bring to the festival?

Try to bring as little as possible. Outside food and beverages are not allowed within the festival, along with disposable containers, coolers, grills, pets and bikes. Bag/lawn chairs will be allowed in designated areas. Baby food and service animals, are allowed as well. In the case of inclement weather, umbrellas are allowed but may only be used during rain delays.

What if it’s raining?

Two Brothers For the Love of Hops Festival is a rain or shine event. There will be some areas of coverage including tents and a portion of the brewery, but please be prepared. For updates on the event, follow Two Brothers on social media.

Facebook: TwoBrothersBrewing

Twitter: TwoBrothersBeer

Instagram: TwoBrothersBrewingCompany

Are children allowed?

This is an all-ages event. Children 12-and-under will receive free admission with a paid adult. Anyone drinking alcohol must be 21-or-older and be able to present a valid ID.

What bands are playing?

Two Brothers For the Love of Hops Festival features a great music lineup of local bands including:

What alcohol will be available?

Two Brothers For the Love of Hops Festival will feature its biggest beer lineup yet including:

  • Two Brothers year-rounds and seasonals
  • New and exclusive festival beer releases
  • Two Brothers Special Projects beer (rare and archived)
  • Guest beer from local craft breweries
  • Specialty cocktails featuring Two Brothers Artisan Spirits
  • Two Brothers Vodka Sodas

Full list can be found here. 

Will there be non-alcoholic beverages?

Two Brothers For the Love of Hops Festival will offer non-alcoholic options including water, soda, Two Brothers Coffee Roasters cold brew coffee and kid’s Shark Juice.

Will there be food?

Two Brothers For the Love of Hops Festival will offer plenty of festival favorites.

Full menu can be found here. 

What charities does Two Brothers For the Love of Hops Festival benefit?

This years event will benefit the Midwest Shelter for Homeless Veterans, Inc. Midwest Shelter for Homeless Veterans is a local, non-profit out of Wheaton, MSHV provides housing and supportive services to veterans and their families. They will be on-site at this year’s fest to help raise money for their great organization.

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