Never too early to start thinking about the Hilton Head Island Seafood, Jazz and Brew Festival.
The main event, Brews on the Harbour, is Sept. 18 at Shelter Cove Harbour. The Hilton Head Area Hospitality Association recently released the schedule for the day. Read on for the details.
Tickets are $20 per person for the general public session and include 10 tasting tokens. Additional tasting tokens can be purchased for $1 per token. Tickets are now available at The Lodge and Growlers.
Brews on the Harbour
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m: Men Drinking Beer tasting session. Unlimited tastings for $20.
2 p.m.: General public tasting session begins
Home Brew Demonstration (time to transpire to be determined)
After a hiatus in 2009, the home brew component returns in 2010 with an educational offering to inspire attendees to become a home brewer.
2 - 4 p.m.: Time Warner Cable Presents Fish & Friends
Family- friendly activity transpires from 2 – 4 p.m. on Saturday, September 19th as part of the Brews on the Harbour public tasting and includes active learn and play options for children 9 years and younger. This area has been hosted in the past by the Waddell Mariculture Center, The Sand Box, and Puppet Factory/Kidstown.
2 - 5:30 p.m.: Hilton Head Human Association’s Bark for your Beer (5:15 Last call to bid)
Support the Hilton Head Humane Association by bidding on beer and beer related products at their silent auction tent.
2:30 p.m.: Sunset Rotary/Hilton Head Monthly Oyster Shucking Contest (3:30 Winners Announced and Recognized)
Sunset Rotary brings back its fall challenge for commercial and amateur contenders alike to showcase their “shucking talent.” First place winners in both categories will receive a $100 cash prize include and an honorary “best sport” will also be appointed appropriately with the golden bucket traveling trophy.
5 p.m.: Last call to participate in the Public Vote for Best Beer on the Harbour
5:30 p.m.: Beer and Food panels complete the judging process
6 p.m.: General Public Tasting concludes
6 – 8 p.m.: Music continues on the Harbour