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Last week we had the pleasure of meeting with Draft Magazine’s Trevor Cravens and Sam Porter of Porter House Productions. The two are teaming up to create a unique experience for the senses with an innovative festival/feastival they’re calling BrewKamp. The event will be held November 4th-6th at Lake Eden near Black Mountain, NC and profits will go towards Pints for Prostates, an NC based non-profit that raises awareness among men about the importance of regular men’s health screenings through the language of beer.

BrewKamp focuses on three themes: Taste,  Listen and Camp.

Taste:

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Craft brew is the focus, but cider and wine tastings will also be available. Kampers can participate in custom brewery-led experiences, enjoy extremely rare and small batch beers in the barn, or belly-up and order from a mobile bar which will wind its way through the event. Beer and food pairings from guest chefs compliment more dramatic offerings like paella from a giant 6-foot pan, or the Bar-B-Que pit which will be hosted in micro dining villages.

Listen:

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Girl Talk, Robert Randolph and the Family Band, Tribute to Doc Watson, Joe Hertler and the Rainbow Seekers, That 1 Guy, Simplified, Apple Seed Collective and many other artists (funk, rock, bluegrass, Americana, marching bands, New Orleans, gospel, DJs) will play continuously across the venue’s seven unique stages, ranging from a large-scale fully covered stage to intimate bonfire and barn stages. Kampers can also dance the night away at the Silent Disco tent, with live music and 1500 wireless headsets.

Camp:

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BrewKamp is a three day festival with multiple ways to camp. Ticket options include primitive camping, car camping, bring your RV or reserve a 5-star tent for two with a “Glamping” package.  They’ll have bathrooms and showers on site. Kampers can also take everything in while relaxing in a wood-fired hot tub alongside Lake Eden.

Tickets for BrewKamp range in price from $65 day passes for Friday or Saturday and $25 for Sunday. Weekend passes are $125, or $175 if you want to include basic camping. Additional camping options are priced as add-ons. On-site food and drink is cash only but don’t worry, there will be an ATM available.

Get your tickets now now through BrewKamp.com.