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3rd Annual Allaire BBQ & Brew Fest to feature two days of food trucks, beers, live music, crafters, and much more

As the weather continues to warm up, bringing along all of that spring love, we’re going to start seeing quite a few more outdoor events. One of them is the 3rd Annual Allaire BBQ & Brew Festival, a two-day event that’ll feature food trucks, a beer garden, crafters, live music, and much more!

Join us for our 3rd annual BBQ and Beer Fest, with TWO days of hops and hogs in the village!

April 28th and 29th, 11 am to 5 pm.

A fun day with…

A Beer Garden (accepts cash only)

Award winning BBQ – (menu items priced individually)

Historic Craft Demonstrations (Blacksmith, Carpentry, Tinsmith, Fibre Arts)

Food Trucks
Jersey Shore BBQ & Catering, Belmar
One Big Joe Smoke BBQ
Mary Queen of Pork
Chip Stix
El Lechon de Negron
House of Cupcakes
Dogs Gone Wild
Four Boys Concessions

Interactive activities for patrons of all ages at the historic Row House and Blast Furnace

Unique Crafters

18th and 19th century games

Live music
4/28 – 11:00am – The Pour Boys
4/28 – 3:00pm – Annie Minogue Band
4/29 – 11:00am – Marel Hidalgo
4/29 – 2:00pm – Pepperwine

Hearth Cooking at the Manager’s House and “baking program” at the Bakery

Experience 19th century industrial community life with our period dressed historical interpreters, while you enjoy the festival! Explore the historic buildings, craft shops, retail stores, and village grounds. Listen to live music and enjoy some good barbecue with family and friends! The Historic Village at Allaire has partnered with Spark Market Solutions to give you a great day in the Spring to get out of the house and have a good time.

The historic village will be providing craft demonstrations at the Blacksmith Shop, Tinsmith Shop, and Carpenter Shop. Story-telling at the Enameling Building. Hearth cooking at the Manager’s House. Take a step back in time to shop at our General Store, Bakery and Enameling Building & Museum Gift Shop. Interactive activities for patrons of all ages at the Row House and Blast Furnace. Special “baking program” at our re-designed Bakery. Fibre Arts demonstrations near the Village Green. 18th and 19th century interactive children’s games. All of the historic homes and buildings will be open for tours with 19th century period dressed historical interpreters!

This event is a fundraiser for the Historic Village at Allaire to support our educational programming.

General admission is $10 per person, children under 18 are free. Tickets for beer will be sold at the entrance to the beer garden. No one under the age of 21 will be permitted to enter the beer garden. Children and pets are welcome at this event, but they may not enter the beer garden.

ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED!!! Reduce your wait time by purchasing tickets in advance via EventBrite. You will receive electronic tickets. Be sure to have your ID ready if you pre-purchased tickets, and for entrance to the beer tent.

Please contact us at 732-919-3500 or with any additional questions. Share with your friends and we look forward to seeing you!

*Please note: Children and strollers will NOT be allowed into the beer garden. No coolers are allowed onsite day of event. All Bags will be subject to inspection. This includes totes, purses and backpacks.

Did you know you can ride your bike to Allaire BBQ & Brew Fest? Click here for info on the Edgar Felix Bike Path that runs from Manasquan to Allaire.

Please note that all bikes are not allowed in the historic village, but can be parked at the main parking lot at the bike rack, or along designated areas by Park fences. Also, please be very careful of cars when crossing the roads.

Need a place to stay? Allaire Campground is just down the road.

As mentioned above, general admission tickets are $10 per person – while children under 18 are free. The festival will run on April 28th and 29th, from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM, over at 4263 Atlantic Avenue in Farmingdale, NJ.

source: Eventbrite via Facebook

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