Starr Hill Brewery IPA JAMBEEREE Music & Brewery Lineup Announced

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA – (April 18, 2016) Starr Hill Brewery has unveiled their music and brewery lineup for their IPA JAMBEEREE festival, being held on June 25, 2016 from 1-7PM at The Hangar Park at Starr Hill Brewery in Crozet, Virginia. This first-time event will be a celebration of local craft beer and music in Virginia. Charlottesville’s own Sons of Bill will headline the main stage with support from The Shack Band and Lord Nelson. Another stage early in the day will feature performances by Travis Elliott, Ultra Kings and Delta Junction.

IPA JAMBEEREE will showcase 15 Virginia craft breweries and over 50 local IPAs, with more than 20 brewed by Starr Hill. The lineup of participating breweries will include Apocalypse Ale Works, Blue Mountain, Brothers, Champion, Devils Backbone, Hardywood, Lickinghole Creek, Lost Rhino, Mad Fox, O’Connor, Port City, Smartmouth, South Street, Strangeways and Three Notch’d.

Furthering the IPA immersion, Starr Hill brewers will hold beer sessions while local and national hop growers from Organarchy Hops and John I. Haas will provide a hands-on experience for craft beer fans. Starr Hill will also partner with Claudius Crozet Park in support of their Play Crozet Capital Campaign. Proceeds from every ticket sold will be donated to fund a project to build a new pond-side amphitheater in the park.

General Admission tickets are on sale for $25 in advance and $30 at the door, with tastings and tasting glass included. VIP tickets are available in advance for $60 and include early entrance at noon, access to the VIP lounge with full pour beers and food included. Tickets and details are available now at JAMBEEREE.com.

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Born in a Charlottesville music hall in 1999, Starr Hill Brewery is the largest independent craft brewery in Virginia. Among the most award-winning craft breweries on the East Coast, Starr Hill has won 21 Great American Beer Festival, World Beer Cup and Great British Beer Festival medals. Starr Hill beer is distributed throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern regions.