Wicked Wine and Brew Fest




September 12 – Litchfield Wicked Wine and Brew Fest is a unique tasting event featuring New Hampshire and New England wineries and breweries. Local musicians, artisans, and vendors will also be on hand to celebrate the beautiful fall day. Tickets for this event can be purchased online or at The Telegraph's offices at 17 Executive Drive in Hudson for $20. Tickets for designated drivers and those 20 years old and under can be purchased for $5 the day of the event. Children under 5 are free. What your $20 ticket price includes: - Admission to Wicked Wine and Brew Fest - Unlimited sampling of beer and wine - Access to event vendors and music entertainment - The first 1,000 sampling tickets will receive a commemorative glass perfect for wine and beer samples. Glasses are first come, first serve for tickets purchased on the day of the event. Glasses are not available for designated drivers or those under 21. To benefit Meals on Wheels of Hillsborough County.
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