*****After numerous discussions and dedicated consideration, SWIRCA & More has made the unfortunate decision to cancel Brewfest slated for Saturday, July 18 at Historic Bosse Field due to COVID-19. SWIRCA & More worked diligently to initiate safety protocols such as hand sanitizing stations, social distancing measures, and contactless payment options to help mitigate the risk for all attendees and to ensure that the event could continue as planned. Unfortunately, due to the numerous risks and unknown factors attributable to the pandemic and circumstances that could not be controlled, SWIRCA & More has decided to cancel the festivities for 2020.
Brewfest ticket holders had the option to receive a full refund or use their payment as a 100% tax deductible donation to SWIRCA & More.
Thank you to everyone for your support! We look forward to planning a bigger and better Brewfest for July 2021 and hope to see you there! *****
As the state of Indiana slowly starts to re-open and cautiously navigates its way to stage five of Governor Eric Holcomb's Back on Track Indiana Plan, organizers of the SWIRCA Brewfest event are still working to bring Brewfest to Bosse Field on Saturday, July 18, 2020. However, if the state of Indiana is not able to re-open fully by the July 4 date, then the SWIRCA Brewfest event will be postponed or cancelled.
SWIRCA & More will be carefully monitoring this situation as we move closer to the event date. We will also be working closely with state and local officials and vendors to ensure all safety guidelines and procedures set by the federal, state, and local governments are fully administered.
The health and safety of all attendees is of the highest priority, therefore due to COVID-19, SWIRCA Brewfest will be initiating safety protocols to help reduce the risk for vendors, volunteers, and patrons attending the event. A list of those protocols are listed below.
All participants attending the SWIRCA Brewfest event on Saturday, July 18 at Bosse Field do so at their own risk. An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present, especially public places where close contact is possible. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, senior citizens and patrons with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable. We ask that you please be considerate of your fellow patrons and stay at home if you feel sick or have a temperature of 100 degrees or higher the day of the event. By participating in the SWIRCA Brewfest event on Saturday, July 18, patrons voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19 or otherwise.