NORWICH – Hidden Springs Brewhouse is celebrating three months of success with an Oktoberfest event that will include more than 20 vendors, daily prizes, and live music.
The brewhouse’s Oktoberfest celebration will be from 3 to 10 p.m. on Thursday, noon to 9 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, along with noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday. It is located at 170 County Road 31 in Norwich.
Event organizers said musicians including Bob Kalka, Quona Hudson, Scattered Flurries, and Our common Roots will perform throughout the event. Organizers added that there will also be local vendors, a corn hold tournament, hay rides, and face painting on Saturday.
According to Hidden Springs Brewhouse Co-Owner Mark Moore, owning a business with his wife Krista Porter-Moore, after making it into retirement along creating quality craft beers have been driving factors in the creation of their brewhouse.
“It began from a conversation about owning our own business once we went into retirement,” said Moore. “Ever since we’ve opened, things have been fantastic, we’re above projections, and we’ve gotten a lot of positive feedback from the community which we’re really excited about.”