More Bands, More Beer, More Burn
Muskegon, MI– Muskegon’s Pere Marquette Beach will ignite on August 28, 2021, for the 6th Annual Burning Foot Beer Festival. Serving as Michigan’s only barefoot beer festival on the beach, festival-goers can enjoy some of the finest craft beer found in the Great Lakes region, revel in local art and food, groove to local and national music acts, and take in the beautiful shoreline of Lake Michigan. Burning Foot will feature 80 breweries this year from Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin.
A stellar lineup of music acts Which are still in the Booking phases. Please check back soon for more details.
Although Burning Foot is first and foremost a celebration of local craft beer, the festival also highlights the lakeshore’s stunning natural beauty (and hot summer sand)! Bordered by sand dunes to the east and Lake Michigan to the west, Pere Marquette Park provides world-class natural surroundings from every vantage point.
Another new aspect of the festival for 2021 is the festival’s approach to its food. In years past, they’ve curated some delicious custom menus, but now they’ll be getting 6 local restaurants involved to take the reigns. The official food vendors will be Hamburger Mikey, Rad Dads’ Taco & Tequila Bar, Bone Ends, and Fatty Lumpkins Sandwich Shack.
Burning Foot Beer Festival loves the community their located in, and in addition to working with these local restaurants, they are also involved with some wonderful non-profit organizations. Coming back again is Habitat for Humanity, which runs our Bike Valet, as well as Noah’s Project who operates the Shoe Check-In. (No Shirt, No Shoes, No Problem!) The latest addition, Kid’s Food Basket, will be taking care of the new Pretzel Necklace area of the festival.
ABOUT LAKESHORE BREWERS GUILD
The Lakeshore Brewers Guild promotes the local craft beer industry and the lakeshore’s natural beauty. As a supplement to the Michigan Brewers Guild, the Lakeshore Brewers Guild is focused on counties that touch Lake Michigan. The states included are Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin. Throughout these counties, the guild is working with its members to build the “Lakeshore Ale Trail,” a region rich in craft breweries, natural beauty, and the economic benefits that flow from successful locally-owned and oriented businesses. Joint advertising and cooperative support allow guild members to grow while also establishing the region as a “beer tourism” hotspot. Through these collaborative efforts, the Lakeshore Brewers Guild is becoming a driving force in supporting both its members and local economies. Learn more at https://www.lakeshoreguild.beer/