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How to Get to and from the Breckenridge Beer Festival

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Breck-Summer-Beer-Festival-2013-3The long wait for the Breckenridge Beer Festival is quickly coming to an end! On Saturday, April 5, 2014 Breckenridge opens up its gates to host this amazing beer fest, yet once again. With over 30 different craft breweries participating, having to be concerned with how to get to and from the Breckenridge beer festival shouldn’t even be something on anyones mind. If anything, it should be how many different brands and varieties of beer one can consume. So to help make sure the best experience is attained, here are some transportation ideas that will keep most from having to stumble home.

 

Airport ShuttleAirport Shuttles to Breckenridge

For groups or individuals flying into Denver, Colorado specifically for the Breckenridge Beer Festival, getting to and from Breckenridge could often be the biggest project. No need to stress over this, at any level. Peak 1 Express has the most affordable shuttle service to and from Summit County. Keep in mind, however, that the pickup/dropoff times have been slightly reduced, due to it being off-peak, spring season. Check out our schedule here to pick the most appropriate shuttle time.

Getting Around Town

While in Breckenridge for the beer fest, there are multiple options for transportation.

Black Label Car Service

For large groups or the couple just wanting private transportation for the festival, Peak 1 Express offers this hourly, Black Label, car service. A minimum of 3 hours is required and will allow the shuttle to be at your beckon call for the entire time the vehicle is reserved.

images (6)In Town Bus Service

The Breckenridge Freeride bus system has three routes that operate all day into the evening, five routes that operate during the day and one route that operate evenings only. Out of these nine different buses, there is surely at least one that can accommodate Breck’s beer fest partiers.

 

County Wide Bus Servicesummit stage

For those lodging outside of Breckenridge, in Summit County, the free Summit Stage bus service offers multiple routes and times, from which to choose. The Summit Stage connects Breckenridge, Frisco, Copper, Keystone, Silverthorne and Dillon for all vacationers visiting the area. This service does have limited late night availability, so be sure to check out their schedule.

Now there’s no excuse to be preoccupied with figuring out how to get to and from the Breck beer fest. Tickets are selling out fast, so pick them up, and head on over this way to participate in one of the county’s most anticipated events.