Springdale’s Beer and Gear benefit

Posted 5 December, 2007 by graham in usa

Internet access in Africa was sporadic, and in India every street corner has an Internet cafe. In America everywhere had WiFi, but you are expected to bring your own laptop. A few coffee shops had a computer we could use, but by far the best choice are the public libraries. On a visit to Springdale, the nearest public library to Zion National Park, we learn about their upcoming Beer and Gear Festival.
The library was trying to raise money to get some solar panels and an exhibit to teach people about solar power. The festival was several bands, a local brewery tent, a bit of food, free massages from massage school, and a hiking equipment auction.
The beer was very good (4%, the legal limit in Utah), the music not bad, the massages great, and the atmosphere wonderful. Go Utah!

This post has (1) comments

1 comment to “Springdale’s Beer and Gear benefit”

Dale E Harris, April 3rd, 2008 at 5:24 am:

  • Thanks for joining us at the Zion Canyon Beer and Gear Festival, and for posting some great photos of the event. You can see some of our pics of the event on our website http://www.zioncanyonbrewingcompany.com
    Glad you enjoyed our beer, come back soon!
    Dale E Harris – Brewer