Harvest Festival to benefit FSPW

Here’s a puzzler for you: What is better, beer or wilderness? 

Good thing you don’t have to choose at the upcoming Utara Brewing Harvest Festival. Set for Saturday, Oct. 17, from 3-8 p.m., the fall-themed festivities will debut a new Scotchman Peaks-themed Fall Seasonal Scotch Ale. 

There are plenty of reasons to drop by beyond being among the first to try the new Scotch Ale. There will be plenty of games, for one thing. For $5, attendees can guess the number of hops in a jar or run the .01K marathon, with winners earning a free growler fill a month for a year. The $5 donation for playing benefits Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wilderness — see what we mean about not having to choose between two loves? Autumn food with an Indian twist will be ready to serve — after all, what goes better with a beer than a good brat? Altogether, it promises to be a day of fun and music, with plenty of great beer and food available for all. 

FSPW personnel will be in attendance to talk about the latest in wilderness and accept donations. Remember, the end of the year is one of the best times of year to contribute to your favorite nonprofits. So come on out, have a good time and hear the good word about your wild backyard!

Check out the Facebook event for more information

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Cameron Rasmusson is a writer and journalist who grew up in Scotchmans territory. While he now calls Sandpoint home, he spent his formative years in the natural beauty of Libby, Montana. From elementary to high school, he enjoyed the outdoor experiences that mountain towns provide.

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