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Mark Your Calendar for the Punk in Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival

Tastings of the Stone & NOFX Punk in Drublic Hoppy Lager are definitely in store.
Tastings of the Stone & NOFX Punk in Drublic Hoppy Lager are definitely in store. Courtesy of Stone Brewing
Attention those in ownership of NOFX stickers, patches, ratty T-shirts, and beat-up CDs: The Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival is coming to Phoenix on Saturday, October 21.

The lineup includes NOFX, Bad Religion, Goldfinger, Authority Zero, and Guttermouth. And tickets go on sale on Thursday, August 31.

NOFX frontman, Fat Wreck Chords founder, and DIY icon Fat Mike presents the touring festival, which is coming to Fear Farm Festival Grounds. The point of the 21-and-over festival – other than to check out rad bands and see who’s still rocking an egg-white mohawk – is to try the Stone Brewing and NOFX Punk in Drublic Hoppy Lager.

Fat Mike joined up with Stone Brewing to create the liquid star of the show – named in tandem with the festival for the 1994 NOFX fan fave, Punk in Drublic. If lager isn't your thing, over 100 other craft beers will also be available for complimentary tastings and purchase. Local breweries like Wren House Brewing Co., Four Peaks Brewing Company, and Uncle Bear’s Brewing will be on-site.

Tickets start at $29 for general admission, and apparently limited quantities are available. There's also a VIP lounge and early entry option for $125, and a VIP lounge, early entry, and meet-and-greet package for $199. VIP perks include a spot at the front of the stage, drink tickets, and private restrooms. All three options will be available through the Punk In Drublic Craft Beer & Music Festival website.
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Lauren Cusimano was the Phoenix New Times food editor from 2018 to 2021. Joys include eating wings, riding bikes, knowing everyone at the bar, talking too much about The Simpsons, and falling asleep while reading.