Have I ever told you about the time I got myself into the middle of a huge corn maze and couldn't find my way out for an hour? No? Well, it happened. I remained calm and carried on, but my nerves started to get a little rattled just as I made my way to the exit.

An Indiana Beer Festival Inside a Corn Maze

It was still fun though. And I bet my nerves would have been less rattled had that venture into a corn maze accompanied a beer festival. That's what's happening this fall in Columbus IN, and it sounds like an absolute blast. It looks like one, too.

That's right. When you drive up and park, you might wonder where all the beer is, but that's the beauty of the Corn Maze Beer Fest. It's INSIDE. And yes, that would alleviate any and all anxiety about finding my way out of it...if I WANTED to find my way out of it, that is.

And once you get inside the maze--as you can see from above--it will seem like you're attending not ONE, but SEVERAL beer festivals. That's because of the festival's unique setup.

The Corn Maze Beer Fest 2023

When you check out the Corn Maze Beer Fest's Facebook page, you'll notice that each section of the beer festival will play host to six different breweries for a total of 42. Very impressive. And that's INSIDE the maze; a beer garden on the outside will offer up 10 varieties of beer/lager/ale.

And if you plan on attending, keep that Facebook page handy. It's comprehensive guide to everything you need to know about the event--the event map, general rules, hotel accommodations, shuttle service, various event times, ticket info, and music.

It's the perfect event for the perfect time of year in a perfect location. A beer festival on October 7th inside a corn maze.

I'm ironing my hoodies as we speak.

[SOURCE: WLWT-Cincinnati]

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