Woodcock Nature Center’s Frothy Forage – Hiking, Soda and Beer Tasting, Food and Fun
April 24 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm$55
Woodcock Nature Center invites the community for a one-of-a-kind hiking and beer tasting experience at Frothy Forage on Saturday, April 24 (rain date: April 25) between 12-5pm. At secret locations along the Woodcock trails, participants will sample unique craft beers courtesy of event partner Nod Hill Brewery in Ridgefield.
An event for the entire family, Frothy Forage also includes samplings of Connecticut’s own Hosmer Mountain Soda products including their famous root beer, birch beer, sarsaparilla and raspberry sodas. Furry family members are welcome too and will enjoy some sips and goodies along the trek courtesy of Ridgefield Pet. Local sponsors Outdoors Sports Center and Wilton Go Green will also greet guests along their trek with special surprises for everyone.
Frothy Forage will delight the senses throughout the afternoon with everything from animal encounters, kid’s activities and doughnuts from Uncle Leo’s to live music at the Woodcock pavilion and food for purchase from Bethel’s Taproot Restaurant.
All proceeds from this unique event will benefit environmental education programs at Woodcock Nature Center.
21+ admission is $55 and includes one souvenir tasting glass per ticket purchased, snacks and goodies from our sponsors and a one-of-a-kind trek through the woods and wetlands of Woodcock with Nod Hill Beer sampling at stations along the way. Food will be available for purchase from Taproot Restaurant’s food truck On the Fly until 5 pm.
Spectators, designated drivers and kids are $20 and welcome to enjoy the non-alcoholic offerings and on-site activities. Leashed dogs are welcome. Strict Covid-protocols will be followed. Advanced purchased, timed tickets are required and available beginning Friday, April 1 at 10 am at woodcocknaturecenter.org/frothyforage
Special thanks to event sponsors and partners Nod Hill Brewery, Hosmer Mountain Beverages, Boxed Water, Taproot Restaurant, Outdoor Sports Center, Ridgefield Pet and Wilton Go Green.