Craft beer, wine and whiskey connoisseurs gather for Sip Away Autumn Days

It was all about beer, wine and whiskey at Wild Things Park in Washington, Pennsylvania Saturday afternoon.

Sip Away Autumn Days, the second annual craft beverage tasting festival hosted by the Washington Wild Things, boasted a long list of local breweries, wineries and distilleries, and live music by the Blended Reality Band.

Take a look as drink-lovers from near and far sipped on some cold beverage on the especially warm Fall day.

The festival, which offered drink samples from 2 to 6 p.m., was open to people of all ages — those under 21 and designated drivers even got in for free. Tickets for attendees planning to try some beer, wine and whiskey cost $20 online and $25 at the door.

According to the event’s Facebook page, ticket holders went home with free souvenir pint glasses.

More than 20 vendors showed up to give fans a taste, including Brew32, Full Pint Brewing, Red Pump Spirits, Wigle Whiskey, Fractured Grape Winery and several others.