Last edited by 2bhappy; 04-09-2012 at 08:24 PM.
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Can we bring alcohol?
Reasonable amount of beer (limited to 1 case of beer per person) (NO KEGS, NO GLASS, NO LIQUOR), for personal consumption only (NO VENDING), by folks who are of legal age (21), will be permitted to be brought onto the camping areas (not concert area). If, however, in the security's judgment it appears that the amount of alcohol is excessive for the number of persons in the vehicle, or if anyone in the vehicle is under 21 years of age, the organizers reserve the right to deny entry of the vehicle and/or confiscate the alcohol. Kegs may not be brought onto the property. Please keep these things in mind and be sensible about how much you plan to bring in. Beer will be available for purchase on the concert field. Yes, boxed wine is ok to bring, too.
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last year we did 30 packs of general beer but we got more specialized and have unique canned beers in 12 packs. like 6 12 packs for 3 people. Shouldn't be a problem right?
it clearly says one case per person. Last year I only saw one case being brought in at a time. Maybe you can get away with it, maybe not. The rule is pretty clear though.
beers not aloud in the campgrounds
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beers quiet in the campgrounds?
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