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Beer Maze Beer Festival at the Corn Maze

September 21, 2019 @ 2:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Coshocton KOA
24688 CR 10 Coshocton OH 43812

The Friends of the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum & Coshocton KOA pair up for tasty craft beer hidden in a labyrinth!

Prepare to “Beer A-mazed!” At this fall, over-21 event, wander through the twisty lanes and blind passages of McPeek’s Mighty Maze‘ 5 acre corn maze located at the Coshocton KOA.

In hidden corners, discover the secret treasures of the maze: cold, clean and tasty craft beer! You may never want to find your way out!

If you do pop out of the maze you’ll enjoy a food truck, live music, and wonderful festivities. Grab another of your favorite beer at the cash bar.

All proceeds from beer sales will benefit programs at the Johnson Humrickhouse Museum located in Coshocton.

Your Ticket Includes:

– Admission to the corn maze and access to the all of our fun filled fall games.

– 8 beer samples hidden throughout the maze.

– A yummy beer pairing snack box.

– A souvenir beer mug.

– Access to great live music.

– Access to the cash bar and food truck (additional purchase necessary)

Designated Driver tickets include all of the above except for beer. Each designated driver admitted will also receive a bottled water.

Craft beers compliment the colors of fall. Get outside and enjoy the weather at this one of a kind agricultural event.

Featured Ohio Breweries: Wooly Pig Farm Brewery, Lockport Brewery, 2 additional Ohio Craft Breweries TBA

Wooly Pig Farm Brewery is a small, independent craft brewery in Fresno, Ohio, just a few miles from McPeek’s Mighty Maze. They specialize in traditional German lagers, such as Helles, Schwarzbier and Pilsner as well as experimental offering that combine the lagering process with American beer favorites–for fruited beers and hoppy IPLs (India Pale Lagers). The brewer, Kevin Ely, has years of professional experience, most recently as brewmaster of Uinta Brewing in Salt Lake City. His beers are distinct, true to style and very drinkable.

Lockport Brewery is joining us in our 2nd annual Beer Maze festival and is located in neighboring Tuscarawas County.

Weasel Boy Brewing hails from Zanesville, OH, just under an hour from the beer maze. At Weasel Boy you’re not likely to find beer with the most bitterness, the highest alcohol content
or a lot of non-traditional ingredients. What you are likely to find are well balanced and flavorful beers that can be enjoyed pint after pint without knocking you down or crushing your palate.

The Beer Maze is located at the Coshocton KOA campground. Want to spend the night? Bring your camper or tent and book a site at

Coshocton KOA also features a woodland cabin and 2 beautifully restored Airstream Argosy campers. Check them out at

Ticketing & Disclaimers:
Tickets are limited by time slot and must be purchased in advance.

All sales are final. No refunds or exchanges.

​Rain or shine event.

Each attendee will be required to exchange his or her pass/ticket for a festival wristband upon arriving at the event. Bands are not transferrable once applied to patron’s wrist.

General admission is for patrons ages 21 and older ONLY. Designated driver tickets are limited to patrons ages 18 and older.

Management reserves the right, without the refund of any portion of the pass/ticket purchase price, to refuse admission or to eject any person who fails to comply with the rules of the venues, local, state or federal law, or whose conduct is deemed illegal, disorderly, or offensive by management.

Outside drinks are not allowed.

Pass/Ticket/Wristband user assumes all risks of personal injury incidental to the event, whether occurring prior to, during, or subsequent to the event.

Pass/ticket/wristband user consents to Coshocton KOA and its affiliates’ use of his/her image or likeness incidental to any video display, transmission, or recording of the event.

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