Some images of the various musical bands at the 2016 Black Walnut Winery – Fire & Wine Festival in Sadsburyville in Chester Country PA.
One thing that this required at a Fire and Wine Festival, is music!
Echo and Holt 45 were at last years festival, and one again rocked the crowd this year!
Echo Band – Kellina Holt, Rick Snow, Rob Holt, Craig Rothe
Bolt 45 – Chris Holt, Rob Holt, John Holt, Craig Rothe
Now for a few close-ups of these folks in action!
Chris Holt (Holt 45 – Guitar/Vocals)
On Saturday night, I attended the 2nd Annual Fire & Wine Festival at Black Walnut Winery in Sadsburyville, Chester County, PA!
The following images show the wonderful Holt 45 Band!
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On Friday night, it was Oktoberfest at Exton Beverage Company in Chester County, and was well attended throughout the evening.
The great music was provided by the local band, Holt 45!
One of my favorite shoots of the night, was this view of these future ‘groupie’ girls, creating and holding up various signs of admiration of the band!
In one of the signs that you are getting old, and the torch is being passed to the next generation, these pre-teen fans started a very loud cheer when Holt 45 stated to play Lynyrd Skynyrd‘s classic “Sweet Home Alabama”, and then at the end, started to shouting “Free Bird”!
In the munchies department, there were Philadelphia Pretzel Factory’s nuggets, Pulled Pork shooters, Turkey Wraps and an awesome Crab Queso Dip provided by Riverstone Cafe in Exton!
Five sampling areas were setup for breweries to showcase their Oktoberfest lineups, and as any beer drinker knows, this is a great time to try something new.
Great Lakes Brewing Company was there, and was a first time experience for me, and many others.
I only got a chance to sample three of their offering, Eliot Ness Amber Lager, Currently On Tap Burning River Pale Ale and the Edmund Fitzgerald Porter, all of which were very good.
Both the Eliot Ness Amber Lager and Burning River Pale Ale had a pronounced hop taste, but had mellowed in tartness in the aftertaste, compared to local Victory’s Hop Devil (one of my wife’s favorites), and I very much enjoyed the chocolate tones in the Edmund Fitzgerald Porter. If you can find a variety case…
Once again, it was great way to end the week, and I very much encourage you to follow Exton Beverage on Facebook for future events!
- Exton Beverage loves its customers by Bryan Kolesar