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15 Beers for 15 Years Booth at the Epcot Food and Wine Festival

Another brand new kiosk, 15 Beers for 15 Years, was added at the entrance to the World Showcase Promenade this year to celebrate the Epcot Food and Wine Festival‘s 15th anniversary! Across from the booth is the giant “15″ planter, so there’s little question as to the significance of the number!

15 Beers for 15 Years Booth

Epcot Food and Wine Festival Planter

This booth was swamped all week, and I imagine the interest level won’t go down all that soon!

How to Buy
Here’s the deal: at the booth you can choose a 6oz or 12oz pour of one of 15 beers (prices range from $2.75-$6.25); or you can choose a beer flight, which consists of 6oz pours of any three beer on the list (your choice) for $7.25.

Overall Beer Menu

The menus are spelled out well with descriptions of each beer. Click the Images below to see larger views:

2 Beer Pours

Abita

There will be plenty more beer coverage coming soon! Stay tuned!

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10 Comments

  1. SharonC says:

    AJ you rock! You’ve just made me one very happy woman. Thanks for the info. I see several flights in my future. 18 days and counting…

  2. Nate Parrish says:

    Wow. This is the single best F&W stop ever.

  3. Josh says:

    Great post!

    This is what really dissapoints me about American law is that you have to be 21, whereas back home in the UK you only have to be 16.

    Most of the beers mainly look as though they originate from the United States. I’m going to have to ask my grandfather about the Banks Caribbean Lager, as he is from Guyana and he may know a thing or two!

  4. Howard says:

    For anyone not from the Southern US, I can’t recommend the Abita Purple Haze enough. It’s a great light, raspberry infused beer. They even make root beer with real sugarcane! (but that’s not at a festival– a major missed opportunity, IMHO)

  5. Alan says:

    What an odd eclectic group of beers. A few world class beers and a few that are a bit commonplace. I would love to know what the process was in their selection. But, what a great fun booth. I never saw a beer tap I didn’t like.

  6. Jason says:

    Josh – If you considered that even the Americans over 21 can’t always handle their alcohol responsibly, you’d understand why it would be anarchy if the age was ever lowered to 16, no less 18! My first day at Epcot last week and it was a bit jarring to see people intent on only getting drunk beyond consciousness. Thankfully the weekdays were a lot lighter, but it was a very humbling first time Food & Wine experience for me to see a lot of people stumbling around World Showcase!

  7. Rich T. says:

    I was really excited about this booth initially, until I saw the menu. There was really nothing too exciting to me. I might try the Czech lager, but I’m more of a top-fermented guy.

  8. Josh says:

    Wow Jason, you do have a very good point there. I would hate to be around people who don’t have the maturity to make the correct decisions for themselves whether or not they or over the age of 21 or not. In Disney World, that makes the case even worse and sets a bad example since there are (usually) young children around.

  9. Stephen says:

    I was able to try the La Fin Du Monde last week and it is EXCELLENT! It is a nice complex beer, much like a hefeweizen in flavor, and it gets better as it warms. It finishes well and leaves you satisfied enough to leave with just one, but is tasty and light enough to partake again if you wish. :o) It has a nice distinct clove taste. I hope I can find this beer at my local store!

  10. AJ says:

    Stephen — Thanks for the review; good luck on finding La Fin Du Monde at home!

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