The third annual Skowhegan Craft Brew Festival includes only food and beverage purveyors from Maine.
The Press Herald reported that the festival was expected to draw 1,500 people.
The festival features creators of cider, wine, craft spirits and sangria.
Kristina Cannon, executive director of Main Street Skowhegan, which hosts the festival and uses it as a fundraiser.
“We’re trying to add as many non-beers as we can,” Cannon told the Press Herald. “Not that people don’t love beer. But we want to make sure people have all sorts of different stuff to taste and sample.”