You will be required to agree to the following terms and conditions in order to purchase tickets:
You are required to agree to the following terms and conditions in order to purchase the tickets for this event from the host venue, Oak Park Brewing Co. LLC, Peoples Beer Fest and all of their organizers, associates, directors, officers, employees, affiliates, members, representatives, contractors, staff, and volunteers (PBF):
In return for PBF allowing you to voluntarily participate in this event, you agree:
Code of Conduct
At OPB, we are about the ABCs, which stands for (A)rt, (B)eer, and (C)ommUnity. We want OPB to be a place where everyone feels welcome and respected. We strive to create a safe space for our team to grow and thrive personally and professionally. Creating this environment starts with our team experiencing this support, believing in this mission and being part of the message!
At OPB, we are about brewing quality craft beer and making a difference. We foster a culture where kindness is a priority and diversity is celebrated. We value honest and authentic feedback from our staff and visitors, and we will continue to make improvements based on recommendations. Our staff, as well as our guests, are diverse, eclectic and unique. We are all coming from a different place with different experiences, and we encourage one another to always come from a place of kindness and keep OPB one where all kind humans are welcome to be themselves.
Expectations for employees, guests, contractors, vendors, leadership and ownership:
All of the employees, guests, vendors and contractors must be treated with respect and dignity. We are committed to providing an atmosphere free of harassment and discrimination towards all people.
We will not tolerate harassment or discrimination directed at our employees by managers, supervisors, co-workers, or third parties such as contractors, vendors, or guests. Similarly, we will not tolerate harassment or discrimination by our employees against others with whom we serve or have a business or professional relationship.
Behaviors we will not tolerate:
Harassment can be identified as:
Harassment of any form is unacceptable in the workplace and in any work-related settings, such as trips and brewery-related social functions.
If you believe you have been subject to or witnessed anything that violates this policy, please immediately report such conduct to a supervisor or manager at OPB. If you are not comfortable reporting to any of those individuals, report the conduct to an Owner or anonymous tip line.
Supervisors and managers are responsible for reporting any complaints of a violation of this policy to an Owner or the anonymous tip line.
Upon receiving a report we will promptly conduct a fair, timely and thorough investigation. A timely response to each report will be provided when the investigation is complete. Every report of misconduct or harassment will be taken seriously and investigated thoroughly.
If we determine this policy has been violated, we will take appropriate and effective action to address the situation and deter any future inappropriate conduct; this may include disciplinary action, up to and including termination or expulsion.
Most importantly, we will not retaliate against you for bringing a good faith complaint under this policy, or for reporting such misconduct or cooperating in an investigation. If you believe someone has violated this no-retaliation policy, you should immediately notify any of the persons named above.
This event is family friendly, but only 21+ can enter the brew tents. Every attendee over 21 will be required to wear a wristband at all times while inside festival grounds. There will be a family tent area with activities for the whole family to enjoy.
The Peoples Beer Fest will be on 3rd Ave in the historic neighborhood of Oak Park, Sacramento.
You will receive your ticket via Eventbrite. Please have your e-ticket ready to scan on the day of the festival and surrounding events.