Following trends of public health concerns, WeldWerks Brewing Co. has decided to postpone their 2021 WeldWerks Invitational to 2022.

In a release from the brewery, WeldWerks noted that nearly half the participating breweries were either on the fence about attending the Invitational or had decided to no come at all. Because of this, WeldWerks decided that attendees would not get the full, world-class experience they paid for if they decided to still host the event.

WeldWerks Director of Experience Jake Goodman spoke about why the decision was made following several breweries pulling out of the event, saying:

Once we realized that we'd be losing certain aspects of the festival, in addition to the relevant safety concerns, we decided to postpone the festival so that it can be enjoyed to its full effect the following year.

WeldWerks assured everyone who had already purchased tickets to the event will receive a full refund. People who purchased tickets for the 2021 Invitational will have first rights to tickets for the 2022 event.

The WeldWerks Invitational has been present since 2018 and sold out for the first year of the event. 100% of the proceeds of the event go towards the WeldWerks Community Foundation. WeldWerks raised $50,000 for the 2019 event. They then donated that money to 13 different charities from the WeldWerks Community Foundation.

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