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Sponsors' Lounge

When you register as a Sponsor or Supersponsor, you get access to the Sponsors' Lounge, where we have plenty of snacks and have meals available for breakfast, lunch, and dinner during the convention. Additionally, after 6 PM the Sponsors' Lounge served a selection of adult beverages.


Friday 2 PM to 2 AM

  • Open for snacks at 2 PM
  • Dinner at 5 PM
  • Beer served 6 PM to 2 AM

Saturday 10 AM to 2 AM

  • Breakfast at 10 AM
  • Lunch at 1 PM
  • Closed 4 PM to 5 PM
  • Dinner at 5 PM
  • Beer served 6 PM to 2 AM

Sunday 10AM to 2 AM

  • Breakfast at 10 AM
  • Lunch at 1 PM
  • Closed 4 PM to 5 PM
  • Dinner at 5 PM
  • Beer served 6 PM to 2 AM

Food Selections

Meals planned include:

Deli Sandwiches
The Hotel's Pizza
Sloppy Joe Sandwiches
Biscuits and Gravy

And any-time snacks include:

Hot Dogs
And more

2017 Beer Selections

Northville Winery

  • Red Rukus - Raspberry hard apple cider Alcohol 6.5%
  • Crimson Dew - Cherry hard apple cider Alcohol 6.5%
  • Rockin' Cock - Hard apple cider. Alcohol 6.5%
  • Blue River - Blueberry hard cider. Alcohol 6.5%
  • LLC - Lemon Lime Cyser Alcohol 11%
  • Super Cyser - Standard Cyser Alcohol 11%~
  • BBC - Barrel aged hard cyser Alcohol 6.9%
  • Crimson Duke - Bourbon barrel crimson dew with honey Alcohol 8%~

Brewery Becker

  • Vargdricka - Gruit
    Based on the daily drink of the Vikings. A gruit ale, it is bittered with Juniper and Bog Myrtle. Rounds out with a light honey sweetness. A Brewery Becker favorite. Alcohol 6.2%
  • Vargdricka Braggot
    Honey was historically very expensive. Adding a large amount of honey to the standard beer of an area was a way to make a more exotic and precious drink. Typically it was done for special occasions or where one wanted to show off their wealth. Ours is based on Vargdricka. A large drink, with a nose of herbs and alcohol. Alcohol 15%~
  • Fruit Braggot
    Historically honey was very expensive. Braggots were a way to show off your wealth, but not too much. Typically a mixture of the local beer with honey. Ours also has Cherries and Red Raspberries. Thick, alcoholic, with a residual sweetness. Alcohol 20%. Seriously.
  • Hefeweizen
    The classic wheat beer of Bavaria. Smooth and creamy with banana and clove like flavors produced by the yeast. Little bitterness. A Brewery Becker Favorite. Alcohol 5.2%

Drafting Table Brewing Co.

  • Only Fools Russian Imperial Stout
    A blood warming Russian Imperial Stout with notes of chocolate, dark fruit, and liquorish. Alcohol 10%

B. Nektar Meadery

  • TBA around the convention
    Our beverage curator Hallet says these will be very limited, and will be randomly put on the taps to give everyone a fair shot at trying some this year. But, when it's gone it's gone!