October 16, 2021

(Rain date: Sunday, October 17)


A good hike should be savored…. and so should a great beer.

Why not do both at the same time?


Bring the whole family for a one-of-a-kind hiking and beer tasting experience at FROTHY FORAGE. At secret locations along the Woodcock trails, we’ll feature a unique craft brew from our partner Nod Hill Brewery plus soda tasting with Hosmer Mountain Soda!


And, if that isn't enough, we'll delight the senses along your trek with everything from animal encounters, to live music, and food for purchase from Taproot Restaurant's On the Fly food truck.

Furry family members will enjoy some sips and goodies along the trek courtesy of Ridgefield Pet!


Trek, taste and discover with us!

Nod Hill Brewery



Adult 21+ tickets.


Kids (3 and up), spectators, DD tickets.

All tickets must be purchased in advance.

Timed experiences are available as follows:

12-2 pm - SOLD OUT
12:15-2:15 pm- SOLD OUT
2:45-4:45 pm - SOLD OUT
3-5 pm - SOLD OUT

21+ admission includes:


One souvenir tasting glass per 21+ ticket purchased.


A one-of-a-kind trek through the woods and wetlands of Woodcock with beer and soda sampling at five stations along the way. 


Complimentary soda tasting, music, snacks, doughnuts, and water.


Additional food, beer and soda available for purchase.

Non-21+ ticket holders may enjoy everything except the beer!

forage rules

Masks and distancing required.

Attendees are expected to arrive on time and leave when their time slot is complete.

Attendees will be separated into two identical Forage routes upon arrival. No more than 80 individuals per time slot will be allowed.

Email us if you wish to be grouped with friends or family who have purchased separately but in your same ticket slot.

Well-behaved leashed dogs are most welcome!

what's included

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Woodcock Nature Center

56 Deer Run Road, Wilton, CT 06897

P (203) 762-7280

F (203) 834-0062


Our mission is to connect people to the habitats, plants and animals of Southwestern CT through programs that build awareness, nurture understanding, and advance conservation. 

© Woodcock Nature Center 2019