'Nudity Required' at Pa. Beer Fest

PHOTO: Sunny Rest Resort in the Pocono Mountains of Pa. will host a beer festival where nudity is mandatory.

At this beer festival, the nudity comes before you've even had your first drink.

A nudist resort in the Pocono Mountain region is hosting a beer festival on June 28 where, according to the resort's web site, "nudity is required in the beer festival area and in the pools and hot tub."

Actually, nudity is required at all times at Sunny Rest Resort's pools and hot tub, according to its web site.

Nudity is "encouraged" throughout the rest of the resort. The resort describes itself as "a fun, sociable, and relaxed clothes-free resort with daily entertainment and modern facilities for all ages, genders, classes, races and body types."

But surely the resort can't mean all ages. And yet, it does. The resort's web site claims its guests range from "Our guests range in age from babies to 100 yrs old." Presumably anyone under 21 won't be allowed at the beer festival, however.

Tickets to Sunny Rest Resort's cost as little as $16. It includes unlimited beer samplings from the "finest local and imported breweries."

There are some common questions people have when visiting a nudist resort for the first time. Sunny Rest has attempted to answer a few of those in its helpful FAQ section. For instance, how does one pay for food when they are naked and have no pockets? Answer: put a credit card on file in the office and give first and last name in the bar and restaurant.

So people eat naked? Yes indeed. This is confirmed by photos on the resort web site.

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