No Clothes Allowed at This Beer Fest

Sure, there are countless beer festivals happening everywhere, all of the time.


And while most present the same sort of scene — tables, taps, brewery reps and crowds of enthusiastic and thirsty beer nerds lining up to grab a glass-full of the latest and greatest suds — here’s one that’s so out of the ordinary that it’s in a class all its own.

And that’s because it requires its guests to doff their duds before entering.

Yeah, you read that right. Nudity is a requirement for Sunny Rest Resort’s annual beer festival, which this year takes place on Saturday, June 28, 1 — 5 PM.

You’re free to wear a robe, towel or even pants and a shirt elsewhere at this clothing-optional vacation getaway in Pennsylvania’s Poconos, but on site of the annual brew fest, only birthday suits will be tolerated.


Here’s the flyer for the event. We have a feeling the clientele will look slightly different than what they’re depicting.

Tickets are $16 in advance, and $18 the day of the festival. Along with entry to the beer fest and unlimited samples from breweries near and far, the ticket includes a free day’s admission to Sunny Rest Resort. Fest goers can also take advantage of discounts on rooms and campsites. The after-party festivities, which also require nudity, take place at the resort’s Streakers Bar and Flashers Nightclub.

If you go, pack light and don’t forget the high SPF sunscreen.

Photo: Courtesy Sunny Rest Resort

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Nudity no longer naughty in Munich

One of Germany’s largest cities has legalised public nudity


Germany’s third largest city, Munich, has legalised public nudity by introducing six designated nudist zones.

Since last autumn – when statewide laws stopping nude sunbathing expired – the issue of public nudity has been debated in the city.

It has now been decided that nudists are officially welcome to strip.

The six designated nudist areas are not fenced off or hidden away, although their location in parkland grants them a degree of privacy.

One nudist zone is situated in a main tourist spot along a stream, which is barely 10 minutes away from Munich’s main square.


Public nudity in Munich has gone on for years, and it is common to see people walking around unclothed in several spots in the city, such as the Englischer Garten, and various spots along the Isar River.

Nudity is not restricted to Munich; the practice is common across Germany, where the first naturist beach was set up back in 1920.

The country is famed for its love of all activities that involve FKK – Freikörperkultur (Free Body Culture, or plain nudity to you and me), said Telegraph Travel writer Adrian Bridge, who reported on the Naked Sledding World Championship held in the spa town of Braunlage recently.

The Telegraph



Adam knew Eve

The new Reality show on RTL 5 put totally naked competitors are doing successfully in the Netherlands.


 Adam Zoekt Eve (“Adam knew Eve”) puts competitors on a paradise island near Panama without clothes. Men and women have become acquainted, aiming know “true love”.

According to the producers, the basic premise is that “the best way to know the love of our life is present ourselves in the purest state, without clothes.” 

Check out the video  Adam Zoekt Eva


Happy 50th Birthday British Naturism!

2014 marks the 50th anniversary of British Naturism (BN), the UK’s national organisation for Naturism.  It’s going to be a busy year, with special events – and we’re already looking forward to the next 50!


2014 marks the 50th anniversary of British Naturism (BN), the UK’s national organisation for Naturism. It’s going to be a busy year, with special events – and we’re already looking forward to the next 50!

Back in 1964, British Naturism was formed by a merger of the British Sunbathing Association and the Federation of British Sun Clubs who realised that one strong national organisation presented far more opportunities than having two separate bodies with similar purposes and aims.

Today, BN is a vibrant national organisation which promotes the amazing, healthy and liberating Naturist lifestyle, enjoyed by millions of people in the UK. As well as promoting the undeniable benefits of healthy social nudity, which encourage wellbeing, a positive body image and boost confidence, BN also works hard to campaign for greater acceptance of our way of life. Our campaigns have tackled some serious issues, such as the increase in prudery, orchestrated by a vocal minority, which impact on us and which can also affect many in society at large.

Across the UK we’ve got a variety of great events and there’s truly something for everyone, from the nervous newcomer to the seasoned ‘old hand’ – We’re especially encouraging people who have never tried Naturism to get out there and give it a go. Never before have there been so many exciting ways to get involved and we know that when people experience it for themselves they love it – in fact many Naturists cite their first experience as ‘life-changing’ and throw away their swimming costumes for good!