Get a Discounted BrewFest Ticket With This Voice Daily Deal

As the weather gets warmer and more humid with each passing day, few things sound more appealing than relaxing and sipping on a cold craft beer.

Fortunately, here at the Houston Press, we understand these cravings, so we're bringing back BrewFest on May 17 from 2 to 7 p.m at Silver Street Station. So far, we have 32 different breweries signed up to serve and sample, and we're adding more to the lineup every day. We guarantee there will be a favorite beer for every palate.

Even better than beer, though, is discounted beer, and that's exactly what you can get with this week's Voice Daily Deal!

General admission tickets are currently $35, and VIP tickets are $70. But through May 12, purchase a general admission ticket for $20 or a VIP ticket for $39 through the deal online.

A general admission ticket will get you entry and eight 3-ounce beer samples, and each VIP ticket includes eight 3-ounce beer samples plus food from Whole Foods and specialty beers for sampling.

The event, in conjunction with Lucky's Pub, will also feature food from Tha 1 Truk, Buttz Food Truck and Spikes' Sno Tasty Treats & Eats. Food from these guys isn't included in the ticket price, but it will be delicious, so bring some cash along. You'll also want to have cash to buy more sample cards if eight tastes just won't cut it for you.

Music will be provided by John Vincent Curry and Lost Element.

Because there will be a lot of beer here, we recommend you take the shuttle from Lucky's Pub in the Heights. It will be running from 2 to 7 p.m.

As always, BrewFest is strictly 21 and up, so leave the kiddos (and the pets) at home.

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Kaitlin Steinberg