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Here Are All the Beers You'll Be Drinking at BrewFest 2017

Bask in the cold beer at BrewFest 2017.
Bask in the cold beer at BrewFest 2017.
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We're less than two weeks away from the 6th Annual BrewFest — yes, a giant party focused around all things beer — which throws down on May 20 from 3 to 7 p.m. at Silver Street Station, hosted by the Houston Press and brought to you by Whole Foods Market, Lucky’s Pub, Central Auto Group, AmCap Mortgage and 3 Men Movers.

If you still haven't secured your tickets, perhaps this giant final beer lineup will sway you. Here are the beers guests will be sampling at BrewFest this year:

(512) Brewing Co.
3 Nations Brewing Co.
8th Wonder Brewery
11 Below Brewing Co.
Adelbert's Brewery
Alamo Beer Co.
Alaskan Brewing Co.
Alpine Brewing Co.
Arrogant Brewing Co.
Asahi Beer USA
Austin Eastciders
B 52 Brewing
Ballast Point Brewing Co.
Bearded Fox Brewing Co.
Bell's Brewery, Inc.
Big Sky Brewing Co.
Bishop Cider Co.
Blue Moon Brewing Co.
Brash Brewing Co.
Brazos Valley Brewing Co.
Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co.
City Acre Brewing Co.
Community Beer Co.
Cycler's Brewing Co.
Deep Ellum Brewing Co.
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery
Elysian Brewing Co.
Eureka Heights Brewing Co.
Firestone Walker Brewing Co.
Founders Brewing Co.
Freetail Brewing Co.
Global Beer
Golden Road Brewing
Goliad Brewing Co.
Goose Island Brewery
Green Flash
Green Mountain Beer Co.
Guinness
Guns & Oil Brewing Co.
Heady Brewing Co.
Holler Brewing Co.
Hops & Grain Brewing
Independence Brewing Co.
Lagunitas Brewing Co.
Lazy Magnolia Brewery
Left Hand Brewing
Leinenkugel's
Locust Cider
New Holland Brewing Co.
Odell Brewing Co.
Oregon Brewing Co.
Platypus Brewing
Rahr & Sons Brewing Co.
Revolver Brewing Co.
Saint Arnold Brewery
Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
Small Town Brewery
Southern Tier Brewing Co.
Spindle Tap Brewery
St. Killian Importing
Stone Brewing Co.
SweetWater Brewing Co.
Twisted X Brewing Co.
Under the Radar Brewery
Unibroue
Victory Brewing Co.
Whole Foods Brewing Co.
Woodchuck Cider

While sampling from some 150+ craft brews, guests may also mosey around the indoor and outdoor festival featuring local food trucks, live music and ample opportunities to schmooze with fellow beer drinkers. All guests must be 21+ with a valid I.D.

All general admission tickets include access into the event, musical entertainment and eight three-ounce craft beer samples. Additional drink samples will also be available for purchase, as will food truck fare. VIP tickets are also still available for $60/person, and include early entry and access to an exclusive VIP area with complimentary food.

Find more information at brewfest.com

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