Four Packs of BrewFest Tickets Are Super Discounted This Week

BrewFest squad goals.
BrewFest squad goals.
Photo by Chuck Cook Photography
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So you and your friends are huge beer nerds but you still haven't locked down tickets to the 6th Annual Houston Press BrewFest yet? This is so your week, ladies and gents. Starting right now, we're offering an exclusive four-pack deal for all you folks who roll in posses, crews, gangs, raptor squads or whatever your preferred bestie-group nomenclature. This special deal is aimed at you and your best pals.

That's right, from right now until May 14 at 11:59 p.m., four BrewFest general admission tickets purchased as a Beer Me Pack will cost just $100 — that's $25 per ticket, a $10 savings per ticket. 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.

The 6th Annual BrewFest throws down on May 20 from 3 to 7 p.m. at Silver Street Station, hosted by the Press and brought to you by Whole Foods Market, Lucky’s Pub, Central Auto Group, AmCap Mortgage and 3 Men Movers. Guests can sample from among 150+ craft beer selections and 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.

Cool down at BrewFest on May 20
Cool down at BrewFest on May 20
Photo by Chuck Cook Photography

Here are the breweries signed on so far:

(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.
Austin Eastciders
B 52 Brewing
Ballast Point Brewing Co.
Bishop Cider Co.
Blue Moon Brewing Co.
Brash Brewing Co.
Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co.
Cedar Creek Brewery
Community Beer Co.
Deep Ellum Brewing Co
Dogfish Head Craft Brewery
Eureka Heights Brewing Co.
Founders Brewing Co.
Goliad Brewing Co.
Green Flash
Guns & Oil Brewing Co.
Holler Brewing Co.
Hops & Grain Brewing
Independence Brewing Co.
Lazy Magnolia Brewery
Lagunitas Brewing Co.
Left Hand Brewing
Locust Cider
Odell Brewing Co.
Real Ale Brewing Co.
Revolver Brewing Co.
Saint Arnold Brewing Co.
Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.
St. Killian Importing
Stone Brewing/Arrogant Brewing
SweetWater Brewing Co.
Under the Radar Brewery
Victory Brewing Co.
Whole Foods Brewing Co.

For more information head on over to brewfest.com.

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