The Beers You'll Be Drinking at BrewFest 2017, Early Bird Pricing Ends This Week

Brews, glorious brews.
Brews, glorious brews.
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The Houston Press and Lucky's Pub are teaming up on Saturday, May 20, at Silver Street Station for the 6th Annual BrewFest. It's one of the hottest beer events of the year, folks, and you'll want to get tickets this week.

That's because there's a price increase on Friday, April 14. Until then you can still score early-bird pricing on VIP tickets for $55 and general admission tickets for $30.

VIP tickets include early admission at 2 p.m. for ample beer sampling before the general public is let in, along with access to the VIP area with specialty and seasonal beers and complimentary appetizers.

General admission entry starts at 3 p.m. and all tickets include eight 3 oz. beer samplings, with additional sampling cards available for purchase. All guests will enjoy more than 150 craft beers, local food trucks and live music during the indoor and outdoor festival until 7 p.m. In between samples, guests can check out the Whole Foods Market Hangout and Central Auto Group Beer Garden.

All guests must be 21+, with a valid I.D. Check out the participating breweries below.

New to BrewFest 2017:

  • Cedar Creek Brewery
  • Locust Cider
  • Revolver Brewing

Returning to BrewFest 2017:

  • (512) Brewing Co
  • 11 Below Brewing
  • Austin Eastciders
  • Ballast Point Brewing Co
  • Blue Moon Brewing Co
  • Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co
  • Goliad Brewing Co
  • Guinness
  • Hops & Grain Brewing
  • Independence Brewing Co
  • Leinenkugel's Brewing Co
  • Sierra Nevada Brewing
  • Sweet Water Brewing Company
  • Under the Radar Brewery

For more information, head to BrewFest's official website, Facebook and ticket site, and don't forget to tag all your pics with #BrewFestHOU once the big day rolls around.

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