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Presale Tickets Go On Sale Today for the Houston Press BrewFest

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Ready for more beer, bands and bodacious food trucks?

Houston Press BrewFest returns Saturday, October 18 at Silver Street Station. The fourth annual event, held in conjunction with Lucky's Pub, will run from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. with indoor/outdoor beer-sampling, local food trucks and live music.

Not a beer fan? There will also be samples of various local liquors and wines, great for washing down some of that fab food truck grub. We can't yet reveal which food trucks and which bands will be joining us--or what breweries for that matter--but we can offer you a special early bird deal on tickets to this event, which always sells out.

Today (August 12) at 10 a.m. through August 14 at 10 p.m., get presale tickets for $30 (general admission) or $55 (VIP) using the promo code HPBREWS.

General admission tickets include eight 3-ounce beer samples of your choice and access to the live music and food trucks. VIP tickets include all that plus entrance to the event one hour early (at 1 p.m.) and access to a VIP room with special beer samples and complimentary food.

Should you choose to wait, you can buy tickets for the same prices starting August 15 without the use of the promo code. Or, if you're just terrible at planning ahead, you can buy GA tickets for $35 and VIP tickets for $60 Monday, September 8 at midnight through Friday, October 17 at 11:59 p.m. After that, tickets sold at the door will be $45 for GA and $70 for VIP if they're still available.

As always, BrewFest welcomes everyone ages 21 and over. Please leave the dogs and the kiddos at home.

Stay tuned for more information about participating breweries, bands and food trucks.

And in the meantime, enjoy this lovely video of last year's event, sure to get you pumped for October 18!

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