Dallas Observer BrewFest

Beer Me 4-Packs to the Observers' 11th Annual BrewFest Are Now On Sale

Four-packs! On Rotation
Beer Me Four-Packs for the Observers' 11th Annual BrewFest on Sept. 11 are now on sale.

These four-packs are $128 and include four general admission tickets (a $40 savings), entry into the event at 3 p.m., 12-2 oz. beer samples and a commemorative tasting glass. (Additional sampling cards will be available for purchase at the event.)

We've confirmed almost 100 breweries, meaning there will be literally hundreds of different beers to wet your whistle. Many local favorites (Peticolas, Lakewood, Community, On Rotation, Martin House, Manhattan, Pegasus, too many to name) will be there plus some kids from out of town, like new Fort Worth resident Yuengling.

The full list of brewers is at the bottom of this post.

BrewFest will once again be held at the spacious, open-air Dallas Farmers Market on Sept. 11 from 3 - 6 p.m.

General admission tickets include 12, 2-ounce samples from hundreds of options and are $42 now but will cost more at the gate. VIP tickets are $79 and include early entry at 2 p.m. along with access to a VIP area, which has private restrooms and complimentary mixed beverage and food samples; these will also cost more on the day of the event.

Between sips, you can check out T-shirts by North Texas shop Pan Ector or watch whatever game is on at the College Football Zone by Tailgate USA.

Don’t forget that our 5th Annual Morning After Brunch with bottomless brunch bites is the next day, Sept. 12. Bonus feature: you can get The Weekender pass and attend both.

The current lineup of brewers:

903 Brewers
AleSmith Brewing Co.
AllKind Hard Kombucha
Altstadt Brewery
Armadillo Ale Works
Asahi Brewery
Athletic Brewing Co.
Austin Eastciders
Big Country Beverages
Bishop Cider Co.
Blue Moon Light Sky
Blue Norther
Boulevard Brewing Co.
Breaking Brew Meadery
Brotherwell Brewing
Cedar Creek Brewery
Community Beer Co.
Crook & Marker
Deep Ellum Brewing Co.
Division Brewing
Elenita Sparkling Mezcal
Epic Brewing Co.
False Idol Brewing
Firestone Walker Brewing Co.
Flying Embers Hard Kombucha
Four Corners Brewing Co.
Four Corners Buchalada
Fredonia Brewery
Funky Picnic Brewery & Cafe
Great Raft Brewing
Hemisphere Brewing Co.
Hop Valley Brewing
Hopfusion Ale Works
Independence Brewing Co.
Karbach Brewing Co.
Lakewood Brewing Co.
Left Hand Brewing
Legal Draft Beer Co.
Locust Cider
Lone River Ranch Water
Luck Springs
Manhattan Project Beer Co.
Martin House Brewing Co.
Merchant du Vin
Mighty Swell Spiked Seltzer
Molson Coors Beverage Co.
New Belgium Brewing Co.
New Holland Brewing
NoCoast Beer Co.
Oak Cliff Brewing Co.
Oak Highlands Brewery
Odell Brewing Co.
On Rotation Brewery & Kitchen
Oskar Blues Brewery
Owl’s Brew Boozy Tea
Panther Island Brewing
Parker County Brewing Co.
Pathfinder Brewery
Pegasus City Brewery
Peticolas Brewing Co.
Press Premium Alcohol Seltzer
Rahr & Sons Brewing
Real Ale Brewing Co.
Real Premium Hard Seltzer
Revolver Brewing Co.
Rio Fresco Hard Seltzers
Rotator Hard Smoothies
Roughtail Brewing Co.
Saint Arnold Brewing Co.
Saint Arnold Cider
Samuel Adams
San Juan Seltzery
Shiner Beer
Shiner Straight Shooter
Shotgun Seltzer
Siren Rock Brewing Co.
Soul Fire Brewing Co.
Spindletap Brewery
St. Killian Importing
Steam Theory Brewing Co.
Stone Brewing Co.
Texas Ale Project
The Bruery
Trinity Cider
True Vine Brewing Co.
TUPPS Brewery
Turning Point Beer
Vector Brewing
Vermont Hard Cider
Wild Acre Brewing Co.

The health and safety of the BrewFest and Dallas communities remain our top priority. We are working closely with local and state officials to create the safest event experience possible. As protocols continue to evolve rapidly regarding public gatherings, our guidance for best practices to be followed at the event are also evolving. Once final protocols are established, we will post all requirements for attendees to adhere to prior to the event date on our website.
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Lauren Drewes Daniels is the Dallas Observer's food editor. She started writing about local restaurants, chefs, beer and kouign-amanns in 2011. She's driven through two dirt devils and is certain they were both some type of cosmic force.