Beer Festivals

A Preview of Houston Press BrewFest [Plus a Ticket Giveaway!]

On Saturday, May 20th, the sixth annual Houston Press BrewFest will be held at Silver Street Studios. The festival will include over 150 beers, food trucks, and an indoor and outdoor music festival, as well as a Whole Foods Market sponsored hangout area and a Central Auto Group sponsored beer garden.

A General Admission ticket gets you in the door at 3pm and access to 8 – 3 oz. beer samplings (with the ability to purchase more beer tickets at the event.) The VIP ticket gets you in the door an hour earlier and gives you access to the VIP area with specialty and seasonal beers, as well as free appetizers. They even gave us a promo code which extends the early bird ticket prices for a few more weeks.

General Admission: $35 (use code GUIDE for $5 off)
VIP Tickets: $60 (used code GUIDE for $5 off)
Beer Me Pack: which is 4 General Admission tickets for $100 (just $25 per ticket)

Ticket Link


Ticket Giveaway:

BrewFest has given us 2 General Admission tickets to give away to our readers. Between now and April 29th, follow us on Instagram (@houstonbeer) and include both our username and #BrewFestHOU in the caption of your photos. We’ll pick our favorite photo and announce the winner on our Instagram on Monday, May 1st.

There’s no limit to the number of entries, just make sure they meet the criteria!


The recap video they made from last year’s event should give you a great idea of what to expect: beer, games, food, and fun.

Beer & Brewery List:

We’ll keep the list updated as breweries announce what they will be bringing.

  • 512 Brewing Company
  • 11 Below Brewing
  • Adelbert’s Brewery
  • Alamo Beer Company
  • Alaskan BrewingCompany
  • Arrogant Brewing
  • Austin Eastciders
    • Blood Orange
    • Original
    • Pineapple
  • B-52 BrewingCompany
  • Blue Moon
  • Ballast Point Brewing & Spirits
    • Sculpin
    • Grapefruit Sculpin
    • Bonito Blonde
    • Sour Wench
    • Victory at Sea Variant
  • Brash Brewing Company
  • Buffalo Bayou Brewing Company
  • Cedar Creek Brewery
  • Community Beer Company
  • Deep Ellum Brewing Company
  • Dogfish Head Craft Brewed Ales
  • Founders Brewing Company
  • Goliad Brewing Company
  • Green Flash
  • Guinness
    • Guinness Draught
    • Guinness Blonde Americal Lager
    • Guinness Irish Wheat
  • Holler Brewing Company
    • Holler IPA
  • Hops & Grain
    • A Pale Mosaic
    • The One They Call Zoe
    • Greenhouse IPA
    • Dispensary IPA
  • Independence Brewing Company
    • Stash IPA
    • Illustrated Man
    • Power & Light
    • Liberty Lunch
    • RedBud Berliner Weisse
  • Lagunitas Brewing Company
  • Left Hand Brewing Company
  • Leinenkeugel’s
  • Locust Cider
    • Dark Cherry Hard Cider
    • Sweet Aged Apple Hard Cider
    • Hootenanny Vanilla Hard Cider
  • Odell Brewing Company
  • Revolver Brewing
  • Sierra Nevada
    • Pale Ale
    • Sidecar Pale Ale
    • Tropical Torpedo IPA
  • St. Killian Importing
  • Stone Brewing Company
  • Sweetwater Brewing Company
    • 420
    • Blue
    • Grass Monkey
  • Under the Radar Brewery
  • Unibroue
  • Victory Brewing Company
  • Whole Foods Market Brewing Company





Josh is an Aerospace Engineer and an avid homebrewer. When he's not designing airplanes, he enjoys long walks on the beach, experimenting with fermentation, and drinking craft beer.

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