Nevadafest 2017 Craft Beer Festival
Brews for Days: Enjoy unlimited tastings at Nevadafest 2017 Craft Beer Festival
RENO, Nev., July 25, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Live music, food trucks, all-you-can-drink beer samples by local craft brewers. Sounds like an absolutely perfect Saturday afternoon. The Nevada Craft Beer Association presents Nevadafest 2017 Craft Beer Festival, a celebration of Nevada craft beer for the masses.
WHAT: Nevadafest 2017 Craft Beer Festival
WHEN: September 30, 2017, Noon to 1 p.m. VIP Early Entry, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. General Admission
WHERE: Wingfield Park, Downtown Reno, East Island
TICKETS: $65 VIP Early Entry (includes VIP Early Entry, unlimited beer tasting, food truck meal voucher and t-shirt); $45 Pre Sale General Admission before 9/1 (includes unlimited beer tasting and food truck meal voucher); $55 General Admission after 9/1 (includes unlimited beer tasting and food truck meal voucher)
Event proceeds will benefit Nevada Craft Brewers Association in their mission to unite all of the state's brewers spreading the message that Nevadans produce world-class brews and beverages.
"Whether it’s a smooth ale, zingy IPA or super chocolaty stout, this is the perfect place to sample the area's finest beers and find your favorite," says Daniel Kulikowski, Event Organizer. "It will surely be a great party bringing Nevada's breweries together for an event celebrating all things barley and hops."
Tickets can be purchased at nvfest.com.
The Nevada Craft Brewers Association offers Nevada brewers options to make the business of beer more friendly and competitive. What this means to the consumer is better beer and more of it. The organization offers educational materials and services, special events and brewery tours to keep locals and tourists informed about the newest in Nevada craft beer. Locally made craft beer is a well-known draw for visitors, as well as a stimulus to city and neighborhood economies. With a unified effort, Nevada breweries will continue to enhance their position as a national attraction bringing more visitors to enjoy Nevada and once again see that the state has so much to offer beyond its glitzy image.
Source: Nevada Craft Brewers Association