Brewmasters is one foodie event I look forward to every single year, because it’s a chance to discover local brew, and take a fun trip down to Galveston Island for the weekend and just have a little bit of fun. I love the educational aspects of the event, and people get SO into it with fun beer-themed costumes – it’s just all around fun! I also don’t get to drink beer a lot since I was diagnosed with diabetes and I err on the side of low carbs more often.
You can join fellow craft beer lovers August 31 through September 2 for the 9th Annual BrewMasters Craft Beer Festival, which was voted as one of the top three beer festivals in America by USA TODAY readers. Head over to my Instagram to enter for a chance to win a pair of passes!
This foam-filled weekend features a stellar line-up of beer education and experiences hundreds of beers, Taste It First selections and events like the Texas BreweryTasting Tour, BrewHaHa Grand Tasting
Okay, so brewmasters
- You want to find new ways to drink beer. Learn how to pair your favorite craft beer with chocolate in a special VIP experience hosted by Xocolla, a craft chocolate maker based out of Sugar Land where you’ll taste handcrafted world-class single origin chocolate made in small batches from bean to bar alongside craft beer.
- You’ve been dying to start your own craft beer cellar. Pick up tips from industry leaders like Rassul Zarinfar, founder
andCEO of Buffalo Bayou Brewing who’ll guide you on the cellaring process.
- You are new to the craft beer scene. It’s a great way to meet the brewers and taste a variety of styles to find one you really like. What’s on Tap Radio will guide guests on uncommon and unusual styles of beer sharing samples as well.
- You love exclusive tastings. Brewmasters
providesrare and never before tasted selections—called Taste It First–brewed exclusively for unveiling at this event.
- It’s a Texas-size opportunity to rub elbows with fellow craft beer lovers at one of the nation’s best beer festivals and soak in the sunsets in Galveston.
I can’t tell you how much I’ve enjoyed this festival in the past, and how much fun the weekend is. You’ll learn so many things