Flying Saucer BeerFeasts

WHERE
· Triangle Park, 4600 Guadalupe St.
WHEN
· Saturday, October 19, 2013
TIME
· 1-7p

BeerFeast will feature dozens of breweries and different craft beers carefully selected by Flying Saucer’s own resident beer gurus. Tickets to BeerFeast 2013 are $30 and available to purchase now at Flying Saucer or online at www.Beerfeast2013.com. Members of Flying Saucer’s UFO Club and members of the American Home Brewers Association can purchase tickets at the discounted price of $25 at any time prior to the festival. Ticket price will increase day-of-event to $40 at the door (if not sold out).

Ticket purchase includes admission to the festival; a 2013 BeerFeast tasting glass; and a tasting card good for 12 samples of any of the festival beers. A very limited number of VIP tickets are also available for purchase online only prior to the festival for $65, and like last year, are expected to sell out quickly. In addition to the tasting card and glass, VIP tickets include admission to the festival one hour prior to the general public; a food voucher; a BeerFeast T-shirt; and a pair of BeerFeast sunglasses. Also, all VIP ticket holders will have access to a VIP-only line for the rare-brew tappings. Additional 12-sample

 Taster cards will be available for purchase by all VIP and general admission ticket holders for only $5 on the day of the festival. Designated driver tickets can be purchased for $15, and include admission to the festival and complimentary soft drinks.

This year’s BeerFeast fun is only for those 21 and older who have purchased a ticket to attend. For more information, email info@Beerfeast2013.com.

Flying Saucer has been a pioneer on the craft beer scene since they opened the doors of their original location in Fort Worth, Texas, in 1995. This family-owned beer joint has 16 locations throughout Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina and Missouri. Flying Saucer offers more than 250 beers with a full spectrum of brewing styles handpicked for each unique market. They do not franchise because they want it done right. Learn more at www.beerknurd.com.

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