Downtown Brew Festival Announces Brewery and
Culinary Lineup for Seventh Annual “Backyard” Bash
Downtown Brew Festival, Motley Brews’ backyard beer celebration under the stars, has announced its brewery lineup for the seventh annual event, which will return to the Clark County Amphitheater on Saturday, Oct. 20. With a sell-out crowd last year, festival organizers anticipate a crowd of more than 4,000 attendees once again.
One of Las Vegas’ largest beer festivals, second to Motley Brews’ Great Vegas Festival of Beer, Downtown Brew Festival will host more than 70 breweries this year with more than 250 craft beers on tap. Local participating breweries include: PT’s Brewing Company, CraftHaus Brewery, Joseph James Brewing Company, Lovelady Brewing, Ellis Island Casino & Brewery, Big Dog’s Brewing Company, Banger Brewing and Tenaya Creek.
Out-of-state brewers will include: Lagunitas Brewing Company from Petaluma, Calif; Hop Valley Brewing from Eugene, Ore.; Bootlegger’s Brewery from Fullerton, Calif.; Squatters Pub Brewing and Wasatch Brewery from Salt Lake City; Sierra Nevada Brewing Co. from Chico, Calif; and more. A full lineup of brewers and breweries may be found on the festival website at http://downtownbrewfestival.com/about/breweries.
VIP guests will enjoy access to the VIP Pavilion Lounge, offering exclusive beers and unique cuisine samplings by Chef Mike Minor, executive chef of Border Grill and BBQ Mexicana; and Chef Errol LeBlanc, Executive Chef of Pamplona Cocktails & Tapas. Culinary offerings from Tacotarian, A Family Secret and others and will be available at Downtown Brew Festival’s “Festaurant Row” for all general admission and early entry attendees.
Tickets to Downtown Brew Festival start at $40 plus fees for general admission, which include access to the event from 5 to 9 p.m. along with a tasting glass, unlimited beer samples and more. Early admission tickets are also available, with entry at 4 p.m. and access to exclusive beers, priced at $50 plus fees. VIP Pavilion tickets are available for $90 plus a service fee and include early entry at 4 p.m. Tickets are limited and available now at www.downtownbrewfestival.com.
About Motley Brews:
Founded in 2010, Motley Brews was created for locals, breweries and brew fans alike to share great libations in a true local setting. Motley Brews develops beer-centric festivals and events throughout the Southwest, including San Diego, Las Vegas and Pasadena, Calif. Motley Brews’ annual Great Vegas Festival of Beer, founded in 2011, is Nevada’s largest craft beer festival. More information about Motley Brews is on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @MotleyBrews, or on its website at http://motleybrews.com.