Win Tickets to Brenner’s 2011 Beer Festival!

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Once again Houston-area beer lovers and connoisseurs are invited to sample over 50 artisan brews paired with chef-crafted culinary delights at the 2011 Brenner’s Beer Festival on Saturday, October 8, hosted on the grounds of Brenner’s Steakhouse on the Bayou, just off Memorial Drive at 1 Birdsall Lane in Houston.Brenner's 2001 Beer Festival

Breweries will showcase their fall seasonal brews including Oktoberfest and Double Bocks. We had a great time tasting beers like Texas’ own Saint Arnold’s and Real Ale as well as Stone Brewing Company (makers of Arrogant Bastard) at last year’s event. To get a flavor of the festival check out a scene from last year’s event (below) and read our review here: Beer Fest: Arrogant Bastards and Lusty Wenches!

Saint Arnold’s will be back this year along with Samuel Adams, Real Ale, Shiner and Southern Star. Joining are Abita, Deschutes, Harpoon, Independence, Left Hand, North Coast and the former Milwaukee, Wisconsin brew now owned by Miller Brewing out of Los Angeles, Pabst Blue Ribbon.

This year Houston residents have a chance to win tickets to the event, and in addition can enter to win a special beer dinner at the restaurant. The contest releases a clue on the Brenner’s on the Bayou Facebook page, with the remaining two clues to be released on Monday, September 26 and Monday, October 3. Ticket hunters will be led to a specific destination in Houston to find the tickets. To win, the winner must be the first person to find and claim the tickets per the instructions on the Brenner’s on the Bayou Facebook page.

Full contest details can be found on Facebook at facebook.com/brennersonthebayou.

Admission for the event is $50 (plus tax) per person in advance and $65 (plus tax) per person at the door. $100 VIP tickets also available and include special access to The Reserve Room. Tickets are available for purchase online at http://www.brennerssteakhouse.com/bayou/beerFest.asp or by calling (713) 868-4444. Dress is “resort casual” (although we saw all sorts of attire last year,) and comfortable shoes. Ladies, no heels — the hills are steep, and you’ll look silly rolling down them. Must be 21 to enter – make sure you have a valid picture ID.

About Amy Corron Power

A licensed attorney, Amy is a wine-lover, foodie, photographer, political junkie and award-winning author who writes about Wine, Food, Beer & Spirits. As Managing Editor & Tasting Director for Another Wine Blog, she travels all over the world's wine regions to share her experiences with her readers and nearly 10,000 twitter fans. She holds certifications from International Sommelier Guild, regularly attends Houston Sommelier Association events and is currently studying for her California Wine Appellation Specialist certification through the San Francisco Wine School.
  • http://www.bottlesandmore.com Jim

    I’m there!