Discover unique suds and ales when the Village of Baytowne Wharf at Sandestin presents the 12th Annual Baytowne Wharf Beer Fest Oct. 11 and 12. American specialty beers from around the nation will be available for participants to sample and savor.
The main event on Saturday, Oct. 12, features more than 200 domestic and international craft beers. Brewery representatives will be on hand, offering an opportunity to learn about the different types of lagers and ales from a variety of styles.
The Village provides the perfect backdrop for fun in the sun and strolling the charming streets while enjoying live music and a wide range of beer. It makes for a very memorable experience for tourists and locals.
The Baytowne Beer Festival is a “pitcher” perfect reason for a getaway or staycation with special discounted accommodation packages. Sandestin makes it easy with great offers. Use code Beer19 for accommodation and ticket discounts at www.baytownebeerfestival.com.
Schedule of Events
FRIDAY, OCT. 11
Beer from Around Here
This year’s event promises to be better than ever. Sample local breweries and homebrews and taste delicious appetizers from merchants in the Village’s Events Plaza, and enjoy live music by The Blenders.
SATURDAY, OCT. 12
Slick Lips Seafood & Oyster House, 1-2 PM
The VIP event showcases exclusive beer tastings and great food, and your ticket is all-inclusive for Saturday’s events.
Craft Beer Tasting
The main event features more than 40 breweries, offering close to 200 domestic and international craft beers for sampling. Brewery representatives will discuss the different types of lagers and ales, teaching about the variety of styles. All ticket holders will be provided a Baytowne Wharf Beer Fest tasting glass for sampling.
Plus—live music from Beachcomber Music Award winners The Luke Langford Band from 2 to 4 PM, followed by The Shakedown from 4:30 to 6:30.
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