Celebrate Houston’s craft beers at Watson’s Brew Fest

Photo courtesy of Watson's House of Ales

Head over to Watson’s in the Energy Corridor to sample delicious craft beers at the 4th annual Watson’s Brew Fest on Sunday, July 3, 2016 from 2pm to 6pm.

Houston’s favorite local breweries are coming together on Watson’s 3,500-square foot patio for an Independence Day Weekend edition of the popular annual beer festival, with live music by Obsolete August.

Tickets include a Guinness t-shirt, Backyard Brew pint glass (while supplies last), samples of the various beers participating, and a “Brew Your Own Beer” class with Texas Home Brewers. Live music will be provided by artist Obsolete August.

Participating Breweries

Attendees will get beer tastings for $25 (if purchased in advance), allowing them to access the flavorful beers from the good folks at 11 Below, 8th Wonder, Back Pew, No Label, Karbach, Cyclers, Saint Arnold, Goliad Brewing, and Town in City Brewing. Also on hand will be (512) Brewing from Austin.

Everyone will vote on their favorite brews and the top three picks will be featured on Watson’s taps throughout the rest of July.

4th Annual Watson’s Brew Fest at Watson’s House of Ales 


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