Brew Durham 4 Homebrew Festival
Saturday, May 4, 2013 from 1:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Advance ticket sales have ended!
Tickets for Session 1 can still be purchased at The Scrap Exchange retail store.
Session 2 is sold out!
If you enjoy tasting local homebrew and sampling scrumptious treats from local restaurants, then Brew Durham 4 is the event you don’t want to miss!
What: Brew Durham 4 Homebrew Festival
featuring 50 home brewed beers from area brewers
and a selection of small bites from local restaurants
When: Saturday, May 4
Session 1: 1:00-4:00 pm
Session 2: 5:00-8:00 pm
Where: The Belt Line Station at
the Cordoba Center for the Arts
923 Franklin St., Durham, 27701
Tasting Tickets: $35 in advance, $40 at the door
Designated Driver Tickets: $15 in advance, $20 at the door
Proceeds Benefit: The Scrap Exchange
Brew Durham is a beer festival that celebrates the art and craft of making home brewed beer. This event was started in 2011 by local home brewer Keil Jansen as a fundraiser to benefit The Scrap Exchange. Home brewers naturally embody a DIY and creative spirit that is also a hallmark of The Scrap Exchange mission, and the festival easily blossomed into an annual event.
The festival takes place on Belt Line Station, an old train platform that has been converted to a unique outdoor event space at The Cordoba Center for the Arts in Durham. Attendees will be invited to taste 50 types of beer crafted by 25 of the Triangle’s finest home brewers. As an added bonus, Bull City Burger and Brewery will unveil a special brew created just for this event!
Brew Durham 4 also includes a new tasty treat for ticket holders – food served by local restaurants prepared with local ingredients! Six downtown Durham restaurants have teamed up with The Scrap Exchange and brewers to provide a delicious sampling of small bite appetizers prepared specifically to accompany the home brew during the festival. Participating restaurants include: Monuts Donuts, Toast, Geer Street Garden, Dos Perros, Mateo Bar de Tapas, and Loaf. As an additional home-grown element to the festival, restaurants will be using pastured-raised pork and organic North Carolina veggies donated for the event by Farmhand Foods, and Eastern Carolina Organics (ECO).
Brew Durham 4 will include two tasting sessions:
Session 1 runs from 1:00pm-4:00pm.
Session 2 runs from 5:00pm-8:00pm.
Advance tickets cost $35 per session, and can be purchased online at brewdurham4.eventbrite.com. Want to attend the event with friends or family as a designated driver? Advance tickets for designated drivers (no alcohol) are available for $15. Small-bite appetizers are available during the event for all ticket-holders.
(Be sure to buy your tickets in advance here on Eventbrite! Tickets at the door will cost $40 for beer tasting tickets, or $20 for designated driver tickets.)
Proof of age is required for entry to the event.