Hops in the Hills Craft Beer Festival

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Hops in the Hills Craft Beer Festival

2023 Hops in the Hills Craft Beer Festival... The Celebration of Fermentation in the Smoky Mountains

By Smoky Mountain Tourism Development Authority

When and where

Date and time

June 23 · 5pm - June 24 · 9pm EDT


325 Court Street Downtown Maryville, TN Maryville Greenbelt Amphitheatre 325 Court St, Maryville, Tn 37804 Maryville, TN 37804

About this event

  • 1 day 4 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Join us for the 2023 Hops in the Hills Craft Brew Festival..... A Celebration of Fermentation.

This yearly craft beer festival celebrates the science and agriculture of the region by showcasing the area's finest artisan brews. Beer, food and music enthusiasts alike will gather to enjoy the celebration. Come sample some of the best brews in the region... with the Great Smoky Mountains as your backdrop.

Hops in the Hills also allows guests to enjoy historic Maryville, Tennessee, which serves as the gateway to the Smokies. The event is part of the Summer on Broadway celebration, a series of events to celebrate the summer season.

Early-bird tickets: only $65 through March 31st!

Pre-ticket sales online are $75 per person- which includes unlimited craft beer tastings, food, the event t-shirt and sticker.

DD tickets include: non-alcoholic beverages, food, event t-shirt and sticker.

Friday night's craft beer crawl runs from 6-10 p.m. Tickets are $15.



NO PETS (Dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, & peacocks....etc.)

Rain or shine event.


Friday night Brew Crawl (6-10 p.m.) June 23, 2023

Saturday Hops in the Hills (5-9 p.m.) June 24, 2023

Purchase or use of this tickets grants permission to the Blount Partnership to use any photos and/or videos of myself taken at the Hops in the Hills Festival for publications, news release, online, and in other communications related to the mission of the Blount Partnership.

About the organizer

The Smoky Mountain Tourism Development Authority’s efforts are directed toward attracting tourism business to the area, providing authentic experiences for the traveling public and being a good neighbor to Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  Through the operation of welcome centers, the SMTDA informs tourists of accommodations and attractions and works with local businesses, travel writers, travel agents and tour operators. The SMTDA is wholly funded by the county’s hotel/motel tax.