KATY, TX (October xx, 2018) –Discounted general admission tickets and special packages for the 2019 Wild West Brew Fest in Katy are now on sale offering early bird savings up to $15 per person to North America’s Top Beer Festival for three years running.
The 2019 Wild West Brew Fest is slated for Saturday, April 27 from 3 – 9 p.m. in the parking lot of Katy Mills Mall where 150 of the nation’s top specialty craft brewers will present more than 600 craft brews in tented themed beer zones, beer gardens and a climate-controlled Hop House stocked with up to 50 rare beers.
Now through December 31, 2018, general admission tickets with a sampling card for 12, two-ounce pours are $30. After the early bird period, general admission is $45 per person.
Early bird VIP tickets ($75 per person before December 31, 2018 and $95 starting January 1, 2019) allow for a one-hour early entry and admission to the Wild West Brew Fest Hop House where guests will enjoy rare pours, musical entertainment, food and private seating areas.
Early bird pricing also is available for packages including admission to the April 26 Wild West Brew Fest Launch Party, discounted hotel overnight stays and round-trip transportation to the event, festival merchandise, glassware and a home brew starter kit for the aspiring brewmaster. Hotel rooms can be booked off the WWBF site and are encouraged as they are directly on property.
All discounted, early bird tickets and special packages can be purchased at wildwestbrewfest.com.
Back for the 2019 Wild West Brew Fest is the popular High Octane Zone with beers over 7.5% Alcohol By Volume, Texas Craft Brew Zone sponsored by HEB, various party zones featuring live music, shade and excellent beer, and an exclusive beer garden hosted by Katy’s No Label Beer. New areas also are planned with additional shaded seating, bars along with food trucks and game zones.
Organizers estimate crowds at last year’s Wild West Brew Fest reached 8,000 with roughly 20 percent traveling to the event from San Antonio and Austin.
Presented by the Rotary Club of Katy, all net profits from Wild West Brew Fest benefit local charities. Since its inception in 2011, the event has contributed more than $700,000 to organizations providing support for children’s cancer patients, emergency food assistance for families in need, temporary housing for veterans suffering from PTSD and other worthwhile causes.