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The Phoenix Brewers Invitational Festival provides the Arizona craft beer scene and the city of Phoenix with a signature event to help generate awareness of our developing craft beer culture. Situated in the heart of downtown Phoenix, it is an ideal venue for anyone interested in enjoying craft beers. The festival will showcase the soul of Arizona's active craft beer community and scores of award-winning beers.
General Admission Ticket: Admission into the festival grounds is free, In order to consume beer, purchase of a 2012 souvenir mug is required and costs $10. Beer is purchased with wooden tokens. Tokens cost $1 each. Patrons pay four tokens for a full 12oz. pour or one token for a 3oz. tasting.
* Event begins at noon each day
* Event ends at 10pm each day
* Drink tokens purchases and all guests must be age 21 or older (Valid picture ID must be presented at entry)
* Token & mug sales close one half hour prior to the taps shutting off
* This is a rain or shine event; no refunds or transfers allowed
* No outside food or beverage (one sealed water bottle water per person allowed)
The Phoenix Brewers Invitational Festival exists to provide an opportunity for people to sample and learn about a variety of craft beer styles from across the country. Sixty-one breweries from all parts of the nation offer more than 60 styles of handcrafted brews during the two day event.
The Phoenix Brewers Invitational Festival will also include a “Get Crafty” VIP area that will offer sponsors and festival participants a high-end experience with some of the rarest craft beers available in the state of Arizona.
The festival’s focus is craft beer, but we will also offer Arizona based wine and spirits. The event features live music, beer-related vendors, beer memorabilia displays, home brewing demonstrations and a variety of local foods. In addition, we will also feature an Arizona craft root beer garden, offering complimentary handcrafted sodas for minors and designated drivers.
The Phoenix Brewers Invitational Festival encourages responsible drinking and urges patrons to take advantage of the Metro Light Rail with stops, located just blocks away from the festival. Whether you arrive by bus, train, taxi, or car just don’t drink and drive!