A new craft beer festival is on tap in Louisville and will include more than 200 craft beers, food trucks, live music, and more.
Louisville’s Frazier History Museum is hosting its inaugural beer festival on Saturday, August 7 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
More than 200 craft beers will be on tap at the festival, provided by brewers from the Kentucky Guild of Brewers, which represents over 90 brewers, as well dozens of brewers from out of state.
“With over 200 specialty beers, food trucks, live music, and Kentucky pride spilling over with each tasting, this promises to be one of the largest beer tasting events in Kentucky,” said Frazier President and CEO Andy Treinen.
Music line up
Kentucky musicians will provide the night’s entertainment. Northern Kentucky’s Brother Smith will open the show with its one-of-a-kind mix of country, funk, and soul. Next up will be Eric Bolander, a Lexington singer-songwriter and a native of the Appalachian foothills of Eastern Kentucky.
How to get tickets
General admission and VIP tickets are available from the Frazier Museum. VIP perks include access to the Gateway Garden and the museum’s interior, including three floors of galleries and exhibitions as well as early festival access, dozens of additional beers, and more for $80. A general admission ticket is also available for $55. Both tickets include up to 40 two-ounce tastings with discounted admission sales underway through July 9. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit fraziermuseum.org/beerfest.
Discounted tickets available
A discount will be applied at checkout if you purchase 2+ tickets. This offer is only offered now through July 9.
Buy 2 General Admission - $99
Buy 2 VIP Garden Ticket sponsored by Middle of Town Cycling - $149
$55 General Admission
$80 VIP Garden Ticket sponsored by Middle of Town Cycling Includes:
- General Admission benefits
- 2 – 3 p.m. Early Access
- Separate Festival Entrance Into Beer Garden
- Access to Frazier’s Gateway Garden & Dozens of Additional Beer Options
- Indoor Access to the Museum Exhibitions & Museum Store
- Indoor Bathrooms
More about The Frazier
The Frazier, located at 829 West Main Street, Louisville, Kentucky, is a history museum located in the West Main District of downtown Louisville.
An affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, the Frazier documents and reinterprets stories from history using artifacts, exhibitions, and live interpretations written and performed daily by a talented staff of teaching artists. With the opening of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail Welcome Center and the Spirit of Kentucky exhibit in 2018, the Frazier became the official starting point of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail.
The Kentucky Guild of Brewers exists to act as a singular voice and advocate for the Kentucky brewing industry in all pertinent matters of legislation and governmental administration; to evenly promote all member breweries through the organization of events and publication of media; and to amalgamate the knowledge and economic sway of member breweries.
The Guild is organized and operated exclusively for nonprofit purposes.
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