Big Texas Beer Fest is… BIG
It’s a beer fest, Texas style. And that means “large and impressive” for you foreigners.
I was tempted to go Geico commercial-style and talk about how Texans like things big but I’ll refrain. Just know that when a Texas-based events staff says an event is going to be big, is going to be big.
The Big Texas Beer Fest unites the residents of north Texas for a day of excellent beer, stellar music, and lovely spring weather. The festival pays homage to nearly 100 breweries that create the craft beers that we crave. Each brewery will bring a few of its finest labels, allowing patrons to explore over 300 beers from around the world.
A good number of the featured breweries are born, raised, and bottled in Texas. Local companies have sworn a solemn oath to provide the festival with exclusive firkins and kegs!
Your stomach will not be happy with you if you just chug beer all day, so the festival has called out some of the region’s most popular food trucks to save the day. These trucks range from artisan masterpieces to typical, fried beer accompaniments. There is something for every palate to enjoy.
Even the designated driver will love this festival! Big Texas Beer Fest has invited independently-owned soda companies to present their fizzy craft beverages. Taste the most refreshing and crisp soda pops to ever touch your tongue. There will be dozens of unique flavors to choose from.
In addition to food and drink, guests can enjoy cheese sampling stations, plenty of free stuff, and live music by local bands The O’s and Fish Fry Bingo. Check out their music online before the festival.
The Big Texas Beer Fest takes place on April 14, 2012 from 1pm-6pm in the Fair Park Automobile Building. Don’t miss it!
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