Brownsville Beerfest

plan your trip

What are the two most exciting words when planning an outing with friends?? 
ROAD TRIP!!!!
What a better road trip to plan with your buds than to Brownsville BeerFest.  Here are a few tips to make your beer trip more enjoyable:
Operating Hours at Brownsville BeerFest are from 6pm to MidnightGeneral Admission tickets and V.I.P. tickets are available online.  Get your GA and VIP tickets now as this event will sell out.
We’ll be waiting for you!
The entrance to the festival is located on Cummings Pl.  DO NOT FORGET TO DOWNLOAD YOUR SITE MAP BEFORE YOU ARRIVE!!
Facilities are accessible to wheelchairs. If you need assistance please contact your friendly neighborhood Brownsville BeerFest Brew Crew member.
Sorry, no outside food or drinks are permitted on the festival grounds. Lawn chairs and blankets are permitted on festival grounds. Backpacks are permitted only after security screening.
Please help us maintain Dean Porter Park clean and dispose of your trash properly.  Trash cans can be found throughout the festival grounds.
Directions
Brownsville BeerFest takes place at Dean Porter Park.  The park is conveniently located off US Expressway 77/83 in Brownsville (of course).  Located at 501 Ringgold St., Brownsville, Texas and is easy to access from Expressway 77/83. From 77/83 take the 6th Street exit and proceed to Ringgold St., turn right and the festival grounds are on the right hand side. Although there are many family-friendly palaces to visit in the Mitte Cultural District including the Camille Playhouse, the Children’s Museum, the Costumes of the Americas Museum, Sam’s Memorial Pool, the Gladys Porter Zoo and the Brownsville Museum of Fine Arts; we do want to remind you that Brownsville BeerFest is a 21 and over only event and that entrance into the festival grounds by minors, is prohibited after 6pm.
Book your Hotel
Book your hotel room now by visiting the Brownsville Convention and Visitors Bureau.  Some hotels may be offering special Brownsville BeerFest rates. Check listing for participating hotels.  REMINDER it’s white wing hunting season in the RGV so hotel rooms do get booked up quickly.  Reserve your room today!
Prepare for the Weather
The subtropical weather in the Rio Grande Valley during the Fall months is mostly warm and sunny with temperatures in the 80s during the day and evening temperatures in 70s.  We encourage you to utilize weather appropriate clothing and wear comfortable shoes made for walking, but do pack an umbrella for the occasional uninvited shower.
Before Last Call!
Don’t forget to stock up on your Brownsville BeerFest koozies and things.  If you need assistance driving home please contact your friendly neighborhood Brownsville BeerFest Brew Crew member. Taxis are also available on-site.  PLEASE DRINK RESPONSIBLY AND DON’T DRIVE DRUNK! PLEASE DRINK RESPONSIBLY AND DON’T DRIVE DRUNK! PLEASE DRINK RESPONSIBLY AND DON’T DRIVE DRUNK!

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