The Sevierville Commons Association has teamed up with the Smoky Mountain Homebrewers for the 1st Annual Bruce Street Brewfest.
The event will be held on Saturday, October 22, 2016, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. in downtown Sevierville and will feature craft beers from around the region. This year’s Brewfest is expected to include over 30 local home and professional brewers, including Gatlinburg Brewing Company, Cold Fusion Brewing, Saw Works Brewing Company, YeeHaw Brewing Company and more.
A section of Bruce Street will close for the event, so downtown Sevierville will turn into an outdoor beer tasting garden with delicious food and live music. There will be a People’s Choice competition among homebrewers that will include up to 100 different beers as well as a cornhole tournament that afternoon.
“We are excited about the Bruce Street Brewfest, and we hope it’s a step closer to seeing more community events even beyond craft beer, like arts, music and other festivals, in the downtown Sevierville area,” said Michael Johnson, chair of the Bruce Street Brewfest Committee. “We also want to extend a thank you to the generous sponsors of this year’s event Gatlinburg Brewing Company, Sunshine Outdoor Living and Laundry Systems of Tennessee.”
Tickets are on sale now! Tickets are $40 per person. Admission includes great beer, food and live entertainment. You can save 10% when you purchase tickets online using the code “save10” from now through September 5, 2016. The event is expected to sell out, so advance ticket purchases are recommended. This event is a 21 and over event. All proceeds will benefit local charities.
Interested in having your beer at the Bruce Street Brewfest? Submit your entry to the People’s Choice competition.
The Sevierville Commons Association was founded in 2013 and includes the area between the branches of the Little Pigeon River in downtown Sevierville, TN as well as the businesses and landowners who support it. The Sevierville Commons Association focuses on improving the downtown Sevierville area.