NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The 2018 Tennessee Beer and Wine Festival returns noon to 5 p.m. Oct. 20 at Two Rivers Mansion at 3130 McGavock Pike, Donelson, TN 37214.
The annual outdoor event will feature an extensive list of breweries and an assortment of wines, food vendors and live entertainment. The nonprofit festival raises funds for local organizations in the Hermitage and Donelson communities.
The festival’s brewery lineup includes favorites Jackalope Brewing Company, Black Abbey Brewing Company, Blackstone Brewing Company, Highland Brewing Company, Hi-Wire Brewing, Founders Brewing and Ballast Point Brewing Company. In addition, guests are invited to stroll along the beautiful grounds of Two Rivers Mansion while enjoying local musical talent and a variety of food and artisan vendors. Food vendors include Little Cancun on the Go and Smokin’ Bowls, along with burgers and bratwursts. This year’s festival will also feature a biergarten sponsored by Bavarian Bierhaus, which includes food and beer tastings.
Guests can purchase tickets prior to the event for $40 and onsite for $50. Designated driver tickets are offered for $15. Tickets include access to the event, samples of beer and wine, a commemorative tasting glass and an invite to the event’s official after party at Scoreboard Sports Bar & Grill. Free parking at the event is available for all attendees.
For more information, visit www.tennesseebeerandwinefestival.com.
The festival is made possible by generous event sponsors, including presenting sponsors Wealth Strategy Partners and Ryman Entertainment. Supporting sponsors include John C. Hobbs Re/Max Carriage House, BigMeanKitty.com, Bush Insurance Agencies, Scoreboard Sports Bar & Grill and Freeman.
About the Tennessee Beer and Wine Festival
The Tennessee Beer and Wine Festival is held the third Saturday in October at Two Rivers Mansion. More than 2,000 enthusiastic beer and wine tasters show up for a great afternoon featuring more than 30 local, national and international breweries with a selection of approximately 100 beers to taste along with more than 90 wines. The festival raises money for many non-profits while promoting the Donelson-Hermitage area. For more information, visit www.tennesseebeerandwinefestival.com.
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