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101 Things To Do In Memphis #32: Memphis Food Truck & Craft Beer Festival

by Melissa Thompson

A festival dedicated to delicious food and beer? Sign us up!

Food Truck Festivals of America is officially bringing their festival to the Mid-South, featuring Memphis’ favorite food trucks along with regional and national craft breweries. From MEMPops to Smokin Hot BBQ and Quasi Halal Asian to Voodoo Cafe, there’s something to satisfy all of your cravings. 

  • When: Saturday, September 1st (12PM-5PM)
  • Where: Tanger Outlets (5205 Airways Blvd,Southaven)
  • Cost: $6-$25// FREE admission for Children 12 and under.

Food Truck Festivals of America was started back in 2011 with the goal of introducing communities to food trucks and supporting the local business owners who run them. As the food truck phenomenon continues to take over and food truck festivals across the US gain more and more attention, we’re excited to see more Bluff City grub getting the attention it deserves.

Purchase your tickets here.

Keep an eye out for updates and more info on the Facebook event page.

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101 Things To Do In Memphis #61: Memphis Brewfest

by Melissa Thompson

A celebration of beer - Memphis Style!

The 8th Annual Memphis Brewfest will be held Saturday, April 22, 2017 in downtown Memphis, Tennessee. We'll be celebrating great American craft beer, and the finest, most exotic beers in the world. Beers, Breweries and Beer enthusiasts from the region will gather near the bluffs of the Mississippi River on a Spring afternoon for a sampling of fresh beers of all colors, styles and tastes.

ALL net proceeds of the Memphis Brewfest benefit Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy.

What: A world beer tasting festival.

April 22, 2017, 4:00 – 7:30 P.M.

Where: The courtyard of AutoZone Park (200 Union Avenue) (the corner of Third St. and Union Ave.), Memphis, Tennessee

Admission: Tickets are now on sale. Advance tickets: $45. After noon April 15, tickets: $48. Beer tasting is included in ticket price. VIP tickets: $100 (VIP ticket privileges include express entry, a goody bag, Memphis Redbirds Club level access for rare beers and a hors d'oeuvres buffet.) A maximum of 2,000 tickets will be sold. We expect this event to sell out. Please purchase your tickets early. Festival goers will receive a sampling glass and a program including a map of where beers can be found.

Age: You must be 21 years of age to enter and sample beers. A government issued ID will be required for entry. No refunds will be issued to underage purchasers of tickets. Babies and toddlers are not allowed.

Pets and Children: Pets and/or children are not allowed.

Rain: This fest is rain or shine. In the event of rain, the fest will be moved into the concourse area of the stadium.

Safety: This is a beer tasting and appreciation event. We encourage you to drink in moderation, monitor your intake, drink plenty of water or other non-alcoholic beverage, eat frequently, and, if necessary, take a taxi to your post-fest destination. Taxis may be hired in front of the stadium or across the street at the Peabody hotel taxi stand. Or, why not make a night of it in downtown Memphis. We have negotiated favorable rates at some of the finest hotels.

Food: Food and non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase at the fest.

Entertainment: Red Letter Day

Purchase tickets here.

Learn more by visiting www.memphisbrewfest.com

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101 Things To Do In Memphis #84: Cooper-Young Regional Beerfest

by Melissa Thompson

The best beers in the South are on tap at the 6th annual Cooper-Young Regional Beerfest this Saturday, October 17, 1-5 p.m.

The BeerFest is, first and foremost, a fundraising event for the Cooper-Young Community Association. That money is spent to keep the Cooper-Young neighborhood clean, friendly, safe and welcoming. This festival is regional. That means you can visit any of the brewers within a day’s drive from Cooper-Young. The featured beers say a lot about the folks in our region, too, “hard to pigeonhole, easy to love and ready for celebration,” the CYCA reports. This festival celebrates the brewing tradition that has been alive in America since before its founding. There’s a place for big-industry beers, and we certainly enjoy them, but those beers have enjoyed decades of national attention. We want to support the hardworking local brewers who devote their time, talent and energy to making beers that are uniquely their own. Their beers reflect their tastes, their creativity, their experiences: who they are.

They have a great list of brewers lined up this year, with quite a few that have never been to Memphis before.

2015 Brewers

Leave the kids and dogs at home for this one, everybody needs to be 21 and up in order to get in. This is a rain or shine event. There will be food available for purchase from Central BBQ, Sweetgrass, and Stone Soup Cafe. Each purchased ticket will come with a mug and all you can drink during the festival.

Midtown Autowerks at 795 Cooper in Midtown. Visit www.cybeerfest.org for additional information and to purchase tickets!

 

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Memphis TN 38120
(901) 729-9526
(901) 756-8900
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