Beer, Bourbon and Brisket Festival September 28

brisketby Steven Doyle

Jack FM just announced the inaugural Beer, Bourbon & Brisket Festival which will be held Saturday, Sept. 28 from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. at Panther Island Pavilion, 395 Purcey St.

The event is BYOT (Bring Your Own Tube), for cooling off in the river while sampling BBQ.  Vendors will include Daddy Rex’s Twisted BBQ, Holmes Smokehouse, North Main BBQ, Smokey’s BBQ, Robust Energy Drink, Unpredictable Snow Cones and Sam Adams.

The craft beer and bourbon tasting tent will feature beer sampling by Samuel Adams, Deep Ellum Brewing Company, Community Beer Company, Lakewood Brewing Company, Mendocino Brewing Company and Woodchuck Hard Cider.  Spirit samples will include Angels’ Envy Kentucky Bourbon, Forty Creek Whiskey and Texas Silver Star Whiskey.   

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The main stage will feature live music by Jace Everett, Somebody’s Darling and Whiskey Folk. DJ Moxie will spin on the waterfront stage.

General admission is $10 in advance; A $25 advance ticket includes sampling coupons for the craft beer and bourbon tasting tent.  A variety of food items and beverages will also be available for purchase.

The event is open to all ages, however, attendees must be at least 21 to participate in the craft beer and bourbon tastings.  Beer, Bourbon & Brisket Festival is presented by 100.3 Jack FM. Tickets are on sale now, and more information is available at the event website.

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