Another great opportunity for Triangle beer lovers to taste the region’s finest home brewed beer while supporting a great cause! BrewDurham is a beer festival celebrating homebrewers from Durham, NC and surrounding areas, and the beer that they make! This event is organized by Keil Jansen and proceeds will benefit The Scrap Exchange, a nonprofit creative reuse center in Durham. BrewDurham will include two sessions on Saturday March 31, 2012. Session 1 runs from 1-4 pm. Session 2 runs from 5-8 pm. The festival will include food trucks, music and of course, beer. The Triangle’s finest homebrewers are bringing 60+ beer types for your tasting and enjoyment.
The Scrap Exchange, 923 Franklin Street – Durham, NC (Google Map)
Saturday, March 31st
Session #1: 1-4 pm
Session #2: 5-8 pm
Tickets are on sale now! Link to buy tickets
Tickets are $30 per person with $5 Designated Driver/Non-drinking tickets also available.
Chirba Chirba Dumplings and Pie Pushers will be on location to satisfy your food desires. In addition, LOAF will be baking pretzels to amp up the FestVibe. Durham’s newest food truck, Monut’s Donuts will be onsite making donuts for everyone!
Music: To be announced soon!
At last count, there were more than 70 different beers registered to be available at BrewDurham! You can view the list of beers here.
There will be parking available at the event, but we’d love to see people using the Bull City Connector to get downtown to keep the party alive! The BCR runs every 20 minutes on Saturday and will take you downtown past The Pinhook and Motorco and The Cookery, home of many of Durham’s finest food trucks.
To get an idea what the event is like, check out this video from the inaugural Brew Durham event held back in 2011: