Tickets for the inaugural Craft Beer festival, as part of the Gonzales Inquirer’s inaugural Craft Beer, Wine and Art Festival they are hosting with Gonzales Main Street, are now available for purchase at the offices of the Gonzales Inquirer.
There are two different types of tickets for the Craft Beer Festival—the VIP wristbands or the Saturday general admission wristbands.
The gold-covered VIP wristbands are available for purchase at the Inquirer offices located at 622 St. Paul Street in Gonzales, Texas 78629. Cost of the VIP ticket is $50, and includes a private Friday night Come and Taste It reception featuring free beer, wine and local tastings from Gonzales eateries. Also included for the VIP wristband will be a sample glass donated by Shiner brewery, a beer mug bearing the logo of the inaugural festival, and a free koozie courtesy of the Gonzales Veterans of Foreign Wars post. Mia Hernandez, a young singing sensation with a powerful voice, will be performing at the VIP event on Friday night.
The VIP wristband also entitles the attendee to admission to the Craft Beer tent on Saturday and sample and pour tickets will be distributed at that time.
The $25 Apache orange wrist band is only good for Saturday from 11 a.m. until 8 p.m. It includes entry into the beer tent, a complimentary beer mug, and tickets for free pours and samples inside the beer tent. Two different performers will entertain on craft beer the Dave Stewart Trucking festival stage. The wristbands were sponsored by Pravel Insurance Brokerage. Other sponsors include Ken Stewart Trucking and Flare Energy.
The wine festival has a separate fee of $20 on Saturday. Those tickets will be available soon at Gonzales City Hall.