July 30 – August 2, 2015
Mammoth Lakes, CA – 19th Annual Mammoth Festival of Beers & Bluesapalooza
“The Mammoth Festival of Beers and Bluespalooza was started 20 years ago by Sam Walker in the parking lot of Whiskey Creek with just ten breweries and a handful of beer lovers. With BBQ ribs on the grill and a local garage band playing on the roof of the restaurant, it was a fun beginning! The idea behind the event was simple—have fun and introduce Mammoth to the joys of handcrafted beers. The second year we threw in some real blues bands and a lot more breweries and we’ve never looked back. From these humble beginnings, the festival is now recognized as one of the best beer and blues festivals in the United States. FUN has always been, and continues to be, our top priority!”
For complete festival information, visit Mammoth Festival of Beers & Bluesapalooza’s webpage.
August 1, 2015
Denver, CO – Sesh Fest
“We can’t find a real definition for session beers, but we here at Sesh Fest define them as any beer under 5% ABV with a balance of flavor between hops and malt and a clean, crisp finish all combine to give a beer high drinkability. The real purpose of session beers is to allow all the beer lovers out there (we know there are a ton of us!) to enjoy multiple flavorful beers in one sitting without feeling the overwhelming effects of alcohol.
We found this new trend in brewing fantastic, and of course, our friends at the Colorado Brewers Guild did as well. So, naturally, we teamed up with them to bring you Sesh Fest last year! This year we return for summer’s best beer event held at the Sculpture Park on August 1. With Denver’s most delicious food trucks, art, lawn games, and music to complement the Colorado craft beer, Sesh Fest was the perfect way to celebrate both Colorado’s local breweries and the joys of summer. All the breweries participating are listed below. Get your ticket before they sell out!”
For full brewery list and more information on session beers, visit Sesh Fest’s event page.
August 7, 2015
Buffalo, NY – Buffalo BrewFest
“Please join us Friday, August 7th as we proudly carry on our tradition of helping worthy causes by indulging in our love of quality beer from some of the world’s best breweries. We have something for every taste as Western New Yorkers will have the opportunity to sample some of the best craft beer from local and regional craft brewers while helping a local non-profit organization. All proceeds from the event benefit Buffalo Hearing & Speech Center.
The 2015 Buffalo Brewfest is a true “beer tasting”. This is where you can compare the various styles of beer side by side and discover what you really enjoy. It’s also the perfect opportunity to show your friends or relatives who have been drinking the same brand of beer since 1979 how much they have been missing.”
Additional information about the event, tickets, and the Buffalo Hearing & Speech Center can be found at Buffalo BrewFest.
August 9-16, 2015
Washington, D.C. – DC Beer Week
“DC Beer Week is a celebration of good beer in the National Capital Region from conception to consumption and everyone and everything in between. DC Beer Week aims to educate all on good beer through various events and seminars from August 9th through the 16th.”
For additional information, visit DC Beer Week’s webpage
August 10-12, 2015
Seattle, WA – Seattle International Beerfest
“SIB is a high end 3-day festival specializing in rare, hard-to-find, exotic beers. Each year our goal is to showcase over 220 of the very best we can find, no matter what the cost or where they’re from. Stroll around our beautiful grounds with a cold one as you listen to great bands play all weekend.”
Visit Seattle International Beerfest 2015’s website for complete information.
August 22, 2015
Papillion, NE – The Great Nebraska Beer Fest
“The Great Nebraska Beer Fest is a true regional beer fest in that we’re drawing in never-before-seen brewers and their beers to join us. A celebration of American Craft Beer with a spotlight on Nebraska and regional breweries.”
For the brewery lineup and seminar information, visit The Great Nebraska Beer Fest webpage.