Nashville Flying Saucer's Fall BeerFeast will feature over 40 breweries and 60 craft beers, all carefully selected by Flying Saucer's resident beer gurus, Keith Schlabs, and general manager, Brandi Allen. In addition, very rare and limited-release beers will be tapped every hour on the hour from 2-5pm. A couple of these exciting beers that will be tapped include: Vintage Left Hand Wake Up Dead Imperial Stout, and Ommegang Vintage "Art of Darkness".
This year's BeerFeast will be a 21 and up only event and all guests must purchase a ticket to attend. The Saucer has also arranged for popular local food trucks such as The Grilled Cheeserie, Riff's, and Wrappers Delight to sell food to festival attendees throughout the fest.
Tickets are $40, and can be purchased here or at the Saucer beginning August 9th. For a very limited time they are being offered at the discounted price of $35 until August 24th. The day of the fest, tickets will be $50 at the door if they have not sold out. Ticket purchase includes a commemorative Fall BeerFeast tasting glass and sampling of the festival beers from 1-6pm. There will also be designated driver tickets available for $15, which will include admission to the festival and complimentary soft drinks.
In addition to general admission tickets, this year a very limited number of VIP tickets will be available for purchase. They are expected to sell out quickly and will only be available for sale online only prior to the festival for $75. In addition to the taster glass and sampling session, VIP ticket purchasers will receive early admission to the festival at 12:30pm, food vouchers redeemable at any of the three festival food trucks, a 2012 BeerFeast T-shirt and a VIP Brew Caddy lanyard to hold their taster glass. Additionally, all VIP ticket holders will have a VIP only line and will be able to sample the hourly rare beer tappings 10 minutes prior to general ticket holders.