Flying Saucer First Nashville Beer Festival

What: Beer Festival

When: Saturday - October 23, 2010 @ 12:00PM to Saturday - October 23, 2010 @ 10:00PM

Where: Flying Saucer Draught Emporium, The, Nashville, Tennessee
Flying Saucer's Nashville Beer Festival will feature six beer tents, each with crafted brews chosen by Flying Saucer's own resident beer guru, Keith Schlabs, and Nashville Flying Saucer general manager Brandi Allen. Featured beers will include rare special releases such as Yahoo Hop Project #35, Terrapin India Brown Ale, Rogue Double Dead Guy, and North Coast Red Seal Ale.

In total, there will be more than 30 beers plus special rare beer tappings throughout the day. Attendees also can go inside the Flying Saucer to sample other special-release beers.

Each tent is dedicated to special selections, including a Local Tent, East of Eden, West of Eden, You're Not Worthy Tent and a special Captain's Picks Tent. The Captain's Picks tent is scheduled to feature Dogfish Head Theobroma, Schlafly APA, and Avery White Rascal among others.

Admission to the event is free, but for $20, event-goers will receive a tasting card that can be redeemed for a sampling of 10 of the 20-plus featured beers. Bratwurst, kraut and Bavarian pretzels also will be available, along with soft drinks and water.

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