The Tryon Downtown Development Association presents the 5th Annual Tryon Beer Fest! Tryon’s annual Oktoberfest-style event will be held on Saturday, November 5th, 2016 from noon ’til 6pm in the Tryon Depot Plaza. Tickets are $30 (Early Bird discount) through August 31, 2016, then $35 in advance and $40 at the gate (cash only). Festival only (“Designated Driver”) tickets are $10 at the gate (cash only). To keep an intimate, local atmosphere with shorter lines, tickets will be capped at 1,200 so don’t wait to secure yours!
An array of craft beers will be available along with an oyster roast, authentic German food, and other treats. The oyster roast starts at 12:30pm and will continue until they’re all gone! Non-alcoholic beverages and water will also be available. Live Bavarian music will be played during the day then we’ll rock out with a live band later in the afternoon! We don’t use sampling tickets, so admission gets you unlimited beer and wine samples!
Rain or shine, come join us in the sun or under the tents complete with heaters if needed! You’re guaranteed a uniquely fun time as you Tap Into Tryon!
All proceeds from this event will go to projects to improve downtown Tryon, with a portion going to Big Brother Big Sisters of Western North Carolina. If you would like to be a volunteer or sponsor for Tryon Beer Fest, please click on the appropriate menu link. The festival starts at 12pm, but come early and see the great shops, restaurants, and galleries that Tryon has to offer.
With thanks and great admiration…
In 2012, local beer enthusiasts decided to celebrate their love for craft brewing and give back to the Town of Tryon, North Carolina through an Oktoberfest-style event known as Tryon Beer Fest. The success of the festival, going on its fifth year in 2016, is in no small part due to the tremendous efforts of Joe Pullara, who left this world in April 2016. Joe served the Beer Fest Committee with outstanding leadership and passion, a shining example of the impact one person can have on an entire community. Thank you, Joe. Your memory will continue to be an inspiration to us all.