Are you looking for a unique beer experience? Look no further than Maricopa County, Arizona, where beer festivals are held throughout the year. From traditional German-style celebrations to craft beer events, there is something for everyone. At the Arizona Strong Beer Festival, you can expect to find a wide range of strong beers that are usually special or limited-release brews. These include barley wines aged in five- and seven-year barrels, double and triple IPAs, imperial stout beer, imperial gatekeepers, and other high-density beers.
You can also sample Kölsch coffee, Juicy Juicy, Chillin' Cold IPA from Alaskan Brewing Co., Rio Salado Mexican beer, and Pink Pineapple Haze from Huss Brewing Company. The Rockin' Beer Fest in Arizona is another great event that features local brews from the best breweries in The Midlands and beyond. In addition to beer, you can also enjoy live music from local bands, take part in a charity raffle, and sample wine, cider, and liquor. The Arizona Craft Brewers Guild organizes the annual Arizona Strong Beer Festival, which is expected to attract 3000 beer lovers and feature more than 65 breweries.
Each ticket holder will receive 20 beer tasting tickets and the first 500 people to buy them will receive a glass of 30 Years of Brewing in Arizona. Mayfest (Maifest in German) is a traditional German celebration of the arrival of spring that has been held for eight years as part of FestivalSouth, Mississippi's only multi-genre, multi-week art festival. This festival stands out by showcasing the art and artists behind craft beer. Fiesta Park hosts the biggest beer festival in the state with an incredible selection of beers from local breweries.
You can also enjoy live music from local bands, take part in a charity raffle, and go to the whole bar for a cocktail. The Downtown Brew Festival is Las Vegas' iconic festival of craft beer, music and outdoor dining under the stars. Here you can sample more than 200 craft beers from 60 breweries as well as wild animals. Local distributors and craft brewers such as Laughing Sun, Buffalo Commons, Bismarck Brewing, Black Leg Brewery, Gideon's Brewing will be in attendance. Vermont has become a respected beer destination since 1991 when it held its first annual beer festival.
This three-day event is held every fall in Denver and is organized by the Brewers Association.