Event will feature over 100 craft beers from local, regional and national breweries
Cookeville – Fall is in the air. In the Upper Cumberland that means football, changing leaves, pumpkin spice and beer. That’s right, beer.
WCTE PBS is hosting the “Upper Cumberland’s premier fall event” the Craft Beer Festival Oct. 21 at Dogwood Park in Cookeville from Noon to 4 p.m. The event will feature over 100 craft beers from local, regional and national breweries.
“We’re excited to bring this awesome event to the community again this year,” Avery Hutchins, WCTE PBS President and CEO, said. “It has been one of our biggest fundraisers of the year, and every dollar goes to support lifelong learning and local storytelling right here in the Upper Cumberland. It’s such a great time for everyone involved, but the community’s support for WCTE’s education initiatives and local television production is key for us. We are so appreciative.”
Beer – Craft Beer Festival to be held at Dogwood Park in Cookeville.
Advanced VIP tickets are available for $70, and General Admission tickets are available for $50. Day-of tickets will be $75 for VIP and $55 for General Admission.
“All ticket holders will receive a commemorative glass, enjoy all day live music and have access to a variety of food truck selections,” according to the WCTE PBS website. “Consider getting a VIP ticket for the day which allows you to receive early entry into the event, a commemorative glass and special access to the VIP tent with all day complimentary food, snacks and drinks. Make this year’s WCTE PBS Craft Beer Festival a bucket list must-do in 2023.”
In a new addition this year, festival goers can expect a children’s craft area and music lovers won’t need to venture far from the tap as Def Leprechaun is performing close to the tasting area.
For information about becoming a VIP Table Sponsor or ticket prices visit wcte.org/brews or call 931-528-2222.
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