Piedmont Artisanal Beer Festival

Beer on a table at the Piedmont Artisanal Beer Festival

The Piedmont Center for the Arts is Gearing up for its 11th Annual Piedmont Artisanal Beer Festival on Saturday. Celebrate Oktoberfest by enjoying artisanal brewers’ best and an Oktoberfest meal of grilled bratwurst, potato salad, and red cabbage slaw donated by us at Piedmont Grocery.

Come on out and taste the finest craft beers in Piedmont. If you are a beer-lover, this just might be paradise!

All categories of craft-brewed beer will be represented. Awards will be given to Best Pale Ale, Best Lager, Best Porter, and Best in Show.

The volunteer-run festival is the largest fundraiser for the PCA. So, come out and support this local non-profit.

This year’s judges are Piedmont Police Chief Jeremy Bowers, Piedmont Grocery’s own Dave Larson, Piedmont Community Church Student Pastor Scott Kail, and Piedmont Recreation Director Chelle Putzer.

Tickets to the event are $15 for a custom PCA beer glass, and $10 for a German Oktoberfest meal on the lawn, donated by us at Piedmont Grocery.

Piedmont Artisanal Beer Festival
801 Magnolia Avenue
Saturday, October 6th
From 5:30 to 7:30 PM

You can purchase tickets in advance on Eventbrite or with cash or credit card at the door.

About the Piedmont Center for the Arts
The Piedmont Center for the Arts is a non-profit organization with a mission to enable artists and students in various artistic disciplines—including music, dramatic arts, visual arts, and literature—to perform and display their works for residents of Piedmont and surrounding communities.

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