The Wild West Brewfest will return to Katy this year on the second weekend of November, according to a June 14 press release.

“It is great to be back! We have sincerely missed our patrons,” WWBF Chairman David Loesch said in the release.

Traditionally held in the spring, this year’s Wild West Brewfest will be in November at Katy Mills Mall. The event, which has been voted the #1 Brewfest in North America by for multiple years in a row, according to the release, will feature more than 100 brewers from across the country and more than 500 beers.

The multiday event will kick off on the evening of Nov. 11 with the K-Town Throwdown at 6 p.m., followed by the Launch Party on Nov. 12 from 7-10 p.m.. The official Wild West Brewfest will be held Nov. 13 from 3-9 p.m. The event also will include food trucks and live music.

The WWBF was founded by Katy Rotarians in 2011, according to the release. It was volunteer-created, is all volunteer-run, and 100% of all proceeds are given back to the local community in student scholarships and donations to charitable organizations.

Formed in 1946, The Rotary Club of Katy has a strong membership of local businesses and professional men and women. The club is part of Rotary International, and the nonprofit organization plans activities and fundraisers to contribute to the local and international community.

“We enjoy promoting our craft beer community, our sponsors and the Rotary Club all while giving back to many communities in and around Katy and Houston. The event has raised over $800,000—every dollar going back into the community,” Loesch said in the release.

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