Wild West Brewfest returns to Katy this weekend

This weekend the Wild West Brewfest will return to Katy. (Photo courtesy Canva)
This weekend the Wild West Brewfest will return to Katy. (Photo courtesy Canva)

This weekend the Wild West Brewfest will return to Katy. (Photo courtesy Canva)

This weekend marks the return of the 2021 Wild West Brewfest in Katy, which features over 100 brewers from across the country with more than 500 beers. This event has been voted the No. 1 brewfest in North America by BeerYeti.com for multiple years in a row.

The multiday event will kick off the evening of Nov. 11 with the K-Town Throwdown from 6-9 p.m. followed by the launch party Nov. 12 from 7-10 p.m. The official Wild West Brewfest will be held Nov. 13 from 3-9 p.m.



Wild West Brewfest also features live music on multiple stages, including a Queen tribute band, a gaming tent, food trucks and a wine garden. The VIP Hop House includes over 40 taps, 20-plus packaged products, food and music.

The event was founded in 2011 by Katy Rotarian and is all volunteer-run. One-hundred percent of the proceeds from the event are given back to the community via student scholarships and donations to charitable organizations; to date the event has raised over $850,000 for the local community.

For more information and to purchase tickets to the 2021 Wild West Brewfest, visit www.wildwestbrewfest.com.



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