Back to the Future double feature, Battle of the Brews and more Southwest Austinites should know about for June 9-11

Belterra Texas is hosting its annual Battle of the Brews event on Saturday. Check out a few other events going on this weekend.

Belterra Texas is hosting its annual Battle of the Brews event on Saturday. Check out a few other events going on this weekend.

Summer is almost here which means live music, day drinking, drive-in movies and more. Check out this list of the many ways you can unwind this weekend in Southwest Austin.

Fri. June 9- Sat. June 10

Blue Starlite South June Film Series

The Blue Starlite Drive-In is hosting a double feature of Back to the Future Part I and II. The drive-in features authentic concessions, real drive-in movie speakers, and space for 50 cars to enjoy cinematic programming ranging from indie films to cult classics to drive-in favorites. $7-$35.

8:45 p.m. 12419 Lowden Lane, Manchaca.

Sat., June 10

Battle of the Brews

Participating breweries such as Twisted X Brewing CompanyBlue Owl BrewingMiddleton Brewing and Austin Beerworks, will engage in a friendly competition to see which is voted as the event favorite. The winning brewery will receive a trophy and $1,000 prize. Family-friendly activities will be included as well as a variety of craft beers and food trucks for guests to enjoy. Free.

3-7 p.m. Belterra Texas, 12730 Mesa Verde Drive, Austin. 512-301-5000.

Daybird Local Music Series

The city of Austin Economic Development Department has partnered with Visit Austin to present this event. The series will feature 38 performances from local musicians at five of Austin’s premiere live music venues. Saturday’s lineup includes Sour Bridges and A. Sinclair at 3ten ACL Live; Antone's Nightclub will host Jackie Venson/Nate Boff; Jeremy McBee/Graham Weber will play at Cedar Street Courtyard; Ben Cina/Ruby Jane will take over Speakeasy; and Scrapelli/Cats and the Canary will perform at the Austin Visitor Center. Free.

1-5 p.m.

Sun., June 11

Community Yoga Class with beer

St. Elmo Brewing Company is partnering with Austin-based activewear retailers Outdoor Voices to host a free yoga class led by Laine Edwards Young. Attendees will receive a free half pint from the brewing company and a surprise gift from Outdoor Voices. The class is limited to 20 guests. Attendees must bring their own mat. RSVP at Free.

11 a.m.- noon. St. Elmo Brewing Co., 440 E. St. Elmo Road, Austin. 737-300-1965.

Cool House Tour

Tour new and remodeled homes featuring climate-responsive design, solar technology, and rainwater systems. $20-$25.

10 a.m.-6 p.m.


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