The third semi-annual Brew Durham festival keeps the beer-celebration month of October rolling this weekend with more than 60 types of the Triangle’s finest homebrewed beer available for attendees to taste and rate.
Enjoy Dan Caswell’s “Santa’s Breakfast,” an oatmeal coffee stout with cinnamon and cloves, and brewer Michael Mayhew’s “Monkey Punch,” a sour ale brewed with apricots, currants and dark brown sugar. Food trucks and live music by local bands will surround the beer-tasting on The Platform at The Cordoba Center for the Arts, 923 Franklin St., home of The Scrap Exchange. Proceeds from the festival will support the nonprofit creative reuse center’s expanded programming and operations.
Brew Durham hosts two tasting sessions, the first from 1-4pm and the second from 5-8pm. Tickets are $30 per session, and can be purchased here. Designated driver tickets are also available for $5. Last spring’s festival sold out, so get your tickets while they last.