The Ponce de Leon Beer Festival will be bringing out all local breweries to focus on a variety of styles. We are looking at this festival to be focused on the beer lover and brewer.
This festival came about to help the Shriner’s raise money for the Children’s Hospital but overall it was brought about by a few people who really love beer and enjoy the idea of focusing on beer styles. Because of the festival being located inside the beautiful Yaarab Temple located on Ponce de Leon Avenue, we decided to move forward with what was at our door step…Ponce de Leon. He was looking for the Fountain of Youth and this was a perfect way of approaching breweries. We wanted to focus on style and overall…styles are constantly changing. To stay in a youthful mindset breweries always come up with fresh ideas. We wanted to deliver this “youth” to the public. After approaching the breweries with the concept we were happy to see that they were on board and ready to engage in this idea.
With this festival we look to accomplish bringing out these new styles to the public and enlighten people on styles of beer. We would also like to surprise the beer lovers out there with new brews that they have not experienced. For example, many breweries are making a one off beer not available to the public yet. We are trying to keep it in a more intimate feeling with only allowing 1500 people in at the door. We feel this will be able to give the attendees more room to move around and try each beer selection.
The 2013 event will be an amazing experience in taste and sound being held on November 16th 2013 from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm. Tickets on sale now with limited space available…so be alert as they will go quick!
By virtue of your ticket purchase and admission to the festival, you are subject to adhering to the rules and regulations set fourth by The Ponce de Leon Beer Festival, and subject to being photographed in the festival setting for possible future marketing efforts. The Ponce de Leon Beer Festival assumes no liability for persons attending festival.
Address : 400 Ponce De Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30308
Couple of fun events this week.
Halloween…….Truck or Treat
Shallowford Presbyterian Church
2375 Shallowford Road, NE
Atlanta, GA 30345
We will be there from 530 to 830 for lots of treats for the entire family.
Sat Nov 2 ……..Chomp and Stomp
In historic Cabbagetown. Lots of chili, bluegrass, great vendors and course The Pickle. We will be on Wylie Street with other food trucks on the north side of the neighborhood.
Link to all the information Chomp and Stomp
Friday, September 06, 2013 ·
Lyndon House Arts Center
293 Hoyt St, Athens, GA 30601
7:00 PM-10:00 PM
Film begins at dark.
A fundraiser for:
Clips Beer & Film Tour Athens
We will be serving lunch at the Fifth Third Bank 1920 Powers Ferry Road Marietta, GA 30067. from 1130 – 130 on Thurs Aug 8. Stop by and get some lunch and check out Fifth Third Bank. Limited to the first 150 people.
The Pickle will be at the Alpharetta Food Truck Alley the next two Thurs. evenings, 5pm – 9 pm. If you’re up in North Fulton come by and check out this super fun event.
Directions: Take Hwy 9 to West on Old Milton Parkway; at the first light take a right on Roswell Street; and Old Roswell Street will be on your right directly in front of La Casa Italian Grill at 37 Old Roswell Street.
Parking: Downtown Parking Lot on Roswell Street (at 37 Old Roswell Street); Milton Center (on Milton Avenue), or PAL Parking Lot (on Haynes Bridge Road).
Alpharetta Food Truck Alley is presented by the City of Alpharetta and Fork In the Road, LLC. Our live music sponsor is presented by Music Matters.
What a great way to kick-off the weekend early!
Alpharetta Food Truck Alley
Friday, June 14: 4pm – 11pm (Street Food Truck & Artist Market Happy Hour)
Saturday, June 15: Noon – 11pm (All Day Music & Food Festival)
Candler Park, Atlanta (Click here for directions)
Atlanta’s favorite outdoor festival returns to Candler Park! Mark your calendar and make plans now for a weekend of sensory gluttony with great live music, ice cold drinks, unique local art and Atlanta’s best Food Trucks!
Kick off your weekend Friday night with the 2nd Annual Street Food Truck & Artist Market Happy Hour.
Then arrive at Candler Park early on Saturday so you don’t miss out on any of the fun.
FREE entry all weekend! Outside Food and Drink are prohibited. Event wristbands for alcohol purchase/consumption are available for purchase at the gate.
Pets are not allowed at MidSummer Music & Food Festival
Event Wristband Cost:
-Friday $5 (valid for both days)
-Saturday before 5pm $5
-Saturday after 5pm $10
Mid Summer Music & Food Festival
The Park at Sixth
136 South 6th Street
Griffin, GA 30223
3 pm Sat Downtown Griffin.
Doc Holliday Beer Fest
Look for us at the corner of Barnett and Virginia Ave right in front of John Howell Park. We will be there all day Sat and Sun. Here is the link.
Virginia Highlands Summerfest
We will be with our friends from New Belgium Brewery at their bike event Sat in Candler Park. Pedal on over, going to be a fun time.
We will be at our usual corner at the Inman Park Festival Sat and Sun, April 27&28. Corner of Hurt and Euclid. Come watch the parade, get some delicious food and enjoy the neighborhood! Here is a link to the festival.
Inman Park Festival