Tap into Georgia is the theme for this spring’s popular Dunwoody Beer Festival, which will be held at a new venue on the grounds of Brook Run Park in Dunwoody.
The affair exclusively features Georgia-based breweries from all over the state and will be held May 31, presented by Moondog Growlers to benefit the Dunwoody Nature Center.
Confirmed participants include well-known brewers such as Sweetwater, Red Brick, and Terrapin, as well as hard-to-find breweries emerging onto the craft beer scene like Yes Face, Fannin, Eventide, Burnt Hickory, and Cherry Street brewers. In total, more than 20 Georgia breweries will be represented at the festival.
Tickets are now available for purchase through the Nature Center’s website at http://www.dunwoodynature.org/beerfest. Tickets are limited at $30 in advance and $35 at the door if there is any remaining availability. Proceeds from the event benefit the Dunwoody Nature Center, a local 501c3 non-profit organization.
Ticket price includes two tastings at each of the breweries at the festival, live music featuring the Bad Neighbors, souvenir glass and access to on-site food trucks.
About the Nature Center
The Dunwoody Nature Center inspires the love of nature and cultivates environmental understanding and stewardship and has been a meeting place in the community for nature enthusiasts, students, Boy and Girl Scouts, gardeners, community volunteers, and for those who just need a place to relax in the middle of a bustling city.
Every year more than 25,000 people visit the park to learn more about the natural world and over 10,000 people participate in the Nature Center’s programs from across the metro Atlanta area.
The Dunwoody Nature Center is located at 5343 Roberts Drive; Dunwoody, GA 30338 and is free and open to the public sun-up to sun-down, seven days a week.