The 2017 BrewMasters Craft Beer Festival, a Labor Day staple in Galveston since 2010 before it was postponed this year due to the Hurricane Harvey emergency, is back on. Festival organizers announced Tuesday that the event has been rescheduled for Nov. 24-26:"If you have already purchased your ticket(s) to BrewMasters, your ticket(s) will be good for the new dates. All you will need to do is bring them to the festival for entry. If you have not purchased tickets, buy your tickets now!"
From the early days, and long before Americans had ever heard the term “craft beer,” settlers in the Bayou City excelled in the art of ales, stouts and lagers. In 1913, it was a Houston brewery that claimed the distinction of “the world’s finest bottled beer” after winning an international competition in Belgium. The unfortunate rise of Prohibition put the industry on hold, but recent years have seen a strong resurgence.
The Brewmasters Craft Beer Festival that was set for next weekend in Galveston has been canceled. Organizers said a few minutes ago that the event, set for its 8th year at Moody Gardens, will be rescheduled and tickets already purchased will be honored.
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