Greenville Craft Beer Festival presented by Total Wine and More is back for it's fourth year as the Upstate's premier craft beer festival. Featuring 35+ hand-selected local, regional, and national breweries, there will certainly be something for everyone. GCBF is conveniently located at Fluor Field at the West End, providing an atmosphere unlike any other beer festival! By requiring every brewery to have an employee in attendance, as well as offering our "Beer College" classes onsite, GCBF ensures that our guests leave with a greater understanding of not only their favorite breweries but all of the magic that is Craft Beer!
Greenville Craft Beer Festival returns to Flour Field at the West End for our forth year.
Not familair with the venue, click HERE for directions
We always suggest that out guests arrange for a safe ride, be it a designated driver or a local cab company. If you do drive please make sure you park in properly marked parking areas so your vehicle is where you left it after the event. Free parking can be found at the County Square which is just a 10 minute walk from Flour Field, additionally a free shuttle will run from County Square to the Field Street Gate.
For everyone, consider walking! Especially if you live in or around the area, you will need it! If you need to drive, have a friend or family member drop you off or pick you up. If you must drive home plan to visit a local dining establishment, have a nice meal and plenty of water before heading home. SAFTEY FIRST
Our VIP offering for 2016 features incredible beers from Samuel Smith Brewery and Lindemans Brewery. Our VIP ticket includes entry to the festival one hour early, special beers, food, gift bag, VIP suite access for VIP session, plus access to the general session. This offering is limited to just 30 guests, so act quickly and dont miss out on this rare opportunity.
About the Samuel Smith Brewery: The Old Brewery at Tadcaster was founded in 1758 and is Yorkshire's oldest brewery. Samuel Smith is one of the few remaining independent breweries in England, and further is the last to utilize the classic Yorkshire Square system of fermentation solely in stone squares.
The rich Samuel Smith strain of yeast at The Old Brewery dates from the early 1900s. Hops are hand-weighed by the master hop blender, and the brewing water is drawn from the original well, sunk over 250 years ago.
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Interested in volunteering at GCBF for a behind the scenes view? Sign Up Here