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The 1st Annual Belgian Beer Festival at the historic Altman Building will take place on Friday, July 8th, 2011 and Saturday, July 9th, 2011. As attendees have come to expect of a Get Real NY beer fest, the Belgian Beer Festival will include two days of all-you-care-to-consume Belgian-style brews and homebrews, live music, interactive tasting panels and plenty of good Belgian eats. The event serves as a celebration of Belgian brewing and an introduction to some popular beer styles that are taking the craft beer world by storm.
This granddaddy of Belgian beer festivals will feature 100+ of the most diverse, unique and hard-to-find Belgian and Belgian-inspired brews around from craft breweries at home and abroad.
To help wash down all the amazing beer, there will be plenty of tasty Belgian bites on hand from local NYC restaurants and artisanal food shops, including mussels, oysters, artisanal cheeses and meats, chocolates, Belgian waffles, pommes frites, bratwurst and more.
Each $85 general admission ticket comes with a souvenir glass, unlimited tasting pours, a fest beer guide, unlimited food sampling, live music, tasting panels and all the beer education you can handle. The $115 VIP tickets will include everything above in addition to one-hour early access to the festival, admission to a special VIP tasting room featuring several rare and hard-to-find beers and access to brewery tasting panels and discussions. The beer and food lineup will be continuously updated on the festival website at www.grbfny.com.
General Admission tickets are $85 and must be purchased in advance. VIP tickets are $115 and also must be purchased in advance.
After this initial offer period expires, there will be no further price reductions through online coupon sites and all General Admission tickets will be $85 and VIP tickets will be $115 until sold out.
So come discover why we personally think Belgian brews are some of the most intriguing styles of beer on the planet during two glorious days of tasting, fun and beer education.
For more information, visit: www.grbfny.com