Tickets

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Only members of the Texas Homebrew Society are eligible to attend Brew Riot due the unique state laws that govern them. 

Register to be a member by going to http://www.txhomebrewsociety.com and clicking on the “Become a Member” tab. You must be at least 21 years of age to join the Texas Homebrew Society. A membership card and a ticket for 1 adult to attend Brew Riot will be sent electronically once your registration is confirmed. Individual memberships are valid until December 31, 2014.

Members of the Texas Homebrew Society will receive invitations to fun and educational homebrewing events, including admission to Brew Riot*, our premier homebrew competition, a brewer meet-up, and a session on turning your brewing hobby into a habit—perhaps a profitable one!

Don’t delay in registering, as we have a limited number of spots available!

 

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5 thoughts on “Tickets

  1. This is very confusing. I went two years ago and don’t remember having to get a membership and paid at the gate. I tried homebrewed and existing brewery beers.

    • The TABC has reinterpreted the law at-least twice since you last came (including just a few days ago.) I am sorry it is confusing, we are just trying to stay legal.

  2. It states to select: the Homebrew Team you are affiliated with below. The TABC requires you to be a member of a competing Homebrew Team to taste Homebrew at Brew Riot. Otherwise, you are welcome to enjoy the fest and sample the licensed craft brews.

    I don’t affiliate with any of them. Is that meaning that I don’t have to sign up to be a member and can buy a ticket and sample the licensed craft brews?

    • Hi Erica.
      The TABC laws that govern homebrews are very specific and tricky. You have to be a member of the Texas Homebrew Society and you have to be affiliated with a competing team by selecting one when you buy your membership. Tickets will go on-sale in March. We have to have our teams in order before we can put them on sale.
      I know this is very weird and confusing. We are just trying to stay legal.

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