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Save the date: 2012 Tennessee Cigar & Brew Fest coming Oct. 27

June 28, 2012 By: mike Category: Craft beer, Events

Tennessee Cigar & Brew FestThe 2012 Tennessee Cigar & Brew Fest will take place Oct. 27, from noon to 4 p.m.

The fourth annual event at the Jackson Fairgrounds will feature craft beer and homebrew, as well as cigars.

Tickets will go on sale closer to the event.

Here’s more from the event website:

We have been working hard to make this the Best Fest yet! Entry into the event will be easier and faster, the Beer and Cigar areas will be expanded with shorter lines, and other surprises are being included that will take the event Over The Top! More details coming soon…

Stay tuned.

Tennessee Cigar & Brew Fest coming to Jackson on Oct. 29

September 19, 2011 By: mike Category: Breweries, Craft beer, Events

Tennessee Cigar & Brew FestTickets are on sale for the third annual Tennessee Cigar and Brew Festival, which will feature craft beer, homebrew and cigars next month in Jackson.

The festival will be at the Jackson Fairgrounds on October 29 from noon to 4 p.m.

Beer from Memphis’ Ghost River Brewing and Nashville’s Yazoo Brewing Company will be served alongside beer from Stone Brewing Co., Sierra Nevada Brewing Co., Dogfish Head, Victory Brewing Company and others.

Homebrew will be on tap as well, with beers from Memphis’ homebrew club, the Bluff City Brewers & Connoisseurs, and Belgian beers from Hack’s Whacked Homebrew.

Tickets can be purchased online now for $20.

Memphis homebrew on tap at Tennessee Cigar & Brew Fest

October 24, 2010 By: mike Category: Events, Homebrew, Memphis

Tennessee Cigar & Brew Fest Memphis homebrew and craft beer from across the United States will be on tap next weekend at the Tennessee Cigar & Brew Fest in Jackson.

The event, which is in its second year, will be held Saturday at Jackson Fairgrounds Park and will include cigars and more than 90 craft and homebrewed beers.

“The craft brew revolution is taking off in parts of the country and Jackson was kind of lagging behind, so I thought it would be nice to introduce some of the micro and mini-craft beers to folks in West Tennessee,” Dave Hacker, homebrewer and co-organizer of the festival, told the Jackson Sun.

The festival will feature “Beer Clone Wars,” where homebrewed clones of rare commercial beers not readily available in West Tennessee will be served.

“We went last year and it was awesome, and they invited us back,” J.L. Thompson, president of the Bluff City Brewers & Connoisseurs, told FuzzyBrew.

Thompson will be bringing two kegs of his beer — an Irish red and an English mild — and will join Hacker and a contingent of Memphis area homebrewers serving at the festival.

Tickets for the festival are $20 and available at cigarandbrewfest.com or at the door. Proceeds benefit the Jackson-Madison County Humane Society.