Taste Beers of the World in Reston Saturday

Beers of the WorldWashington Wine Academy is bringing a special event for beer lovers to Reston Town Center this weekend.

The Beers of the World Festival will take place in the pavilion in two sessions on Saturday, from 2 to 5 p.m. and 6 to 9 p.m.

There will be 25 beers to sample in 3 oz. portions.  There will also be a Belgian tent that features Weizenbier, blond & amber ales, framboise and tripel abbey ales.

Tickets start at $25 and include:

  • Regular Beer Festival admission with 10 sampling tickets for American and international breweries.
  • Souvenir Beer Glass for 10 3-ounce beer samples.
  • Live music in the Pavilion, including a concert by country singer Shane Gamble from 2 to 5 p.m.

Festival tickets with Belgian tent access are $40. These tickets include five additional testing tickets to use in the Belgian Beer area.

For more information and to purchase advance tickets (that will give you priority access) visit Washington Wine Academy’s website.

Washington Wine Academy will also partnering with Paul’s Ride (a charity bike event that takes place Saturday morning at town center). They will be setting up a special beer bar for riders to be able to come by and have an cold beer and relax after they finish their race, says WWA president Jim Barker.

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