MINNEAPOLIS, MN: On October 19, 2019 craft beer fans can celebrate autumn with unlimited samples of Minnesota-made beer from more than 100 Minnesota breweries. Attendees of this evening festival can expect special seasonal releases and classic favorites, non-alcoholic and gluten free options, food trucks, music, activities and games, and a bonfires tended by the Minneapolis Fire Department. 

Autumn Brew Review, in its 19th year, is one of the state’s oldest beer festivals and will draw thousands of attendees to Boom Island Park. It is the third and final Minnesota Craft Brewers Guild festival of the year. Like other MNCBG festivals, ABR exclusively showcases the talent of Minnesota breweries, offers beer-education activities from leaders in the industry, and features games and activities created and lead by the breweries themselves. 

Regular tickets are $50, sober-driver tickets are $15, and VIP early-access tickets are available to members of the Minnesota Craft Brewers Guild MNthusiast program. Tickets, event details, participating breweries, and MNthusiast membership information can be found online at www.bit.ly/AutumnBrewReview.

About The Minnesota Craft Brewers Guild: The Minnesota Craft Brewers Guild (mncraftbrew.org) is a not-for-profit organization that was founded in 2000 and is made up of more than 140 Minnesota brewery members. The Guild showcases the talent of Minnesota’s craft brewers and promotes Minnesota’s booming brewing industry by sponsoring festivals and special events including: Winterfest, MN Brewers Cup, All Pints North, and the State Fair’s Brewed in Minnesota exhibit. The Guild’s goals are to promote Minnesota breweries, create an open line of communication between brewers, and connect Minnesota beer to the consumer.