Brew Skies Oktoberfest Returns To Downtown Chattanooga On Oct. 15

Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Brew Skies Beer Festival, the signature fundraiser for the Chattanooga Breakfast Rotary Club, is returning after taking a year off due to COVID-19. All proceeds from the event benefit the projects of the Chattanooga Breakfast Rotary Club, including their work at multiple public schools located north of the Tennessee River, constructing an all-inclusive playground at Rivermont Elementary School and building latrines in rural villages with partners in Haiti. 

Event Details:
- Date: Friday, October 15, 2021
- Time: 6-7 p.m. VIP Only,  7-10 p.m. General Admission
- Location: AT&T Field, 201 Power Alley in Chattanooga
- Ticket Options: 
VIP: $75 - Includes Early Admission (6 p.m.), Specialty Larger Size Cup, Exclusive VIP Tastings of Specialty Beers and Private VIP Area Access. Only 20 percent of tickets will be available = No Lines. 
Regular Admission: $45 - Admission starts at 7 p.m. Includes unlimited beer samples and commemorative cup. 
Designated Driver: $15 - For those who are amazing friends and plan not to imbibe.
Day of Walk Up: $75 - Not a planner? That’s ok! Walk Up tickets will be for sale for entry starting at 7 p.m. 
 
Over 70 beers will be available along with cider and seltzer options. Participating breweries include: Wanderlinger Brewing (Chatt), Buck Bald Brewing (Copperhill),  Naked River Brewing (Chatt), Hutton & Smith Brewing (Chatt),  Mad Knight Brewing Co. (Chatt), Common John Brewing (Manchester), Tri Hop Brewery (Maryville), Chattanooga Brewing Co (Chatt), Oddstory Brewing Co. (Chatt), Five Wits Brewing Company (Chatt), Monday Night Brewing (Atlanta), Tennessee Brew Works (Nashville), Yazoo Brewing (Madison), The Tap House & Empyreal Brewing Co. (Chatt), Big River (Chatt), Three Taverns Craft Brewery (Decatur, GA), Heaven & Ale (Chatt).  

The event will be held rain or shine and is limited to those 21+.  

For more information about the event and to purchase tickets: http://www.chattanoogabreakfastrotary.com/brew-skies  

The event is sponsored by Food City, FirstBank, Playcore, The Chattanooga Heart Institute, Big 106.9, and ESPN Chattanooga 95.3. 

COVID-19 Statement: The Chattanooga Breakfast Rotary and The Chattanooga Lookouts have taken enhanced health and safety measures for attendees, our beer suppliers, volunteers and employees. Attendees must follow all posted instructions while attending Brew Skies Oktoberfest. An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public space where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, senior citizens and guests with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable. By attending Brew Skies Oktoberfest, attendees voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19. 

If the event is canceled, ticket holders will receive a full refund.



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