Main Street’s Brewfest, the Downtown Franklin Festival all about beer, will take place on Saturday, March 11.
The annual event, produced by the Downtown Franklin Association (DFA) and presented by Lipman Brothers, serves as a fundraiser for the continued revitalization and promotion of historic Downtown Franklin.
From 5 to 8 p.m., Brewfest will boast over 80 local, national and international beers across 35 tasting locations, from established and new breweries.
Julie Walton Garland of Walton’s Antique and Estate Jewelry will serve as chair of the event, leading a committee of dedicated volunteers who produce the festival each year.
A Franklin native, Garland is a graduate gemologist and manager of Walton’s and has served on the Downtown Franklin Association Executive Board as promotions chair since 2014. In addition, she has worked with the City of Franklin over the past year on the implementation of a Public Arts Program for Franklin. We stopped by to talk with Julie Walton Garland to learn more about Brewfest 2017.
According to Garland, this year’s event will keep the focus on craft brews, as well as highlighting Homebrewers within the Middle Tennessee, headed up by the local team at Bad Idea Brewing.
Tickets are available online now for $55 at www.downtownfranklintn.com. Attendees must be age 21 or over to purchase a ticket and enjoy beer tastings for this event. However, guests may be in the Brewfest event area that are under the age of 21. The festival will take place rain or shine.
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