915 BeerFest returns to the Sun City on Saturday, March 28, 2020! El Paso’s FREE admission craft beer festival is back and taking place at Durango and Overland, outside of Deadbeach Brewery. This amazing beer festival will feature beers from all over the region, and of course local beer from our own EP breweries. Dozens of breweries will be featured and over 75 different beer selections will be available on site. Enjoy entertainment by 915 bands on our festival music stage, plus have fun with on-site games, browse local artisan vendors and check out live painting by local artists. Relaxe Urban Axe Throwing will be out there with their mobile axing unit for you to try out, plus- take free pictures at our photo booth, courtesy of Relaxe.

A variety of food trucks, including the Deadbeach food truck, the Tap on Wheels, El Jefe, Sabor Mexicano, The Station at Sunset, Craze and more will be featured at the festival.

Military Friends and Family! You can check out the Southwest University Chalet, thanks to SWU! You’ll have access to a token bar, seating and a place to chill without the crowds. All you need to do is stop by Southwest University on Geronimo and pick up your FREE access wristband for the Chalet. Students of Southwest University also welcome in the SWU Chalet.

This event is family friendly, all ages are welcome. You must be 21 years or older to taste the alcohol on site. You will need your I.D. to verify drinking age.

How the tasting works:

Individual beer tastings from participating breweries will be available for purchase via our festival currency called TFCU tokens. When you arrive, go straight to our token tent and get yourself some tokens so you can get started on your tasting. You can start with as few or as many tokens as you’d like. A general rule of thumb that we’ve seen is starting with $20 in tokens. Tastings are one token each, and full pours will be three tokens. Tokens are $2 a piece, and tasting pours will be 2-3oz.

Food vendors on site will also be selling their goods and can be purchased with tokens only.

915 BeerFest, thanks to TFCU, Southwest University, The Station at Sunset, Relaxe Urban Axe Throwing, T-Mobile, and Johnson Jewelers.