“A Night at the Brew-seum” began as a unique festival that provided the community of the Rio Grande Valley a one of a kind cultural experience with a variety international art, cuisine from some of the Valley’s finest restaurants, and a wide selection of beer; thus, making “A Night at the Brew-seum” a night to remember as we came together to celebrate and raise funds for the museum.
Now in its fourth year, “A Night at the Brew-seum” has expanded to Brew-seum Week, a full week’s worth of events that highlight the region’s ever-growing love and curiosity for the world’s oldest fermented beverage.
As part of the celebrations, this year Brew-seum Week will consist of the “Battle of the Brew: Spring Ale Competition” in which homebrews can compete to become Brew-seum’s very first Brewmaster.
The week continues with the official Brew-seum Beer Dinner hosted by Shiner Brewmaster’s Peter Koestler and Hans Helbert, along with Chef Larry Delgado from House.Wine.
Brew-seum will culminate on Saturday, April 21, 2012 with “A Night at the Brew-seum” where this year guests can enjoy exquisite cuisine, live entertainment, and of course, an extensive selection of international beers.
The funds raised and generated from “A Night at the Brew-seum” and Brew-seum Week help to support the mission and vision of the International Museum of Art & Science(IMAS).
To promote a deeper appreciation for the arts and sciences through its exhibitions, cultural events and educational programs; and to preserve, expand and display its permanent art and science collections.
To enhance the overall quality of life for all members of our community through artistic and scientific enlightenment.
The International Museum of Art & Science (IMAS) is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization that operates as an art and science museum. IMAS is fully accredited by the American Association of Museums (AAM). The AAM accreditation is the highest national recognition a museum can achieve for best practices, standards, and ethics.