Tickets for A Night at the Brew-seum go on sale on March 1. General Admission is priced at $90 for the general public and $70 for IMAS Members, but you can snag them early AND at a discount.
Take advantage of the Early Bird Special starting February 18 through the end of the month for $10 off General Admission tickets! For online sales use the code “EB10” at checkout. IMAS Members always get the best discount so purchase or renew your membership online, by phone, or at the IMAS, and get your tickets early for the best price. We can’t wait to see you at the IMAS on Saturday, April 9. Last minute tickets will increase in price on April 1 to $100 ($80 for IMAS Members), so don’t wait. Click below starting February 18, to get yours before they’re gone.
The Brew-seum online silent auction will go live on April 1 at 6:00 a.m. CST and conclude during the 14th Annual Night at the Brew-seum on Saturday, April 9, 2022, at 9:00 p.m. CST. Register for an online account to begin bidding on your favorite items. Special thanks to silent auction donors 5×5 Brewing Co., Michelle Stitzlein, La Quinta SPI, Courtyard by Marriott SPI, Hilton Garden Inn SPI, La Copa Inn SPI, L&F Distributors, BABE Wines, Michelob Ultra Pure Gold, Jason Ray Perez, Jamie Tabak, JB Pet Care, Mary Garza, McAllen Chamber of Commerce, Salome on Main, Delgado Collective, UTRGV Baseball, Sofia Hamelius Photography, Tony & Linda Aguirre, Gold’s Gym, Coldfit Cryotherapy, Ricardo Contreras, Alta Vista, and Whataburger.
To request a VIP Table reservation, please fill out the form below. IMAS Members also receive a discount on VIP Table pricing.
IMAS staff will follow up with all reservation requests in the order received. Complete the form below to initiate this process and join the VIP list. Payment is required to complete the reservation request. VIP tables are limited in quantity. Scroll down to learn more about VIP benefits.
Brew-seum is a fundraiser to benefit the International Museum of Art & Science (IMAS) and supports year-round Art & Science education in the Rio Grande Valley.
Brew-seum events celebrate the region’s ever-growing love and curiosity for the world’s oldest fermented beverage. Celebrate the International Museum of Art & Science and the love of craft beer on Saturday, April 9, 2022!
VIP Early Access through VIP Entrance begins at 5:30 PM
+ All attendees must check-in before the event for a temperature check.
+ If you or any member of your group is showing symptoms of COVID-19 or feeling ill, we reserve the right to refuse service. We kindly ask that you refrain from attending the event if experiencing any of these symptoms.
+ Masks are required in all indoor areas and recommended when not eating or drinking. Please wear a mask or face covering at all times when entering the museum and using the restroom.
+ Sanitizing stations will be provided throughout the event and staff will take all precautions to minimize points of interaction.
+ Please maintain social distancing to ensure a pleasant event experience.
We thank you for supporting the IMAS and for your help in ensuring a safe event for everyone!
+ No refunds will be issued for general admission tickets or VIP tables.
+ In the event a guest is unable to attend (including reasons associated with COVID-19), no refund will be issued. The table or ticket holder may find a replacement guest at their own convenience and provide the new guest name to IMAS at email@example.com
+ All funds raised by Brew-seum at ancillary events support the International Museum of Art & Science, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
+ For VIP table upgrades, please call the IMAS at (956) 681-2800 during open hours. No refunds or downgrades will be accepted.
Brew-seum Beer vs. Wine Dinner
Monday, March 7, 2022 6:30 – 9:00 PM at Salomé on Main
Tickets $130 | $115 for IMAS Members Price increase after February 28
It’s a battle between beer and wine and who is going to win?
Head to Salomé on Main on Monday, March 7, for the Brew-seum Beer vs. Wine Dinner, a California-inspired, four-course meal paired with both beer and wine. Each course from Chef Larry Delgado’s special menu will be paired with a Firestone Walker craft beer and a glass of wine from Broadside Wines of the Paso Robles region of California. Guests at this special benefit dinner will get to decide which one wins.
Brew-seum is sponsored by Clark Chevrolet and Clark Knapp Honda and benefits the International Museum of Art & Science (IMAS).
Cerveza is a premium lager with a touch of lime making this a great tasting beer. Crisp, clean, dry, and approachable.
Firestone Walker Mind Haze IPA 6.2% ABV 40 IBU
From thee coast of California comes Mind Haze, a free-spirited beer made to elevate your perceptions-juicy, fresh and laded with an imaginative array of tropical hop flavors.
Firestone Walker Hopnonsis IPA 6.7% ABV 45 IBU
Hopnosis is an innovative IPA brewed with coveted Cryo Hops pellets. We double dry hop this beer with varieties from the U.S. and New Zealand, creating an explosion of tropical fruit flavors including mango, passionfruit, white grape, and lychee.
Firestone Walker Nitro Merlin Milk Stout 5.5% ABV 27 IBU
Just pour as directed, behold the wizardly and enjoy the mind-blowing mouthful that we call Nitro Merlin Milk Stout.
Fresh lemon, nectarine and a hit of vanilla bean create an enticing, aromatic nose. On the palate, flavors of the yellow apple and pear, with a dash of orange zest, are backed by a subtle toasty quality. The rich, creamy mouthfeel and well-integrated acidity bring the flavors through to a long, smooth finish.
Colors of fresh, young Bordeaux. The nose is particularly complex with aromas of cocoa dust, cedar, tobacco, ripe boysenberry, and freshly cut herbs. Flavors are black cherry cola, rhubarb pie filling, with a little black pepper. The tannins are soft and supple as you’d expect with a cool-climate Merlot. Serious acidity keeps the flavors elevated for what seems like forever.
Broadside Printer’s Alley Proprietary Red Vintage 2018 14.5% ABV
An expressive nose of dark cherry, plum, and cranberry notes that carry through on the palate along with herbal hints and a touch of sweet baking-spice. This is a juicy, rich, well-structured red blend, with flavors framed by grippy tannins and balance acidity. A wine easily enjoyed today, but with strong aging potential for years ahead.
Big blast of cedar, cigar box, and blackberry aromas with hints of olive. Jam-packed flavors of plum, black olive, and dark chocolate. Big, dusty tannins support the seamless mouthfeel and a delicate core of acidity stretches out the finish.
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