For a town known for its events every month, October is the start of the prime season to be a New Braunfelser. A month typically riddled with concerts, festivals, artists markets is gearing up for a one of a kind virtual event! That’s right, Gruene Music and Wine Fest is back and more accessible to everyone who loves Texas wine and craft beer. 

From the comfiest cushion of your favorite couch, enjoy learning about over 15 different Texas wineries and breweries with valuable information straight from the source. This virtual event will cover information about their establishments as well as fine-tuned tasting notes to accompany their hand picked selections. Expect up to three different styles from each wine or beer maker, specifically chosen to showcase at this event; a list large enough for even the pickiest connoisseurs.

In addition to exclusive beverages and information, another Gruene Music and Wine Fest tradition is the Texas-sized guitar auction, benefiting the United Way of Comal County. A personal favorite, the event features a line-up of guitars that would make a guitar store owner blush, each signed or personalized by an experienced troubadour. And what could be more fun than an evening in with Texas tastes and tunes?

As we continue to adapt and conquer challenges 2020 throws our way, find solace knowing some traditions are too good to go without. This exceptional content will be featured online and free to the public, but that certainly shouldn’t keep anyone from a night out in Gruene to gather for pre-festival beer and wine vibes.

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