2022 Barrel & Flow Festival Map
Fresh from the Barrel
Extraordinary & eclectic music & art performances:
Vibe & Imbibe
Highly curated arts, crafts, & food vendors:
A celebration of Black arts on tap:
Barrel & Flow Week
“A beer festival that actually looked like America. Black folks, white folks, all kindsa folks, queer folks, straight folks, womenfolk, menfolk. Folk, folk. Ran smooth. Crazy beautiful vibes, zero negativity … Damn nice beers!”
- Garrett Oliver
About Barrel & Flow Fest:
Barrel & Flow is one of America’s favorite festivals, as voted by the readers of USA Today, and we strive to be the most welcoming festival as well. We are more than just beer and want to continue to utilize the brewing industry to connect opportunity, accessibility, and artistry in ways that empower the Black community. Join us August 13, 2022 from 3 pm - 9 pm (VIP noon - 9pm) in Pittsburgh's Strip District - The Stacks at 3 Crossings ( 2875 Railroad St, Pittsburgh, PA 15222).
Why Barrel & Flow? To honor what we see as interconnected and important sectors of Black arts. To celebrate Black arts and artists. And to express and share how collective art is greater together than the sum of their individual parts. Through the barrel flows this collective creativity of music, visual art, and culinary art. Our collaborations and aims of economic empowerment for the Black community continue, just as significant and necessary as ever, with global aspirations and national amplifications.
Barrel & Flow's 2022 lineup reflects our commitment to creating an inclusive and welcoming festival environment and showcasing Black breweries, artists, & small businesses. We invite you to join us as we celebrate brewing + art with this exceptional collection of breweries from across the country pouring festival-exclusive collaborations, a varying and talented cast of musicians spanning genre and style, and a unique selection of food vendors, indie artisans, and local non-profits.
Join us August 13, 2022 and become part of this story of celebration, collaboration, and community.
Media coverage of Fresh Fest has included Forbes, Thrillist, Imbibe, NPR, Atlanta Black Journal, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, The New York Times, Wine Enthusiast,Vice, The Atlantic, and October. In addition to national and international media coverage Fresh Fest, has been twice voted the second best beer festival in the United States by USA Today and is featured in the Smithsonian Institution.
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