Heads Up!

Mark your calendars for the 2020 Buffalo Brewfest
Friday, August 7th

Buffalo Brewfest is the premier summer festival that features unique craft brews from local, regional and national Brewers. It is held rain or shine. Do not get left out of this perfect summer event. The Buffalo Brewfest supports The Buffalo Hearing & Speech Center Foundation. Please join us in having a good time while helping a great cause.


12 Gates Brewing Co.
42 North Brewing
1911 Established Hard Cider
Big Ditch Brewing Company
Blackbird Ciders
Blue Toad Hard Cider
Boston Beer
Brickyard Brewing Company
Buffalo Brewing Company
Buffalo Distilling Company
Buried Acorn Brewing Company
Community Beer Works
Eli Fish Brewing Co
Ellicottville Brewing Co
Empire Brewing Company
Five & 20 Brewing
Flying Bison
Gordon Biersch
Hamburg Brewing Company
In The Mix Brewing & Creamery
Labatt Brew House
MackJac Hard Cider
MyCity Brew
New York Beer Project
Nostrovia Brewing Co.
One-Eyed Cat Brewing
Pearl Street Brewing
Pressure Drop Brewing
Resurgence Brewing Company
Ringside Brewing Company
Rusty Nickel Brewing Co.
Sato Brewpub
Southern Tier Brewing Co.
Steelbound Brewery
Stoneyard Brewing Co.
Sullivan’s Brewing Company
WeBe Brewing Company
and more announced daily!

Each year our brewer attendance grows. New brewers are being added daily, so check back for an updated Buffalo Brewfest lineup!


Enjoy raffle prizes, live entertainment and food.

Did you know designated drivers will be admitted free of charge?

Complimentary soft drinks and water will be available. Must be 21 and you will be given a wrist band that informs us that you are a DD.


Beer Lovers
Great Event

Thank You

to all our sponsors and supporters and thank you for attending the 2019 Buffalo Brewfest and supporting Buffalo Hearing & Speech Center.

All proceeds from the 2019 Buffalo Brewfest will benefit Buffalo Hearing & Speech Center. Buffalo Hearing & Speech Center, a not-for-profit organization, is a comprehensive diagnostic and treatment center for children and adults with speech-language and hearing problems. The Center employs more than 300 staff members, including full and part time licensed Speech-Language Pathologists, Audiologists, Occupational and Physical Therapists, Teachers and Teacher Aides.