Do you love supporting craft beer and conservation groups? We need volunteers to help us pull off this first-of-its-kind festival celebrating local brewers and the native plants that call Central Texas home.
- Enjoy the festival! Opening shift volunteers will get free entry to the festival with tasting card after their shift ends. Closing volunteers will get free food and beer from our taproom after their shift ends
- Free T-shirt!
- Invite to the volunteer happy hour the week before the festival!
- Invite to the volunteer after party hosted by one of our brewery friends!
We need volunteers to help out with lots of tasks, including tent and table setup, merch sales, ticketing/check-in, trash collection, parking assistance, and more. We will have two shifts available – opening and closing. All shifts will get the fest t-shirt and invites to the happy hour and after party.
Opening shift – 10am-3pm
Enjoy a beer tasting card to the festival after your shift ends
Opening shift – 3m-6pm
Enjoy free beers in the Beerburg Taproom after your shift ends
Our Non-Profit Partners
The Shield Ranch Foundation is a nonprofit (501c3) private operating foundation organized by the owners of Shield Ranch to share the Ranch in ways that educate, inspire and transform. The Shield Ranch Foundation operates El Ranchito (a summer program for youth) and hosts other programs on the Ranch. Their 6400 acres of land comprises 10% of the Barton Creek Watershed.
The Watershed Association’s vision is for a future with clean, plentiful water flowing from Jacob’s Well into Cypress Creek, a healthy ecosystem essential to the culture and economy of the Wimberley Valley. Their mission includes fostering community awareness of the watershed and the community’s responsibility to its watershed in the Wimberley Valley, across the Hill Country region, and throughout the state of Texas. They also work to engage communities and provide experiences that reconnect people with nature.
Colorado River Land Trust works to protect land and water in the Colorado River watershed—today and for future generations. Their service area spans from the high plains in west Texas, through the Hill Country, to the productive farmland and coastal fisheries and wetlands near the Gulf of Mexico.