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Brewer’s Plate 2013: Local, Tasty Fundraiser!
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Brewer’s Plate 2013: Local, Tasty Fundraiser!

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Craving a winter food fest destined for locavores?

The Brewer’s Plate 2013 hosted by Fair Food Philly promises to be a tasty celebration of local breweries, restaurants, farmers & artisan producers all from within 150 miles of the city.

This unique tasting event (already in year #9!) pairs local craft beer with local gourmet food for the locavore dream come true. The food &^ drink lineup can’t be beat. Restaurant stars include Alla Spina, City Tap House, DiBruno Bros, El Camino Real, White Dog Cafe, Kennett Restaurant and many more. The all-star brewery lineup includes the greenalicious Yards, Tired Hands Brewery, Neshaminy Creek Brewery, Nodding Head, Sly Fox, Dad’s Hat Whiskey & Art in the Age.

Want to join this event? Here are all the essential details:

  • What: The Brewer’s Plate
  • When: Sunday, March 10, 2013 – 6-9 PM
  • Where: National Constitution Center (525 Arch Street, Philadelphia Pa 19106)
  • Price: $70 General Admission, $140 for VIP to get in early & “Small Wonders” VIP experience.

Grab your Tickets through Fair Food & Ticketleap. Don’t forget to RSVP (and find out which of your social media friends are attending) on the Brewers Plate 2013 Facebook Page.

Why attend this event, besides the obvious food & drinks? The Brewer’s Plate supports Fair Food Philly, which was founded in 2001 and has built demand for local food across all sectors of the food system. They connect local farmers and chefs to keep our area’s farmlands in production. They also work hard to increase demand for sustainable growers at local college, hospitals, institutions, restaurants and more.

Readers, which of your lovely faces will we be seeing at the Brewer’s Plate?

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Julie Hancher is Editor-in-Chief of Green Philly, sharing her expertise of all things sustainable in the city of brotherly love. She enjoys long walks in the park with local beer and greening her travels, cooking & cat, Sir Floofus Drake. View all posts by Julie Hancher

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