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The Brewer’s Plate 2016 Returns on March 13th
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The Brewer’s Plate 2016 Returns on March 13th

Everyone’s favorite locavore beer & pairing event is around the corner!

The 12th Annual Brewer’s Plate returns to the Kimmel Center on Sunday, March 13th. Where else can you sample the best food & drink that Philly has to offer with pals like Ben Franklin? (See proof.)

Ben Franklin at the Brewer's Plate 2013

Plus, the event benefits the amazing Fair Food, which is “dedicated to bringing healthy local food to the marketplace and promoting a humane, sustainable agriculture system for the region.”

This year, there’s three ticket options: General admission, VIP and VIP Plus.

Not sure which ticket to buy? Here’s the difference:

VIP Plus (4:30 entry) enjoys the food-pairing skills of brewers Victory Brewing Company’s founder, Bill Covaleski, and visiting guest brewer, Zach Bodah of Allagash Brewing Company, matched with chefs from Village Whiskey, the Olde Bar, and Garces Events. VIP Plus ticket holders can enjoy and judge on 3 categories of pairings – seafood, meat, and sweets.

VIP Tickets get into the experience at 5:30pm to enjoy all vendors and a keepsake glass.

General Admission: still get to enjoy all three floors of food & drink pairings after 6:30 PM to celebrate an unwavering commitment to “buy fresh, buy local” with our area’s outstanding chefs, farmers, food artisans, brewers, distillers, and winemakers.

Brewer's Plate 2015 Victory Brewing

Enjoy drinks from favorites like Yards, Sly Fox, Conshohocken Brewery, Dogfish Head, Bluebird Distilling and Prism. The best food from across town including Vegan Commissary, El Camino Real, Cedar Point,South Philadelphia Tap Room and much more. See the full list of participants here.

Buy your tickets online now.

 

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Julie Hancher
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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