Below is some VERY important information about one of our favorite Philadelphia events, i.e. the one and only The Brewer’s Plate (click here to read about our experiences in 2015, 2014, 2013, and 2012)…
PHILADELPHIA, PA—One of Philadelphia’s most anticipated local food and drink pairing events is pleased to announce its return to the Kimmel Center on Sunday, March 13th, 2016. The 12th Annual Brewer’s Plate, which benefits Fair Food, celebrates by bringing together a sampling of the region’s exceptional breweries, chefs, artisans, cideries, distillers, farmers and winemakers.
It is no myth that the Philadelphia-region has an abundance of culinary artists in all shapes and sizes and a community of eager foodies in tow waiting to treat their palates to the newest creations. Over the last twelve years, the Brewer’s Plate has become a banner event for chefs at the top of their game—and a showcase for regional farmers, some of whom have worked with Fair Food for almost two decades!
It doesn’t stop at the fork – Philadelphia has become a dream market for craft breweries, cideries, distilleries, and winemakers. Whether they are from the city or its surrounding areas, beverage artisans clamor to join the event and reach this pivotal group of consumers who are ready to have a sip of what is fresh and local.
Now – put the freshest ingredients and ideas with a beverage that was mashed, boiled, and fermented just miles away, and you have the perfect combination of what is meant to get your taste buds dancing. The Brewer’s Plate aims to bring together the best of the food and drink community in the Mid-Atlantic region under one roof. Whether it is to try a new dish, or maybe a new way of thinking about how your choice of beverage can enhance the flavors of your food, this event is fit for all appetites. Year after year, the Brewer’s Plate is an opportunity to enjoy the ever-changing local food and drink scene.
Guests can choose between General Admission or VIP tickets – and those who act fast will be rewarded with lower-priced tickets. As a VIP ticket holder for 2016, you will have a full hour prior to General Admission with access to all the participants, plus a special Brewer’s Plate VIP glass.
NEW FOR 2016—ready to take it to the next level? Join us in the Hamilton Garden of the Kimmel Center for “VIP Plus”—an intimate talk with Bill Covaleski from Victory Brewing Company and a surprise guest brewer during the hour prior to VIP admission. You can expect a sampling of limited edition beers and exclusive pairings while you enjoy gorgeous views of the bustling city from the rooftop garden. Only 150 tickets will be available at $125!
General Admission tickets:
- First 350 tickets: $64
- Next 350 tickets : $74
VIP tickets (only 350 tickets available!):
- First 175 tickets: $89
- Next 175 tickets: $99
For more information about the Brewer’s Plate visit: brewersplate.com.
Rolling Barrel Events is a full service event planning and management firm that helps individuals and organizations create memorable experiences that focus on local beer, wine, and food. For more information, visit www.rollingbarrel.com.
Fair Food has been uniting local farmers with businesses and consumers for over 15 years, promoting the importance of family farms and creating a year-round marketplace for fresh, local food products in the Greater Philadelphia region at their Reading Terminal Market Farmstand (51 N. 12th Street, (215) 386-5211 ext. 120, open 8am-6pm Monday-Saturday and 9am-5pm Sundays). Fair Food builds connections in the wholesale food marketplace in order to help local farmers and producers bring their product to the marketplace. This benefits the farmer, the land, and the consumer in increasing access to fresh, healthy, local food. Fair Food’s suite of programs support the mission to promote sustainable agriculture and access to fresh, healthy food by building markets for local growers and producers. For more information, visit fairfoodphilly.org; become a fan on Facebook; and follow on Twitter (@FairFoodStand) and Instagram (@FairFoodFarmstand).
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