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Get Ready for Brewer’s Plate 2018!


Below is some muy importante information about one of our favorite Philly Food and Craft Beer events of the year, The Brewer’s Plate. This time around, they’ve moved the event to a Friday night which makes those of us that work Monday through Friday / 9 to 5 jobs VERY happy! Here are the details…

On Friday, March 30, 2018 from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m., Fair Food will host the 14th Annual Brewer’s Plate, Philadelphia’s pioneer party of local food and drink, at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts. Brewer’s Plate brings together the most celebrated local breweries, distilleries, chefs, and food artisans all at one stunning location. Don’t miss your opportunity to snag VIP or General Admission tickets to the definitive food and beverage festival of the Mid-Atlantic region.

This is the first time Brewer’s Plate will be held on a Friday, making room for more libations, food, and entertainment than ever before. Brewer’s Plate is also excited to welcome this year’s newcomers Bud & Marilyn’s, Dim Sum House, Pistola’s Del Sur, and SouthGate, along with Second District Brewing, La Cabra Brewing, and Locust Lane Craft Brewing. Among the returning favorites include Revolution Taco, Hungry Pigeon, Weckerly’s Ice Cream, Dogfish Head, Philadelphia Distilling, Manatawny Still Works, and Troegs Brewing .

Not only is Brewer’s Plate a fantastic culinary experience, but the proceeds will benefit Fair Food and their mission to bring locally grown food to the marketplace and to promoting a humane, sustainable agriculture system for the Greater Philadelphia region.

“The Brewer’s Plate, benefiting Fair Food, showcases some of the finest local food and beverages in the region through top restaurants, breweries, and distilleries. It’s a celebration of the industry’s commitment to local sourcing, expressed in one incredible night of eating, drinking, and meaningful connections ,” said Emily Whitted, Development Coordinator for Fair Food

This event is for anyone who enjoys exploring new food and drink trends, or just looking to sample the best of Philadelphia’s kitchens and bars all in one night. Brewer’s Plate is also an amazing opportunity for any passionate industry employee looking to build relationships with the talented craftsmen and women who work tirelessly to produce the best possible products in the Tri-State area.

Ticket Information**:

  • VIP $99, entrance time 6:30 p.m.
  • GA $77, entrance time 7:30 p.m.

As a VIP ticket holder for 2018, you will have a full hour prior to General Admission with access to all 90+ participants and exclusive VIP-only beers, plus a special edition Brewer’s Plate VIP glass . For more information about the Brewer’s Plate visit: brewersplate.com and on Instagram: @thebrewersplate .

** Must be 21 years of age or older to attend event with valid ID. All tickets for The Brewer’s Plate are non-refundable .

ABOUT:

FAIR FOOD: 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 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Monday – Saturday and 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. 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 ).

ROLLING BARREL EVENTS: 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.

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