As one of the premiere events, showcasing the marriage of thoughtfully-prepared food paired with award-winning ales and lagers; SAVOR returns for another year celebrating all things thought-provoking. For one night only, from 7:30 pm - 11 pm, guests will be treated to their choice from 90 unique breweries, paired with small bites from the Brewers Association executive chef, Adam Dulye, author of The Beer Pantry along with noted guest chefs Cicerones, and purveyors. All this and more awaits you, inside the National Building Museum in Washington, DC, at 401 F Street Northwest.
Tickets go on sale February 26th (for Brewers Association and American Homebrewers Association Members) and February 27th, for your choice of VIP access (which includes 30 minute early access, welcome special beer and food pairing, early access to chefs and brewery owners, and access to VIP-exclusive tables throughout the evening) or general admission.
Those who purchase General Admission (or VIP) tickets you will receive the following:
Craft beer and small-plate pairings: thoughtfully paired to illustrate how well beer and food complement one another
Pairings from specialty beer and food stations in the balcony overlooking the grand hall: Choptank Oyster Company, Nathan Miller Chocolate and Red Apron Butcher
Meet and talk with the owners/brewers of the breweries participating in the event
Event program with room for tasting notes
Unlimited non-alcoholic beverages
Commemorative tasting glass
For more information including a list of breweries, tickets, and how to get early access, visit https://www.savorcraftbeer.com
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