Brewer’s Plate Returns on March 30
Main Line locavores and beer enthusiasts can expect 11 western suburbs participants, including Iron Hill, Bluebird Distilling and Locust Lane.
Photo courtesy of Brewer's Plate.
The Brewer’s Plate is the place to be when it comes to eating and drinking, with a focus on the Mid-Atlantic region. The 14th annual foodie festival will be held at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts on March 30. Over 70 outstanding chefs, farmers, food artisans, brewers, distillers and winemakers will be in attendance, including 11 Main Line and surrouding area purveyors. Here’s a look:
- Bluebird Distilling
- Deer Creek Malthouse
- Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant
- La Cabra Brewing
- Levante Brewing Company
- Locust Lane Craft Brewery
- Manayunk Brewing Company
- Sly Fox Brewing Company
- Victory Brewing Company
- Baba’s Brew
Proceeds for this culinary extravaganza benefit Fair Food, a nonprofit organization that strives to connect local farmers with businesses and customers, promote family farms and create a marketplace for year-round fresh and local foods within the greater Philadelphia area.
VIP tickets are $99 and include entry at 6:30 p.m., and general admission tickets are $77, which grants access at 7:30 p.m. VIP ticket holders may also sip on exclusive beers and receive a special edition Brewer’s Plate VIP glass.
300 S. Broad St., Philadelphia.