Fair Food Philadelphia's ninth annual Brewer's Plate fundraiser will take place Sunday, March 10, at Philadelphia's National Constitution Center. The event, which is organized as a festival and fair, features food and beverages from nearby craft breweries, farmers, restaurants, and dairies.
Attendees will have the opportunity to sample beers from Victory Brewing Company, Tired Hands Brewery, Naked Brewing Company, and more. Participating food sellers include Bent Spoon, DiBruno Brothers, Wild Flour Bakery, and Lancaster Farm Fresh. And this year's Brewer's Plate includes a "best couple" feature, in which local breweries and dairies collaborate to create tailored beer and cheese pairings.
Proceeds from the Brewers Plate fund Fair Food Philadelphia, a local nonprofit that supports family farms and a sustainable local food system. Fair Food connects schools and hospitals, wholesale buyers and chefs, with sustainable, organic farms and food producers around the Delaware Valley. They promote heritage-breed meat and dairy animals. And they run the Fair Food Farmstand in the Reading Terminal Market.
The National Constitution Center venue is at 525 Arch Street in Old City Philadelphia. The Brewers Plate runs from 6-9 p.m. General admission for the event is $70, and VIP tickets are available for $140. VIP ticket holders gain an early-entrance preview of the event.
Tickets are available online.
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