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Third year for Sacramento Beer & Chili Festival

Sacramento Beer and Chili Festival
The Grid Agency

The Sacramento Beer & Chili Festival will take place for the third year at Fremont Park in Sacramento on April 19, 2014. Many beer and chili lovers, as well as art supporters, have already purchased their pre-event tickets and eagerly await the festivities. Pre-sale tickets are still available online at the official event website.

Proceeds from the Sacramento Beer & Chili Festival will be donated to art and music programs for at-risk children and children of homeless families in Sacramento. Donations will also help fund the Adopt a School Art Program for Sacramento regional schools. This event is a great opportunity to not only enjoy extensive tasting of both beer and chili but to also support the arts. Yes!

A variety of tickets are available and include VIP, Full Access, and Designated Driver. Children under age 5 are admitted free and will be able to enjoy a Kids Zone with crafts and face painting. VIP and Full Access give attendees the opportunity to enjoy unlimited chili and beer tasting with over 30 local and regional brewers. Designated drivers receive two nonalcoholic drinks and chili tasting.

The chili cook-off will have four competitive categories: Individual, Industry, Vegetarian and People’s Choice. Industry competitors include River City Brewing, 58 Degrees & Holding Co, Fat City, Starlite Lounge, Broderick Roadhouse, Bacon & Butter, Hook & Ladder Manufacturing Company, Sysco, Pour House, Morgans Bar & Grill, The Golden Bear, Blackbird Kitchen + Beer Gallery, Hoppy Brewing and Tank House BBQ & Bar.

  • Sacramento Beer & Chili Festival
  • Fremont Park - 1515 Q Street, Sacramento, CA
  • April 19, 2014 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.- Rain or shine
  • Tickets $20-$35-$65 with $2 surcharge pre-purchased or $5 increase at door

This event is hosted by The Sacramento Artists Council, a local non-profit organization that works to keep art and music in Sacramento public schools, along with The Grid Agency and Dad's Kitchen.

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