There are a lot of food tasting events in San Diego and maybe even more beer festivals, but not many gatherings concentrate equally on both! This March at the Handlery Hotel & Resort, come for the beer, stay for the food, or come for the food, and stay for the beer! Either way, get your tickets now for the 4th Annual Mission Valley Craft Beer and Food Festival, as on Sunday, March 24th from 2-5pm (1pm for VIP), 30 breweries, 20 chefs, and 4 bands will join together in serving up the best in local craft beer, rocking out some SoCal music, and providing gourmet bites from some of San Diego's best eateries.
As far as food goes, the chefs and eateries in attendance will be ready to dish out delicious grub to the packed house. Already confirmed - SanDiegoVille's Chef of the Year 2012 Anthony Sinsay of Burlap; pork connoisseur Hanis Cavin of Carnitas Snack Shack; Handlery Hotel's own Chef Karl Prohaska; comfort food aficionado Rich Sweeney of R Gang Eatery; 2012 San Diego Wine & Food Chef of the Festival Tommy Fraioli of Sea Rocket Bistro; farm-to-table guru Matt Richman of Table 926; and many more including offerings from Stone World Bistro and Slater's 50/50.
From the craft beer capitol of the World - San Diego, CA, USA - in attendance will be Alesmith, Ballast Point, Coronado Brewing, El Cajon Brewing, Golden Coast Mead Company, Green Flash Brewing, Helms Brewing, Hess Brewing, Hillcrest Brewing, Karl Strauss, Latitude 33, Lightning, Mad Lab, Manzanita, Monkey Paw, On-the-Tracks, Port Brewing/Lost Abbey, Rough Draft, Saint Archer, San Diego Brewing Co, Societe, Stone Brewing Co., Thorn St, Wet-n-Reckless, and more from the surrounding area.
|The Reef Lounge at Handlery Hotel|
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Tickets to the Mission Valley Craft Beer & Food Festival can be purchased online and range in price from $25-$50. VIP are almost sold out and General Admission tickets are sure to follow, so be sure to get your tickets as soon as possible. VIP tickets offer an hour early-entry VIP hour with full access to the chefs and brewers, and VIP ticket holders will receive a free MVCBF tee shirt (while supplies and sizes last), as well as the commemorative tasting glass given to GA patrons.