April 26, 2015
On Sunday, May 17, from 1-4pm, San Diego farmers, chefs and brewers team up to support the charitable efforts of Community Health Improvement Partners (CHIP) at the 3rd annual Brew Rendezvous fundraiser at SILO in Makers Quarter. Brew Rendezvous is a culinary pairing event that celebrates the unique role of craft brewers, local growers, and restaurants in cultivating community and health. The event raises awareness about the local food movement and benefits CHIP’s efforts to tackle obesity through the development of a healthy, sustainable, regional food system. Of course, being local suppliers of awesomeness ourselves, we are giving away a pair of tickets to attend this awesome event.
|Delicious wild boar ribs from the 2nd Brew Rendezvous|
“Brew Rendezvous is a great example of raising awareness by having some fun and bringing people together for a good cause,” said Alex Carballo, partner at URBN in El Cajon and Brew Rendezvous Culinary Co- Chair. “The event recognizes the important contribution growers, brewers, and chefs are making to change our food system and health in San Diego.”
The mission of CHIP is to assess and address priority health needs through collaboration. CHIP focuses on bringing partners together to tackle relevant and pressing health issues. CHIP programs include the San Diego County Childhood Obesity Initiative, Suicide Prevention Council, Resident Leadership Academy, Independent Living Association, Kaiser Permanente Healthy Eating Active Living Zone Project -Lemon Grove, Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health Project -Chula Vista, Nutrition and Healthcare Leadership Team, Farm to School Task Force and Health Literacy San Diego. For more information, visit www.sdchip.org.
For more information, to purchase tickets, or to view the full list of participating restaurants, farms, and breweries, visit sdchip.org/brew.