Tickets On Sale Now For The 4th Annual Philadelphia Bacon and Beer Festival
Dozens of local chefs were given bacon from 1732 Meats and asked to make their most creative dishes with it. They paired their masterpieces with craft beer to create an unmissable festival.
Yes, it’s the 2016 Philadelphia Bacon & Beer Festival, and tickets are on sale right now.
A ticket includes all-you-can-eat samples from over 40 restaurants and breweries. A VIP “Baller” ticket allows you to skip the line and includes a commemorative glass as well as a half pound of 1732 Meats bacon to take home, a Defend Bacon tote to carry it in and a bacon t-shirt to wear while eating it later.
The event will benefit MANNA, a Philly hunger nonprofit for whom this event has, in the past four years, raised $30,000.
The Blue Duck
Brick and Mortar (Avocado BLT and chocolate dipped bacon)
Bru Craft & Wurst (Smoked bacon meatloaf with bacon mayo and apple bbq sauce on brioche)
Cheu Noodle Bar
City Tap House
Craftsman Row (‘Mac Daddy’ bacon burger)
Drexel Food Lab (Pancetta focaccia with smoked pear butter and Delice de Bourgogne)
Grubhouse (Elvis melt)
Indeblue (Bacon and blue cheese stuffed naan with shakarkandi shorba–aka sweet potato soup)
Iron Hill Chestnut Hill (Garlic Insanity roast pork sandwich) Kensington Quarters (Beef tartare with blue cheese and black pepper bacon)
MilkBoy (Beer-boiled bacon burger with bacon)
Shake Shack (High heat dog)
St. Benjamin’s Taproom
Standard Tap (Bacon brownie)
Taproom on 19th
The Twisted Tail
Waffles & Wedges
Wishbone Philly (Mac ‘n’ cheese focaccia sandwich)
2nd Story Brewing
Cape May Brewing
Crime & Punishment
Flying Fish, Highway Manor
Iron Hill, Manayunk Brewery
Austin Eastciders (which is gluten free).