Taming of the Brew – Advanced Tickets Today!

Tamingofthe Brew Just another quick reminder that the Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble Taming of the Brew event tickets go on sale TODAY (2/3) beginning at 5PM. This WILL SELL OUT FAST! Limit is 4 per person and they can only be purchased at http://bte.org For further details of the April 10th Beer & Food Festival Click HERE or…

Taming of the Brew – April 10th 7-11PM

All sales will be online, and tickets will be available starting (and probably ending) on this Wednesday, February 3rd 2010 at 5:00 PM. Go to BTE.org to purchase tickets. Save time and create a login at BTE's online store now. And, as they say, it’s all for a good cause: The Taming of the Brew is a fundraiser to support the Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble.

Ticket sales are limited to four per person. NOTE: if you enter more than the number 4 in your order, the system will kick you out and you will lose your place in the queue for buying tickets. (this is how the system works, folks, we can't help it, so we just have to be very clear about it.)

Brewery and Restaurant lists for this year have been updated - check out our confirmed food and beer vendors for 2010.

The evening will be filled with fun. Taste and learn about new beer styles. Sample wonderful foods from a wide array of area restaurants and caterers. Try tasting beer and food together to find complementary flavor pairings. Vote for your favorite beer at the auction table (Who knows? It could win the People’s Choice Award!) Bid on a wide array of items generously contributed by local businesses and craftspeople at our silent auction.

So enjoy — but please remember to always drink responsibly.



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9 comments (click to read or post):

  1. For the uninitiated, why is this such an anticipated event? Just seems like a beer fest with a few restaurant vendors from where i sit...

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  2. I'll let the others chime in, but personally it's the small/limited crowd, it's a fun crowd with lots of repeat atendees, and it's a great well-run event with lots of good beers.

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  3. I go for the limited crowd. You are never in a long line or squeezing between people while walking. One of the most comfortable fests I have been to. Also, the unlimited beer and food make it easier, rather than other fests that give you 10 chips (one per half glass) and you have to pay for the food.

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