W H A T
Sample Denver's best grilled cheese sandwiches and craft brews
W H E R E
Denver Rock Drill
1717 E 39th Ave
W H E N
October 6, 2018
Session 1: 2-5pm
Session 2: 6-9pm
WHAT PAIRS BETTER THAN GRILLED CHEESE & BEER?
Cheese is EVERYTHING, and when you grill it, the world is measurably a better place to be in. Your life becomes even more wonderful when you add a delicious beer. Fact: Grilled Cheese is a basic food group, so is Beer. Welcome to the festival that combines these two fundamental food groups for an evening that is sure to leave you feeling full and satisfied.
A wide range of beer from both smaller craft and larger breweries, a wide variety to pair well with any of the grilled cheese and keep you smiling for hours. Pre-release of our breweries is coming soon, keep an eye out for updates.
Grilled cheese bites both large and small made by local chefs and participating restaurants in an array of styles. Don't miss out on your chance to sample them all and vote for your favorites!
GA tickets include sampling from local breweries and our in house grilled cheese bites.
VIP get early access and and open bar.
21+ only *The festival will happen rain or shine*
Local chefs and breweries are throwing down the tastiest grilled cheese sandwiches and pairing with delicious brews!
Burns Family Artisan Ales
Lumpy Ridge Brewing Company
New Planet Brewery
Spice Trade Brewing
Wynkoop Brewing Company
CHEF COMPETITORS (click for bios)
WHO WE ARE
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