Winterfest (Strong Beer & Great Food)

What: Beer Festival

When: Saturday - February 17, 2007 @ 12:00AM

Where: General Lafayette Inn & Brewery, Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania
This will be a strong beer fest with food included.
The fest will start at noon and go till 3:30 pm.
The Event is SOLD OUT!

Confirmed breweries as of 1/12/07: Flying Fish, Troegs, Legacy, Manayunk, Nodding Head, Rock Bottom(KOP), Stewart's, Victory, Weyerbacher, Brooklyn, Sly Fox, Appalachian, Yards, & Brooklyn.

There will be live music and LOADS of food. We will use our whole building, with brewers and food located throughout the premises. Some food items include: Pork Tenderloin, Beef shortribs, homemade mac&cheese, risotto fritters, chipotle chix quesadillas, chicken fingers & wings, sweet & sour meatballs, charcuterie, imported and local cheeses, desserts, and MUCH more.

We have gotten discounted hotel rates at the Hampton Inn Plymouth Mtg, ACE Center Lafayette Hill, and either the Doubletree Plym Mtg or the Spring Hill Suites Plym Mtg.

AND...We will be running a shuttle between the General Lafayette Inn and these hotels - Park at your hotel, we'll pick you up and bring you back after the festival (or later that evening).

Tickets are limited to only 350.

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