Are you or your partner interested in beer and lots of food? If so, we have the perfect event for you! The 4th Annual Beer & Bow Ties event is coming up soon on September 14th and is ready to dazzle you with its beer, food and company.
Beer & Bow Ties 2018
What exactly is Beer & Bow Ties? This event is a celebration of good food and good drinks for a good cause. In regards to the beer, there are eight different brands that will be available, including White Claw, Swamp Head Brewery, Marker 48 Brewing, Maeloc, Estrella Galicia, Heineken, 3 Daughters Brewing and 81 Bay Brewing Code. There will also be liquor by Franklin Manor, Fireball, Aise Global Gastrobar, Banyan Reserve, Dulce Vida and quite a few more. For food, there are seven vendors with meals a plenty for everyone who attends. You can have some Greek from Acropolis or try some cake from Nothing Bundt Cake or get something from one of the other five vendors. And of course, don’t forget to wear your best bow tie!
This year, Beer & Bow Ties is on September 14th from 6pm to 10:30pm. Tickets are already available! The price for general admission is about $100 per person. The general admission ticket includes complimentary craft beers from other vendors at the event, spirits and tapas. If you’re looking for an experience that is a little extra, you can get the VIP ticket for $150 that includes everything from the general admission ticket as well as a private VIP lounge with a private bartender, early entrance at 5:30pm, and a good view of everything going on.
The Beer & Bow Ties event is organized by the Kim Randall and Brent Kraus. They planned this event as a benefit for the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay, using proceeds from the event to benefit suicide prevention and awareness. Attending this event is not only an enjoyable experience,but it is a rewarding one knowing that ou will be helping the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay int heir mission.
Looking for more food date night ideas? Don’t worry! We’ve got you covered. Check out Sushi in Tampa Bay or Burgers with Bae!
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