Thursday, July 13, 2017

The 4th Annual Pie & Beer Day

What makes a Holiday? I have no clue. Annually we as a culture celebrate some seriously weird shit. Pioneer Day is not "weird shit". It's a day that celebrates a people's long journey to their new home. It's pretty great thing. Sadly though it's evolved into a thinly veiled religious holiday for a select segment of our population. I think that's why the Pie and Beer Day phenomena has been gaining ground so quickly. It is literally "Festivus for the Rest of us". If you don't subscribe to an established way of celebrating, all you need is a clever play on words and a theme to rally behind. Not to mention that sometimes you just need an excuse to get a few like minded people together to celebrate a thing in a way that seems appropriate to you.

There will be a few ways to celebrate Pie and Beer Day on (or around) the 24th of July. Today we're talking about the largest celebration that happens annually at Salt Lake City's Beer Bar. Hosted by Bad Brad Wheeler, City Weekly and the Beer Bar - this party brings together Utah's craft breweries and some of the state's finest restaurants, bakeries and clubs to pair sweet and savory pies with fine local beers. The only floats you'll see here are stout beer floats. 


Pie and Beer Day at Beer Bar will be a fundraiser for the
Utah Brewer's Guild. Your "Pie Pass" will get you Five pie and beer pairings [more can be purchased]. Tickets for this 21+ event will be available at the door. Date: July 24th, 3pm to 7pm at 161 East 200 South, Salt Lake City. 



Your
participating Pie Makers:
Pat's BBQ
Garage on Beck
Tradition
Tulie Bakery
Eva
Copper Onion
Carlucci's
Stein Erickson Lodge
Honeycomb Bakery
Amour
Slackwater
Beer Bar
Vertical Diner
Finca
Eating Establishment
Red Rock
Stoneground


Your participating Breweries:
Moab
Proper
Park City
Squatters
Wasatch
Red Rock
Mountain West Cider
Roosters
Hoppers
RPM
Talisman
Uinta
Epic
Desert Edge
Bonneville
2 Row
ROHA
Vernal 

Fisher 
Strap Tank 
Bohemian

Stay close for more updates as the day gets closer.

Cheers!

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