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The all-you-can-eat-and-drink event comes to town August 7.
In times of great change, it’s nice to have some permanent truths to hold on to. The sky is blue. The grass is green. Brewery and the Beast is sold out.
Tickets for the day-long food and drink event (held at Concord Pacific Place) always sell fast. It might be the 45+ meals prepared by top chefs around the city, or the craft beer, wine and cocktails—but more likely, it’s because it’s all you can eat. And drink. Tickets are $190, and it’s up to you to make the most of it.
Brewery and the Beast
So yes, the event sold out shortly after tickets went on sale in April. But today, Brewery and the Beast announced that they’re releasing 100 more general admission tickets and 10 more VIP tickets at 9:00am tomorrow morning (that’s July 26). All-you-can eaters and drinkers out there, take note.
This year’s lineup of meals includes lamb sirloin spiedini from Osterio Savio Volpe, charcoal-grilled wagyu shortribs from Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar and chicken cheddar jalapeno corndogs from Juke Fried Chicken.
This is likely your last chance to score tickets for the 2022 event, so set that alarm. See you at the (virtual) bloodbath!