6th Annual Art And Brew Fundraiser

. September 30, 2018.
Art and Brew fundraiser

Restaurants and bars from throughout Ann Arbor will compete to be recognized for the best food and beer pairings at the 6th annual Art and Brew Fundraiser. Tickets entitle the holder to sample ten pairings, with three ounce beer samples and one bite food pairing, at participating downtown venues. Each venue will offer an art-related activity as well. It’s a great way to get the creative and salivary juices flowing while supporting one of the city’s most iconic organizations as they prepare to expand their space. Attendees will cast votes for best pairings, best brew, and best bite. Winners will be announced after the event.

$50 per person
October 4th | 5:30pm-9pmf
annarborartcenter.org

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