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January 22, 2013

The Third Annual Stout And Chowder Festival To Be Held In Old City On Friday, January 25

For anyone who is fearing the chill in the air, get ready for your relief. On Friday, January 25, Rolling Barrel Events is hosting their third annual Stout and Chowder Festival from 6-9:30 p.m.

The event includes everything beer and soup related that your heart could desire. Choose from more than 20 local craft beers of all sorts. There will be plenty of dark stouts, but also light brews for those who prefer a lighter beer.

Beer is only half of this event. There will be a variety of soup and stew available for all attendees. Yum.

Tickets are $65 a pop and $120 for a pair, they are available for purchase online. Your ticket includes a mug to use at the event and to take home and endless soup and beer for the duration of the event. That’s three and a half hours of craft beer and soup. Talk about an amazing deal.

The festival is taking place at Power Plant Productions, right on the edge of Old City. For those who are feeling energized after the all-you-can-eat and all-you-can-drink event, there will be an after party for all guests at an undisclosed location.

In addition to food and booze the folks putting on the event are teaming up with the Philadelphia Beard and Mustache Club to present the Burly Beard Competition. Whoever shows up with the most impressive beard or mustache will win a trophy and some great prizes too.

This event benefits Feel The Warmth, a local nonprofit organization that supplies the underprivileged with winter coats, toys and school supplies. So go out support a good cause.

3rd Annual Stout and Chowder Festival
When: Friday, January 25, 6-9:30 p.m.
Where: Power Plant Productions, 230 N. 2nd St
Cost: $65 per person, $120 per couple
More info: rollingbarrel.ticketleap.com

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