The Brewer’s Association’s top beer and food event, SAVOR, is coming to New York City in just ten more days and tickets are still available. The event, which is usually held in Washington DC, normally sells out quickly. The festival brings breweries from all over the country for two days of beer and food pairings that showcase the creativity and pairing potential of craft beer.
Small New York breweries like Newburgh Brewing Company and Port Jeff Brewing will be on hand alongside popular, out-of-market breweries like New Belgium Brewing Company and Bells Brewery, and lesser known breweries like Laughing Sun Brewing Company from North Dakota and Willoughby Brewing Company from Ohio. You can preview the food pairings on the SAVOR website.
Tickets are steep at $170 per session, with an additional fee if you want to attend on of the salons that feature beers centered around a brewery or curated around a theme like blending barrel aged beers or beer and oysters. The event will be held at the Altman Building in Manhattan on June 14 and 15 with sessions at 7:30 p.m.