Queen City Brewers Festival, 12-3 PM, Sponsored by CIBA
The Fillmore Charlotte
820 Hamilton St, Charlotte, NC 28206, USA
Queen City Brewers Festival (QCBF) spotlights locally produced beer and the brewers who create them. Attendees and participants agree: The Fillmore is a one-of-a-kind venue to celebrate the rock stars behind Charlotte craft beer and cider. Invites are exclusive to Charlotte-area breweries, brewpubs, cideries along with hand-picked restaurants, snack exhibitors and sponsors. Festival proceeds benefit ACEing Autism-Charlotte providing the resources needed to serve families affected by autism from Rock Hill to Mooresville, Gastonia to east Charlotte. Guests will enjoy beer sampling from 40+ exclusively Charlotte breweries along with complimentary foods inside the intimate Fillmore AND Fillmore Underground. 21+
Tickets on sale 11.30.18. Brewery and food exhibitor details will be announced regularly. Follow along!
12 -3 PM Session Sponsored by the Charlotte Independent Brewers Alliance (CIBA):
The Charlotte Independent Brewers Alliance (CIBA) exists to promote and protect the interests of independent craft brewers founded in and whose primary manufacturing operations are based in Mecklenburg or its contiguous counties. CIBA’s primary goal is to increase the proportion of locally manufactured beer relative to overall consumption in the region. To achieve this goal CIBA will promote the Charlotte region’s homegrown breweries, educate our consumers and the community, and support positive legislative reform efforts.
About ACEing Autism:
ACEing Autism is a growing non-profit organization with 67 program locations nationally serving more than 1,000 children with autism on a weekly basis through its volunteer force of more than 2,400 students, young professionals, tennis enthusiasts, special education teachers, ABA therapists, speech-language pathologists and occupational therapists to name a few. Specially designed tennis clinics developed by autism and tennis professionals are held throughout the year to improve the lives of children affected by autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Funds raised from QCBF will be used to expand the Charlotte program’s enrollment, volunteer training, produce the 2019 Racquet Run, offer a special clinic at the Winston-Salem Open and keep registration costs as low as possible for participating families through a scholarship program.
Food & Drink
Session I: 12-3 p.m.