Chattanooga Breakfast Rotary Club will host the second annual Brew Skies Beer and Food Festival on April 14, 2018 to raise funds in support of its local and global service projects. The festival will include a home brew competition, local breweries and a food competition for amateur and professional cooks. Food and beer teams are invited to sign up by the end of February to participate in the competition.
Were so excited to bring Brew Skies back this year -- bigger and even better than our inaugural event, says Kathryn Winland, member of the Chattanooga Breakfast Rotary Club and event chair. The festival focuses on local home brewers, breweries and cooks because our Rotary Club works hard to build a sense of both local community and global citizenship.
Home brewers will share their wares to compete for people's choice, judges' choice and most spirited team awards. Admission includes unlimited beer and food samples and a souvenir tasting glass.
Brew Skies is the only place you can sample such a wide variety of locally made beers that cant be bought in any store, says Natalie Cook, Chattanooga Breakfast Rotary Club member. The highlight of this festival really is the creativity and enthusiasm of the ...