Austin Bacon and Beer Festival 2017

The 4th Annual Austin Bacon and Beer Festival will be on Saturday, January 28, produced by Edible Austin in partnership with Eat Boston. The festival has previously sold out in Austin, Boston, Denver, San Francisco and Philadelphia! A portion of the proceeds will benefit Central Texas Food Bank. 

This popular event showcases bacon-centric food prepared by bacon-loving chefs from Austin and Central Texas—and we’ll be pairing it all with craft brews! Can you ask for a Saturday afternoon better spent? 

Saturday, January 28

Early entry at 12:30 | General Admission from 1 - 4 pm
Brazos Hall

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The Bacon

Amy's Ice Creams
Basecamp
Baton Creole
Café Blue
Cannon + Belle
Chubby Chickpea
Forthright Cafe
Frank
Juliet
Lox, Box and Barrel
Mighty Bird
Moonshine
Nightcap
NO VA
The Peached Tortilla
Pink Avocado
Snooze
US Foods
Vinaigrette
Vox Table

The Beer

Austin Eastciders
Circle Brewing
Guinness 
Hops & Grain Brewery
Independence Brewing
Karbach Brewing
Live Oak Brewing
Saint Arnold Brewing
South Austin Brewing
Thirsty Planet Brewing Co.
Twisted X Brewing
ZiegenBock

 

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Great selection of shirts and merch, featuring this year’s design! Click here to view and purchase!

 

Benefiting

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Contributing Sponsors

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