SAVOR is back and tickets go on sale to the public at noon tomorrow, April 6th.
After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Brewers Association’s SAVOR returns on June 24th. This will be the 13th SAVOR in D.C. and for the first time, it will be at the Anthem on the Wharf. The Anthem is usually an awesome music hall but will host this craft beer event for the first time. If you haven’t been the Anthem yet it’s a beautiful venue with multiple levels located at The Wharf in SW D.C.
In addition to more than 200 beers from over 100 independent breweries, there will also be a one-of-a-kind pairing menu crafted by Brewers Association executive chef Adam Dulye.
The 2022 SAVOR: An American Craft Beer & Food Experience, will have more beers and options to enjoy than ever before. In addition to the usual General Admission tickets ($144), there will be Premium Admission ($184), and VIP Admission ($254) options. The Premium tickets allow entry at 6 p.m. and there will be specialty beers that will only be available from 6 – 7 p.m. VIP tickets also get entry at 6 p.m. and the tickets include a private VIP area, special beers only available in the VIP area, exclusive food options in the VIP area, personal VIP beer service throughout the event, and a VIP exit gift.
With more than 100 breweries, it’s going to be the largest SAVOR ever. Here are the 16 breweries participating (average Untappd rating of >4.00):
3 Sons Brewing Company (FL)
Alesong Brewing and Blending (OR)
Adroit Theory (VA)
Burns Family Artisan Ales (CO)
Drekker Brewing Company (ND)
Fremont Brewing (WA)
Incendiary Brewing Company (NC)
Jackie O’s Brewery (OH)
Maine Beery Company (ME)
More Brewing Company (IL)
Odd Breed Wild Ales (FL)
Perennial Artisan Ales (MO)
Side Project Brewing (MO)
The Bruery (CA)
The Lost Abbey (CA)
We will have several more posts on SAVOR as the event approaches.