Wilmington Craft Beer Festival Features 40 Breweries, Live Bands and Tasty Treats

Nosh on food from Two Stones and Santa Fe, meet the brewers; proceeds benefit Winterthur.

One day. Forty breweries. Live bands. Two of Delaware’s premier craft brew and food destinations are getting together to bring you the Wilmington Craft Beer Festival. As always, you will walk away with a commemorative taster glass and the knowledge that you were one of the first to participate in what is now a primo brew and food event. It includes lunch from Two Stones Pub and Santa Fe (depending on where you celebrate), several sessions when you can meet the brewers, and live music by UFO and Fat Daddy Has Been. It happens April 13. Proceeds benefit Winterthur. We’ll drink to that. Click here for tickets.

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Mark Nardone
Wilmington, DE

From chocolate festivals to wine tastings to new restaurant openings, Dining Insider has the Delaware dining scene covered. Delaware Today's Mark Nardone shares the scoop each week on the food and wine events you simply can’t miss. Contact Mark at mnardone@delawaretoday.com.

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