2015 BrewBQ

When:
August 1, 2015 @ 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Where:
Plantation Field
387 Green Valley Road
Unionville, PA 19375
USA
Cost:
free!
Contact:

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Victory Brewing Company Presents:

The 7th Annual Victory BrewBQ

 

Join us at Plantation Field  on Saturday, August 1 from noon to 4pm for the 7th Annual Victory BrewBQ competition.

The competition is a two-category BBQ cook-off! Each team will compete to see who can make the best chicken and ribs according to our judges.
Come out to enjoy a day filled with live music, beer, and great food from the area’s local restaurants!

A variety of vendors will also be participating, come and grab some unique BBQ sauces, rubs, and maybe even some BBQ tips & techniques!

This year, you also will be able to taste and vote on the People’s Pork award for our restaurant competition.

General Admission is Free

Please leave your furry friends at home in the air conditioning!

Smoking is permitted in designated areas only.

 

Competitor and Judge Information:

This year we are accepting registration for 30 competitors and 30 judges for the competition.
Competitors, please read the 2015 BrewBQ Rules for Pit Master Contest before applying to compete.

For more information and online applications, visit our BrewBQ page.
Both competitor and judge applications must be received no later than July 6th.

Prizes:

For Pit Master Teams, cash prizes and trophies will be awarded for first through fourth place in each category (chicken and ribs).

Prizes are first ($250), second ($125), third ($75) and fourth ($50).

Restaurant Competitor Information:

In addition to the Pit Masters, we are inviting local restaurants to compete for the chance to win our People’s Pork award! The local community will be the judge as they taste and vote on the best pulled pork offered by the area’s restaurants!

Applications can be found on our BrewBQ page!

4 Responses to 2015 BrewBQ

  1. Tom Kretschmaier April 4, 2015 at 10:56 AM #

    Hi great event last year!! My only complaint: Only one of the BBQ participants shared any of their product with the visitors during the event. Then when the event is judged, nobody has tasted the other food, and cannot enjoy the judging moment, and nobody really cares who wins because we havent tasted their BBQ. Can it be changed up this year to ask every participant to provide a sample to the visitors of the event? Otherwise, why really attend?? You can have a great tasting Victory anywhere – dont really need to spend a afternoon watching other people eat BBQ!

  2. Tom K May 28, 2015 at 1:53 PM #

    Hi, haven’t heard back. Have you considered my request? Much like Chili-Fest in West Chester, we’d get to try all the competitors entries. Thanks…still awaiting your reply.

    • Victory Brewing Company June 3, 2015 at 4:37 PM #

      Hi Tom! We’re working on it and we’ll keep you posted. Cheers!

  3. Tom K July 4, 2015 at 6:11 PM #

    Hi Victory team! Another month has gone by without your reply. I first asked my question in April. Now I’m guessing you’re going to tell me it’s too late to change the BrewBQ format. Hope I’m wrong and you tell me that the crowd gets to participate in the BBQ tasting, and not just watch from the sidelines! Go Victory!

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