Decatur set to reason initial drink and bbq event
June 21, 2016 - bbq set
DECATUR, Ind. (WANE) The initial ever Dekegger Homebrew and BBQ Fest is set to take place Saturday, Jun 25 in downtown Decatur.
The eventuality takes place from 5-9 p.m. and will be hold on Madison Street, between 2nd and 3rd streets, in downtown Decatur. Free parking is accessible in a 1st Street parking lot.
Tickets for a qualification decoction tent are $25 in allege and can be purchased during Decatur City Hall, Decatur Package Liquor or Lengerich Chiropractic. Tickets will be accessible a day of a eventuality for $30.
The qualification decoction tent will underline beers from internal brewers and Indiana breweries. The sheet package will concede entrance for those 21 and comparison to a qualification decoction tent, a t-shirt, tasting potion and goody bag. Designated motorist tickets are accessible for $10, and includes entrance into a qualification decoction tent for those 21 and older, t-shirt and goody bag.
The BBQ fest will underline pledge BBQers who will spend a day on Jun 25 perfecting their recipes for ribs, duck and pulled pig in downtown Decatur. The BBQ competition judging will start during 4 p.m., and embody Jan Mitchel, Kansas City BBQ Society Sanctioned Judge, Foul Butt BBQ veteran cooking team, and Decatur Mayor Ken Meyer. This apportionment of a eventuality will also open to a open during 5 p.m., where $1 tickets will be on sale to squeeze BBQ samples.
Winners of both a homebrew and BBQ contests will be announced during 8 p.m.
Additional activities embody a ribs eating contest, live music, a toast to a bison-tennial in respect of Indiana’s 200th birthday, and most more.