West Virginia Bites and Brews benefits Spark! center

Enjoy craft beer, food, music and a drawing and silent auction, April 21 at the 3rd Annual West Virginia Bites and Brews.
Spark! Imagination and Science Center is hosting the food-and-craft beer fest from 5-9 p.m. at the WV National Guard Readiness Center, 90 Army Way, in Morgantown.
All proceeds benefit Spark! Imagination and Science Center, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to inspiring people of all ages to explore science and the arts through interactive exhibits and educational programs.
Last year’s event sold out, so organizers suggest ordering tickets soon.
Cost is $35 per person. Designated Driver Tickets are $12 — this does not include a sample glass or beer samples. Tickets are available online at https://sparkwv.yapsody.com/
Participants must be 21 years old or older. No one under 21 will be permitted at the event.
Weary Space Wanderer will perform during the event.
With your Bites and Brews ticket, you receive a sample glass and 20 samples of your choice from breweries including Big Timber Brewing, Bridge Brew Works, Mountain State Brewing Co., Parkersburg Brewing Co., Pubstomper Brewing Company, Rivertowne Brewing, Screech Owl Brewing, Short Story Brewing, Swilled Dog Hard Cider and New Belgium. Mead from Dragon Mazery will also be available for sample. Participants can purchase additional beer and wine.
You will also enjoy free donuts and coffee from Tim Horton’s. Food will be available for purchase from food vendors including Hash Browns and New Grounds, Hill & Hollow, Pyles of Pasta, Bar-B-Qed Beast, 3-0-Pho TO-GO, Dickey’s Barbecue Pit and Dina Colada Enterprises.

To continue reading, log into your account or explore our subscription options:





More Featured

Featured
After years of waiting, stable owner makes it to the Kentucky Derby
This is a story partly about horses, a horsewoman and the most famous horse race of all, the Kentucky Derby.
July 27, 2019 - 5:00 pm
Community
Main Street Morgantown gets people downtown for Arts Walk
Carol Coffman spent 36 years in the classrooms of the Albert Gallatin School District, in Fayette County, Pa.
July 27, 2019 - 3:16 pm
Featured
Large craters on W.Va. 7 filled, Pleasant Street set to be repaired Monday
cavernous pothole on Powell Avenue, a stretch of W.
July 27, 2019 - 2:58 pm
Featured
State medical cannabis program won't be ready to roll on start date
West Virginias medical cannabis program officially takes effect July 1.
June 23, 2019 - 1:00 am