Held from 7-10 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 9, at Zion Church of the City of Baltimore, the event raises money a trio of nonprofits. This year’s beneficiaries are the Baltimore Brew, Farm Alliance of Baltimore City and Force, a collaboration between activists to upset rape culture.
The organizations are picked to represent examples of people taking it upon themselves to make a difference, and the food and drink are made by folks who don’t usually seek out a big audience or proft.
Throughout, attendees can alternate between homemade chili and home-brewed beer. In the chili category, the competition is further broken down into vegetarian and chili con carne. It’s all you-can-eat/drink until folks run out.
Judges crown a winner in each category, but it’s decided by the attendees for the most part. Since home cooks and brewers want to know how they stack up, a panel of local celebrity judges weighs in, too.
Check out the website for ticket info. The event will probably sell out.
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