SAVOR 2019 may be the last one. Our staff reached out to some of the attendees to get their opinions on what worked, what didn’t, and what a potential SAVOR replacement might look like.
The SAVOR 2019 food was not… anything.
Hats off to the Brewers Association for pulling off this event year after year. There are a lot of moving parts, and it can’t be easy. That being said, there was an overwhelming consensus that the food took a huge step back this year. The food aspect of SAVOR is always tricky because the beer — some of it world class — arrives as a finished product, whereas the food is coming from the makeshift kitchen of the event space. But even by those standards, the food ran out early, often before 9:30 pm, and what was available wasn’t up to par.
Bruce Webster, DC Beer writer, longtime SAVOR volunteer: The complaint I heard the most and heard more than in the last few years was that there was not enough food. The people that did get the food who talked to me about i
Source: DC Beer
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