Event Name: Frog Town Craft Beer Festival

Date: Saturday, November 30th 2019

Time: 1-4pm (Come early and stop over at Midwest Ale Works before hand!)

Location: Inside The Rust Belt, 533 12th Avenue, East Moline, IL 61244

 

If you are a Fall or Winter Craft Beer Fan, we have the newest and only Quad Cites Fall/Winter Craft Beer Festival for you, The Inaugural Frog Town Craft Beer Festival!  Taking place inside the Rust Belt in East Moline, the Rust Belt is the newest Music Venue in the Quad Cities bring you National Touring Acts and now it can add a great Craft Beer Festival to its repertoire.

This event will focus on your favorite Fall/Winters craft beers, along with seasonal ales, ciders, and mead.  You will get a commemorative glass taster to keep upon your entrance to the event.  There will be great craft beer from 35+ breweries, live entertainment from Lewis Knudsen on the main stage, games, and great food available for purchase from Clint’s Pizza (Clint’s Draught House, Moline), and Junior’s Bar and Grill (East Moline).

A portion of the proceeds will be benefitting a great local charity, The Peaceful Palate.  The Peaceful Palate is a non-profit working with local restaurants taking safe food that is not served at the end of the day and could be frozen, over to shelters, streets, and to the local homeless or people who are in need.  In addition to a portion of the proceeds going to the Peaceful Plate, there will be a  wandering Santa taking “Selfies with Santa” for a couple dollars that goes directly to the Peaceful Palate, so find him, break out your phone and a couple dollars, and get that “Selfie with Santa!!”

Tickets and information available at: www.frogtownbeerfest.com or at the door the day of.

 

Tess Abney is a freelance writer who was born and raised in the Quad Cities. She spends most of her time attempting to successfully raise three boys. In her free time, writing is her passion. Whether it is sharing local events and businesses with readers or sharing her thoughts on life, she finds comfort in the way words can bring people together.