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An Opportunity To Enjoy Great Flavors
ENJOY GREAT FLAVORS AT SAVOR IDAHO AND TASTE & CRAFT
March 23, 2017
Taste & Craft and Savor Idaho are two great opportunities to sample what Idaho has to offer in food and drinks.
Taste & Craft
On Saturday, April 8, at Payette Brewing you can enjoy the flavors from Idaho and around the world. Taste & Craft began as Taste208 in 2011, but was rebranded this year to put the focus on craft beverages. The event isn’t only focused on beer, wine and spirits, but attendees will also be able to sample kombucha, coffee, and craft soda.
Don’t want to wait until April to try delicious drinks and food? You can attend a “Tasters” happy hour on March 29 at Trailhead from 4pm to 6pm. This is also an opportunity to purchase tickets for Taste & Craft at discount!
Tickets for the VIP experience are $75 and limited to 300 patrons, while normal tickets are $50 tickets and open to 1,000. This event is only for those 21 years old and up. Find more information here.
No one knows wine like the Idaho Grape Growers and Wine Producers Commission. This is the ninth year for the commission to host Savor Idaho, an amazing event dedicated to wine and food.
Sip on delectable Idaho wines and sample bites from local restaurants. Set in the gorgeous Idaho Botanical Gardens, this event offers patrons the chance to try what Idaho has to offer. The event is from 2pm to 5pm, with each guest receives a commemorative wine glass.
Each guest will be greeted with a commemorative wine glass as they taste and sip their way through Idaho’s best. With your ticket purchase, you will have access to all food and beverage vendors inside the main event. Each ticket holder will be able to taste the offerings of all the vendors within the event.
General admission is $45. Buy your tickets now! The VIP tickets are already sold out.
- See more at: http://www.thinkingboise.com/blog/taste-craft-savor-idaho/#sthash.WiizSULp.dpuf
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