PALM SPRINGS PROPS & HOPS CRAFT BEER CONCLAVE
Saturday, November 10, 2012 from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM (PST)
Palm Springs, United States
We are extremely excited to be presenting the "second round" of the Palm Springs Craft Beer Conclave. It’s a celebration of the “best in brew”, great music and awesome food. The PALM SPRINGS PROPS & HOPS CRAFT BEER CONCLAVE is at the Palm Springs Air Museum, where craft brewers from all over Southern California are bringing a wide selection of their best brews - and we've invited some of our favorite gourmet food trucks. Great beers, awesome food all topped off with cool music. Throw in a few thousand of our closest friends, some home brew demonstrations and its gonna be the beer event of the season!
DESIGNATED DRIVER tickets are available on the day of the event and must be purchased by a guest with full VIP or GENERAL access. GENERAL DD - $10.00
Please Note: Both VIP and General Admission attendees are given 8 “beer sample” tickets that can be redeemed for beer. The Volunteers from the Palm Springs Air Museum will be selling additional “beer sampling” tickets for a nominal charge as well as 12oz cups of your favorite brew. All beer sales are benefiting Palm Springs Air Museum and helps them to continue their amazing work in our community.
con·clave - [kon-kleyv, kong-] noun
an assembly or gathering, especially one that has special authority, power, or influence:
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Pay It Forward Productions
Cliff Young (a.k.a. "The Minister of Culinary Awareness") relishes his 35+ years of experience in the restaurant industry, from humble beginnings as a dishwasher in a truck stop, to designing and building his own award-winning coffee houses in Southern California.
Cliff now has many titles besides that of a restaurateur he is now a: TV personality, public speaker, writer, world traveler, gourmand, award -winning coffee roaster/aficionado, and a proud father of two teenage daughters.
This infamously quirky, witty host has become anything but pedestrian, as he continues to search out and introduce his devout viewers of the multi-award winning PBS Television channel series. Cliff encounters the passionate, the wild and the downright outrageous personalities and places that help define “what great food is all about”. Whether it is eating with a group of coffee workers in Guatemala, a world class winemaker in Napa, or cooking with some of the best chefs or one of his celebrity friends, Young refuses to yield to middle age and boring food and drink.