Flying Dog GonzoFest—September 13!!
Posted by Bob Skilnik on September 2, 2008
FLYING DOGBREWERY HOSTS ANNUAL THROWDOWN WITH BEER, MUSIC AND PURPOSEFUL, PROVOCATIVE IRREVERANCE
GonzoFest joins forces with Hard Times Café Chili Cook-Off on September 13
Frederick, MD – August 19, 2008 – Flying Dog Brewery announces GonzoFest 2008 to occur on September 13 at the Flying Dog Brewery in Frederick, Maryland from 3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
The annual throwdown will feature live music and host the Hard Times Café Chili Cook-Off for the Maryland State Chili Cook-Off Championship.
In addition to the eclectic sounds of four different bands and the taste of competition caliber chili, attendees can enjoy a variety of Flying Dog beer and tours of the Flying Dog brewery.
A complementary souvenir mug and beer samples are included in the price of admission.
“GonzoFest is really a representation of Flying Dog’s core values which are “purposeful, provocative irreverence,” explains Neal Stewart, director of marketing for Flying Dog.” This year’s event will definitely be provocatively irreverent with tons of live music and samples of our award-winning beers. But it will also be purposeful with a portion of the proceeds going to the Heartly House which serves Frederick County residents who have been impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse.”
Admission to GonzoFest is $12 in advance and $15 at the door. For more information, visit www.flyingdogales.com or call 301-694-7899.
About Flying Dog
Flying Dog is Denver’s largest brewery and the second largest craft brewery in the state of Colorado. Their award-winning “litter of ales” are available in 45 states. The Brewery is located at 4607 Wedgewood Blvd., just off English Muffin Way and MD Hwy 85. Flying Dog’s core values of “purposeful, provocative and irreverent” flow through the veins of the brewery’s founding owners, George Stranahan and Richard McIntyre. George and Richard were friends with the “Gonzo Journalist,” Hunter S. Thompson who coined the brand’s tagline “Good People Drink Good Beer” and with the “Gonzo Artist,” Ralph Steadman, who illustrates the brand’s packaging. For more information, log on to www.flyingdogales.com.
Contact: Neal Stewart, Director of Marketing
Flying Dog Brewery
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