The 2018 Queen City Brewers Festival (QCBF), powered by Cloosiv, returns to The Fillmore for the third year on Saturday, February 3. The festival is ACEing Autism-Charlotte’s annual winter fundraiser and spotlights the Charlotte area’s breweries and brewpubs along with select restaurants to support ACEing Autism’s mission to serve more families in the Charlotte community affected by autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Guests will enjoy beer sampling from 36 exclusively Charlotte breweries and complimentary food sampling from a variety of hand-picked restaurant exhibitors with admission. Two tasting sessions: 1-4pm and 6-9pm. Tickets are $45 + fees, limited and will sell out. Enjoy Charlotte on tap 2.3.18!
About ACEing Autism-Charlotte:
ACEing Autism is a non-profit organization that uses specially designed tennis clinics by autism and tennis professionals to improve the lives of children affected by autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The goal of QCBF 2018 is to help launch a program in north Charlotte to meet demand and serve families in Concord, Cornelius, Huntersville and the surrounding area. Funds raised from QCBF will also be used to expand the Charlotte program’s enrollment, produce the annual Racquet Run, offer a special clinic at the Winston-Salem Open and keep registration costs as low as possible for participating families through a scholarship program.