Omaha Beer Fest

Tickets are on sale for the 4th Annual Omaha Beer Fest taking place June 6-7 at Stinson Park. This year they’ve included some food trucks to complement the fifty or so breweries represented. Live music, beer education sessions and other attractions will make this a fun event, particularly for those who can remain upright and cognizant after sampling so much beer. http://www.omahabeerfest.com/

Beer & Bacon

Speaking of beer tasting, tickets are also on sale for the 2nd Annual Beer & Bacon Festival scheduled for Saturday, August 2. This event is hosted by the Old Mattress Factory and tickets are limited. Although drinking beer and eating bacon is likely ample incentive to get folks to attend this event, it’s also a charity event to support the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Omaha and the Omaha Jaycees. http://www.omahabeerandbacon.com/

Chef Clayton Chapman’s Sharp Exposure

The Grey Plume’s Clayton Chapman is enjoying some national exposure (again), this time as one of the chefs featured within an ad campaign for Wüsthof knives. He’s no stranger to widespread recognition, especially with so many awards under his belt. http://wusthofedge.com/

Sing, Drink, Repeat

Wine and tea bar Morning, Noon & Night at Shadow Lake Towne Center in Papillion hosts an open jam session every Wednesday night. Come by and join in the singing and music-making, or just sip on a drink and watch other wine lovers start singing after they’ve had a few. http://www.morningnoonandnight.net/


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