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Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Brisketfest Brings Brisket, Brisket, and More Brisket to Shotwell's

Posted By on Tue, Sep 6, 2011 at 9:15 AM

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Anyone who's had as much brisket as we have knows that's the only way you can talk after you've eaten just the right amount of it -- and probably the only word you can remember, too.

If that sounds fun -- trust us, it is -- you won't want to miss the Brisketfest at Shotwell's on Wednesday, Sept. 7 from 6 to 10 p.m.

Hit the jump for the rest of the juicy details.

A measly $5 gets you your choice of brisket from the three participating brisketeers -- Wise Sons Deli, Good Foods Catering, and Gypsy Kitchen. Each will be making a different kind of brisket, so there'll be something for everyone (except vegetarians, we suppose).

For $15, you get all three and a vote to decide which should get to wear the brisket crown (which sounds juicy but probably not really all that pleasant). SodaCraft will also be making some smoked strawberry vanilla bean sodas to help you wash it all down.

For full details, see SodaCraft's website. The event is cash-only, so hit the ATM first.

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