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The Gathering Food Truck Pop Up With Flying Dog Beer, September 21

The Gathering Food Truck Pop Up With Flying Dog Beer, September 21

It’s time for another Baltimore Gathering, the ultra-popular food truck pop up, and it’s better than ever. How are we so sure? This time the event will feature craft beer: Flying Dog Snake Dog, a 7.1% ABV IPA.

Other drinks available at the September 21 event will include Leinenkugel Summer Shandy (it's the last day of summer, after all), Blue Moon, Miller Lite, red and white sangria, Orange Crushes, margaritas, merlot and pinot grigio. A $15 wristband will let you partake in unlimited quantities, or you can buy drinks one at a time.

Everything happens on Friday at Keswick and 34th Streets, and you can rest assured there will be plenty of food to go along with your drinks, served directly from the best mobile food operations in Baltimore. Live music will keep the party rocking from 5–10 PM.

Event Date: 09/21
Event Time: 5-10 PM
Location: Keswick & 34th St.
Price: PAYG, $15 unlimited drinks
Website: bmorefoodtrucks.com

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