The second annual CineBrew Mart takes place on Sat., April 25 from 11am-11pm in downtown San Jose. This event – brought to you by San Jose (SJ) Made, Camera Cinemas and Hermitage Brewing Company – will once again take place on the second and third floors of Camera 12 Cinemas and include all-day admission to movies at Camera 12 and local craft beer and artisan food tasting from 1pm-5pm. The cost of admission is $25.
The beer tasting will feature breweries representing the Bay Brewers Guild: Faultline, Gordon Biersch, Hermitage Brewing, Santa Clara Valley Brewing, Strike Brewing Co., Tied House, No Name Cider, Uncommon Brewers and Almanac.
The artisan food showcase will include offerings from Sweetdragon Baking Company, I Dream of Cookies, Franci Cakes, Thao Tea Company, Back Porch Bakery and Surrounded by Chocolate.
New to this year’s event will be dozens of short films from local filmmakers to be featured during the beer and food tasting portion of the day.
Marie Millares, founder and CEO of SJ Made – the San Jose-based company that provides pop-up retail space and events showcasing local products – shares:
“In this second installation of CineBrew Mart, we continue to partner with Hermitage Brewing and Camera 12, and we are ecstatic to work with the artisan food makers who are creating this fantastic local food scene in San Jose. Layering artisan treats, beer tasting and the movies into a single event showcases independent businesses who are at the forefront of building our local food identity in San Jose. It’s exciting!”
For additional information, including movie listings, and to purchase tickets, visit the event website at CineBrewSJ.com.
- Sat., April 25
- Access to Movies: 11:00am – 11:00pm
- Local Beer Tasting and Treats: 1:00pm – 5:00pm
- Venue: Camera 12 Cinemas, 201 South Second Street, San Jose, CA 95113
- Tickets Available at: cinebrewsj2015.eventbrite.com
- General Admission: $25 ($30 at door)
- Designated Drivers: $15 ($18 at door)
- Kids (Ages 5-12): $12 ($14 at door)
- Kids Ages 4 and under: Free
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