Sat. Jan 16: Brrr… It’s a Chili Cook-off!

2016 Chili Cookoff at Greenbrier Valley Brewing Company, Lewisburg WV

It will be a spicy time when hops and heat collide at Greenbrier Valley Brewing Company’s first annual Chili Cook-Off, held Saturday, January 16th from 6pm-9pm. Admission is free and several local residents, restaurants, and businesses will be vying for a chance to be crowned 2016 Chili Champ/Best of Show, which will be determined by local chefs. There will also be 3 Peoples’ Choice Awards. If you plan to compete, be sure to bring your chili in a crock-pot and bring your own ladle to serve with. The brewery will provide all other supplies. Your favorite GV Brewing Co beers will also be on draft to help keep the heat in check. Also competing in the chili cook-off is the brewing company and you may find one of your favorite drafts in their recipe! So cook and compete or just come to eat. This will be a fun winter event for all.

Sweet Shoppe 2016

Throughout the chili/chilly month, check out other brewery events including Yoga, Body, & Beer and Arts and Ales at the Brewery.

Yoga, Body, & Beer is held Thursday, January 7th and 21st by LBSPY Greenbrier Valley Grown columnist, Kim Forte. This classes caters to yoga students of all levels and abilities and are designed to strengthen muscles and lengthen the central axis of the body. Classes are held from 5:30-6:45pm and it’s $10/person. Your admission also includes 3 free beer samples at the end of class!

Greenbrier Valley Baking Co Lewisburg, WV

Arts and Ales at the Brewery is on Friday, January 22. This is a 2-hour professionally taught painting workshop held in the taproom. Professional artists, Rose Dobbins and Pamela Gatens, will be teaching the class. All art supplies and one free drink token are included with each ticket purchase. This events starts at 7pm and admission is $40 per person.

The Brewing Co is located at 862 Industrial Park Road in Lewisburg, WV. Follow them @greenbriervalleybrewingco or look them up at or call 304-520-4669.

– LBSPY 73, January 2016.

Featured photo by @brittanyam12 on instagram

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