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Photo courtesy of Bacon and Beer Classic
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The Bacon and Beer Classic will be at Citi Field next month.

JANAE HUNTER

Bacon, beer and baseball will come together next month when Citi Field hosts the Bacon and Beer Classic.

Started by Cannonball Productions, the Bacon and Beer Classic is part of a series of events hosted by major league baseball stadiums throughout the country. Fans of baseball, as well as both bacon and beer, will get the chance to taste history as they walk through the stadium, sampling craft beer and bacon inspired goodies. There will also be live music, dancing, games, beer schools and cooking demonstrations.

“This certainly won’t be a run-of-the-mill experience for guests. The Bacon and Beer Classic brings together the best in local food, brews, and entertainment,” said Kate Levenstien, founder of Cannonball Productions and the Bacon and Beer Classic. “Because New Yorkers are such die-hard sports fans and so knowledgeable about craft beer and gourmet food, we’re thrilled to be hosting our next event at Citi Field in July.”

The Bacon and Beer Classic takes place at Citi Field on July 26. Tickets for either the brunch or evening session start at $39 and can be purchased here.

 

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