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Thursday, October 25, 2012

Food Trucks “Howling” into Tremont

Posted By on Thu, Oct 25, 2012 at 10:43 PM


South Side Food Truck Beer Dinner

A flotilla of food trucks will be rolling into Tremont this weekend. Their first stop: The South Side in Tremont, which is hosting tonight’s Food Truck Beer Dinner event. It will be held in the open field directly next to the restaurant. Wiesel Boy and Sierra Nevada breweries are supplying the suds. A total of five trucks will be on hand to pair beers from those breweries with food items from JiBaro, Zydeco, Fired Up Taco, StrEATS, and Sweet Mobile Cupcakes. A $35 ticket will get you one tasting and beers from each truck. A special VIP ticket for $50 will get you in 30 minutes early, and includes four additional beer and food samples. If you want to come to The South Side for dinner or drinks, don’t fret. It will be business as usual inside the always-popular eatery. Tickets can be purchased at; guest brews are listed below.

Wiesel Boy

Plaid Ferret Scottish Ale
Bitter Sable Imperial Black IPA
Anastasia Russian Imperial Stout
Dancing Ferret IPA
Zuur Bruin Fret
Alpenwiesel Weizenbock

Sierra Nevada

Pale ale
Big foot
(2) Ovila Abbey ale’s

Tremont Trucks & Treats

This Sunday marks one of the last times you will see the food trucks in Tremont’s Lincoln Park until the snow thaws. But they don’t plan on going quietly. Sunday’s Tremont Truck & Treats gives the four-wheel chefs the opportunity to showcase some seasonal grub. JiBaro, Fired Up Taco, Nosh Box, StrEATS, and Sweet Mobile Cupcakes will be on hand, promising not to forget Halloween. “Trucks will be howling from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. with their own witches’ brew and goblin bites,” says Lorna McClain from JiBaro. The trucks will be passing out special treats to young trick-or-treaters; for additional menu information, check Facebook and Twitter. Happy Truck-O-Ween.

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