Meat Fight Tickets Are On Sale Now Gone

Update: They sold out in 5 minutes. We told Alice to have it at AAC but no one ever listens to us.

Tickets for Meat Fight went on sale at 10 a.m. this morning. The third annual event, with a guest-judging appearance from Nick Offerman, goes down at Four Corners Brewery on November 17. All proceeds from the meat-centric affair, less tax and service fees, go to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society.

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General admission tickets are $75 and will get you 12 samples of brisket, ribs and sausage from some of the best chefs in Dallas like David Uygur of Lucia, Nathan Tate of Boulevardier, Anastacia Quinones of Komali, Omar Flores of Driftwood, Chad Houser of Café Momentum, Jeana Johnson of Good to Go Taco and Brian Luscher from The Grape.

You'll also get beer from Four Corners, whiskey tastings from Knob Creek, bacon doughnuts from Hypnotic, goodies from the Swiss Pastry Shop, Pop Star popsicles and yummy greens from Garden Café. There's also a pickle bar courtesy of Jack Mac's Swill and Grill and coffee from Noble Coyote Coffee Roasters. Plus you'll get a Meat Fight pint glass and other meat-centric swag.

The belle of the ball, however, is Parks and Rec star Offerman, who will be there to judge meat and manliness, because he is, after all, the leading barometer for proper testosterone levels. (If you're a hardcore stalker, you might want to study his just-released book, Paddle Your Own Canoe: One Man's Fundamentals for Delicious Living.)

If you think all that sounds good but are still hungry for more, then check out the VIP tickets. For $125, you'll get the honor of arriving an hour early and watching the judges judge meat. You'll also get a Meat Fight T-shirt and more swag in your bag.

Now, go forth and conquer the Meat Fight ticket page.

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