The Red Meat Revival

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Date/Time
Date(s) - Tuesday, April 26
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Location
Excelsior Brewing Co.

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The Legacy Project is holding a meat-fueled fundraiser at Excelsior Brewing on Tuesday, April 26 from 5:30- 8:30 pm.

Join meat pros Erik Sather from Lowry Hill Meats and local chef/owner of Minnesota Spoon and author of Slay to Gourmet series, Jon Wipfli, as they break it all down for an evening full of the best cuts and the best brews.

Come for the live Green Egg grilling demo, get tips on meat selection and prep to kick off your grilling season, and meet the meat guys with no holds barred for your questions on everything MEAT.

Your ticket includes two 9 oz. Excelsior Brewing beers and a round of high protein eats including skirt steak sliders, BBQ brisket and slaw, Korean cut short ribs, fresh franks and more. Proceeds from the event go to help repurpose a retired building in The Chippewa National Forest into the Legacy Lodge; a place where men and boys can go to learn life skills, reclaim or redefine their priorities, and reset.

Tickets are $55 in advance or $60 at the door, kids under 13 are free, all are welcome! For more info, or advance tickets, see legacyproject.club. Check out The Red Meat Revival event page on The Legacy Project Facebook page.

About The Legacy Project:

Not your typical 501.c.3. The Legacy Project is a movement with a unique mission. Co-founders Al Norby and Paul Spencer agree that there’s room for a place that helps men become a positive force for change in the world. “We have to be honest about how men think about money, women, faith and play. ‘Legacy’ is about what kind of mark a man leaves on others. The ‘project’ is a man’s journey to do so. In order for us to carve our mark in this world, we have to sharpen the knife.”

“ It’s rarely the big things that break men. It’s the onslaught of small things that never end…It’s the small things that beat a guy down and kill his spirit.
I believe you’re vision can save lives. Not like chemo treatment, or heart surgery, but more like soul surgery.” — Matt from Coon Rapids, MN.

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