2013 Festival News

Please Note: You are viewing a post that is in the archive of this website. This post refers to a past year Moorpark Beer Festival. Please go to the Blog to see posts for the 2016 event.

  See The Blog

Custom Melt

The Moorpark Beer Festival announces the lineup of food vendors to include a variety of high-end food trucks and gourmet food vendors at the October 12th festival.  The festival will feature 8 food vendors.

Returning Vendors include Moorpark’s Custom Melt – a gourmet grilled cheese sandwich vendor and Me n Ed’s Pizza of Moorpark.  New vendors include Gourmet Food Trucks;  Cambalache’s Argentinian Food Truck, Sam Choy’s Pineapple Express Food Truck and the Me So Hungry Food Truck.

Lillian Canterbury, Chairman of the Moorpark Beer Festival had the following remarks, “The high-quality craft beer that is being served at the Moorpark Beer Festival will be complemented well by the delicious gourmet fare that is being served.  The Moorpark Beer Festival Committee put an emphasis on finding the best quality food available to serve to our guests.  You won’t be disappointed.”

These are the Food Vendors serving the 4th Annual Moorpark Beer Festival:

  • California Kettle Corn
  • Cambalaches Argentinian Food Truck
  • Custom Melt Grilled Cheese
  • Me n Ed’s Pizza
  • Me So Hungry Food Truck
  • Rotary Tri Tip & Sausage BBQ Truck
  • Sam Choy’s Pineapple Express Truck
  • Sweet Arleen’s Cupcakes

To get more information on the different food vendors serving at this year’s festival, visit http://www.MoorparkBeerFestival.com/Breweries.

The Moorpark Beer Festival is the annual fundraiser of the Moorpark Morning Rotary Club. Started in 2010, the event has become a staple in the Moorpark community calendar and funds the Moorpark Morning Rotary Club’s philanthropic efforts throughout the year. All of the proceeds of the Moorpark Beer Festival will benefit the Moorpark Morning Rotary Club Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, which uses the funds to support local schools and community organizations.

Last year, the Moorpark Morning Rotary Foundation gave $25,000 in festival profits to 20 local schools and nonprofits.