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Join us Sept. 21 for Pig & Swig!

Posted By on Mon, Sep 18, 2017 at 2:41 PM

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Make plans to join Arkansas Times at 6 p.m. Sept. 21 for Pig & Swig, an event centered around two of life's finest pleasures: sippin' whiskey and fine swine.

Early bird tickets start at $35, and tickets are limited. Hit the Pig & Swig Facebook events page for more information, or buy tickets now at centralarkansastickets.com

The event, which benefits the Downtown Little Rock Partnership, will be held at the Heifer Project Pavilion and Urban Farm near the Clinton Center. It's will feature liquid gold from presenting sponsor Bulleit Frontier Whiskey, plus George Dickel Tennessee Whisky, I.W. Harper and Johnny Walker Scotch. Guinness beer and wine by the glass will also be available for purchase. Ben E. Keith Foods is also a sponsor.

In addition, attendees can enjoy pork-based delicacies from over a dozen of Central Arkansas's finest restaurants, including Samantha's Tap Room & Wood Grill, Boulevard Bread, South On Main, Four Quarter, Heifer Cafe, B-Side, The Pizzeria, Pasta Jack's, Rebel Kettle, Southern Table, @ The Corner, The Pizzeria, Capital Bar & Grill, Forty Two, Whole Hog North Little Rock and more.

Colonial Wine & Spirits is sponsoring a free photo booth at the event, and another sponsor, Rock City Harley Davidson, will have the latest model Harleys on hand and folks to answer questions. A Pig & Swig wristband gets you into the after party at Ernie Biggs on Clinton Ave.

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