TASTE THE PEOPLE'S CHOICE: PALMIA
Fremont Street Eats is now serving the 2018 Fremont Burger & Brew Fest's People's Choice Award winner Palmia.
The tasting portion of the fest featured 38 craft brews from 18 bay area breweries. And this year, the coveted People's Choice Best Brew Award went to Palmia, Lemon Infused Lager.
"Palmia is much more than a refreshing, naturally lemon-infused beer. It is our 90 calorie love letter to good taste. Inspired by adventures on the coast of Spain, our dream was to bring a new choice to the light beer market, a lager that has superior flavor & offers a long overdue alternative to all the other watered-down beer brands. Whether you find yourself relaxing at the beach or just spending time with friends after work, Palmia wants your time & your beer to be of the highest quality."
Taste a winner at Fremont Street Eats! Palmia will be sold at the Fremont Chamber of Commerce beer and wine tent.
Dawn Breakers Lions Club - Lions are changing the world one community at a time, by addressing needs at home and around the globe. They are 1.4 million men and women who believe that kindness matters. One of their goals is to help with eyesight and this Friday, they are accepting donations of unused eye glasses and doing eye screenings.
Fremont Youth Soccer Club - Fremont Youth Soccer Club is a non-profit organization with available financial aid, providing a soccer program for players of all levels of ability and experience. Fremont YSC gives youth sports back to the kids with an understanding on psychology of coaching, and a pathway for those players wanting college exposure.
SAVE - SAVE’s mission is to strengthen every individual and family we serve with the knowledge and support needed to break the cycle of domestic violence and build healthier lives. They believe that every person has the right to live in peace. Every day they provide shelter, support, and educational opportunities for individuals and families, so they may end the cycle of abuse, heal, and have the freedom to reach their potential. Every year SAVE serves thousands of individuals and families across all its programs. SAVE’s reputation is built upon not only its many years of quality service and firsts, but also its focus on recognizing the needs of those not served, creating strong, trusting partnerships and inclusiveness – all are welcome regardless of ethnicity, faith, gender identity, sexual orientation, language spoken, level of education, physical or developmental needs, and geographic location.