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Appalachian Brewing Company’s Fiery Wing Challenge

The Appalachian Brewing Company has initiated the “Ultimate Wing Challenge,” a six-week event designed to test the mettle of wing lovers at its five locations: Harrisburg, Mechanicsburg, Carlisle, Gettysburg, and Lititz. Launching on April 1st, this culinary contest introduces a unique wing flavor each week, with the heat level escalating progressively. Aimed at both spice enthusiasts and those eager to engage in a flavorful challenge, the event promises an exploration of tastes ranging from traditional to the boundaries of spice intensity.

Participants of the Ultimate Wing Challenge stand a chance to win a substantial reward, with all entrants being entered into a draw for a $500 gift card at the conclusion of the six weeks. This inventive gastronomic journey is part of the Appalachian Brewing Company’s broader effort to offer unique dining experiences. Detailed information about the challenge, including specific flavors and rules, can be accessed through the company’s official website, encouraging interested individuals to explore the event calendar for an in-depth look at what each location has to offer.


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Daily Forecast, April 21, 2024

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