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Beef, beer bring out the crowds to annual Red Bluff event – Appeal-Democrat

Julie R. Johnson/Corning Observer
Eating A&R Meats & Deli and Red Bluff Round Up’s award-winning Korean short ribs are three ladies attending the 13th annual Red Bluff Beef ‘n Brew hosted by the Tehama County CattleWomen’s Association and Downtown Red Bluff Business Association on Sept. 16.
Sub Culture’s Ol’ 6-Six Spice Company was a popular stop for samples of beef appetizers and craft beer in downtown Red Bluff during the Sept. 16 Beef ‘n Brew. The vendor won this year’s Judge’s Choice award.

Julie R. Johnson/Corning Observer
Eating A&R Meats & Deli and Red Bluff Round Up’s award-winning Korean short ribs are three ladies attending the 13th annual Red Bluff Beef ‘n Brew hosted by the Tehama County CattleWomen’s Association and Downtown Red Bluff Business Association on Sept. 16.
Sub Culture’s Ol’ 6-Six Spice Company was a popular stop for samples of beef appetizers and craft beer in downtown Red Bluff during the Sept. 16 Beef ‘n Brew. The vendor won this year’s Judge’s Choice award.
The sidewalks were crowded in downtown Red Bluff as more than 900 people attended the 13th annual Beef ‘n Brew hosted by the Tehama County CattleWomen’s Association and the Downtown Red Bluff Business Association.
Along with the crowds the popular event was home to the aroma of beef up-and-down the town’s main streets as 23 vendors served beef appetizers, such as 2 Drunk Guys & a Grill, Ace Hardware Red Bluff, Main Street Deli, A&R Meats, Rolling Hills Casino and Mama D’s.
“The event went fabulous. It is crazy how popular the Beef ‘n Brew has become,” said event Chairwoman Cathy Tobin, member of TCCA. “We had several new beef vendors this year and I talked to so many people who were happy with the turnout and plan on coming back.”
Although countless hours of work are put into planning and organizing the annual Beef ‘n Brew, Tobin said the benefits it provides Red Bluff businesses and the community overall outweighs the work.
The annual fundraiser also benefits the TCCA’s scholarship program to assist students attending college/university earning agriculture-related degrees.
While it was difficult to choose only two winners out of the plethora of delicious beef appetizers, the People’s Choice award and Judge’s Choice award were announced.
“Congratulations to A & R Meats & Deli and the Red Bluff Round Up Store for winning the event’s People’s Choice award for the third time with Korean Short Ribs,” said Jean Barton, a member of TCCA. “And congratulations to Ol’ 6-Six Spice Company from Willows at Subculture on Walnut Street winning the perpetual Judge’s Choice for ChimiChem Flank Steak appetizers, who received a $150 gift certificate donated by ACE Hardware Red Bluff.”
More than 1,275 lbs. of beef was used by vendors during the event – a great promotion for beef by TCCA.
Barton said 85 lbs. of shredded beef, 137 lbs. tri tip, 26 lbs. chuck roast, 50 lbs. ground beef, 40 lbs. flank steak, 42 lbs. pastrami, 60 lbs. top sirloin, 25 lbs. rib eye, 302 lbs. brisket, 450 lbs. short ribs, 40 lbs. chub, and 18 lbs. all beef hot dogs was used in the appetizers and enjoyed by the swarm of guests.
The beef appetizer judges, active in California CattleWomen, were Stacey Jackson, Beef Promotion chair; Leanne Brown, Membership chair; and Cheryl Foster, Beef Ambassador chair.
“A big compliment for our event is to be copied by another county,” Barton added. “Our beef appetizer judges from Siskiyou County will have their first Beef ‘n Brew on Sept. 30, when Miner Street in Yreka is closed and Chad Bushnell will be playing his music for street dancing. There will be beef appetizers and beer samples in the stores, a steak dinner 5-10 p.m., plus farm to table vendors.”
Along with enjoying a little beef and beer, visitors stopped to have their pictures taken at the photo booth in front of US Bank, where ACE Hardware had Pickled Asparagus in a Pastrami Wrap nearby and Bob’s Tire had Tacos Cotija serving shredded beef and carne asada.
Twenty-five different custom craft beer booths were set up inside businesses and stores where guests could have their mini-mugs filled for sampling. The mugs were provided by Rolling Hills Casino and were part of the ticket-package.
This year’s “Celebrity Pourers” at the beer booths were members of Red Bluff 20-30 Club, plus Farm Advisor Josh Davy, Tehama County Cattlemen Association President Justin Hamilton, Red Bluff Councilman Clay Parker and his wife, Lily, Julie Kelley, Brandon and Tara Ellis, Tehama County Superintendent of Education Rich DuVarney, Michelle Blunkall and Tami Henderson.
TCCA member Cathy Tobin was chairwoman of the Beef ‘n Brew, with Travis Dolling handling the Downtown Red Bluff businesses’ ABC licenses, ordering the craft beers, seltzers and hard ciders.
“I appreciated Travis preparing the judges sheets with Business Hosting, address, beef serving, appetizer name, taste, use, appearance and total points,” Barton said.
Lance Michael Cornwell and his band was rockin’ Cone and Kimball Plaza from 7 to 10 p.m., where crowds enjoyed dancing, tri-tip wraps from Mike Collins’s crew, plus a cup of beer.
TCCA leadership offered thanks to the Beef ‘n Brew sponsors – Outback Contractors, Corning Ford, Suburban Propane, Orland Livestock Commission Yard, Animal Health International, Big O Tire Red Bluff, Golden State Farm Credit, Cornerstone Community Bank, Certified Hereford Beef from American Hereford Association, and the Red Bluff Bull & Gelding Sale, and the Copy Center for printing all the flyers.
Appreciation was also expressed to event mapmaker Bob McConnell, the Red Bluff Elks Lodge who donated ice, Bob’s Tire donating water, Michelle Hickok logo design, Jessie Woods of Gold Exchange for advertising, Mike Collins and Crew for the tri tip wraps, and the 15 FFA members who put up fencing, ran errands, and helped in many other ways.
Jean Barton contributed to the article.
Some clouds this morning will give way to generally sunny skies for the afternoon. High 81F. Winds NNW at 10 to 15 mph..
A clear sky. Low 51F. Winds light and variable.
Updated: October 23, 2023 @ 4:27 am
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