SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - Q-Masters, chefs and vets at Service Brewing Company on Friday night in Savannah.
Bar-b-que pit masters heading to the craft brewery to benefit the Tiny House Project for Homeless Veterans. The event, a part of this year's Savannah Food & Wine Festival.
So far, Service has raised $7,000, which equals the cost of one tiny home. They hope to raise that same amount Friday night.
"This is a great way for everybody to get together in a place that really does support veterans every single day and honor that," said Savannah Food and Wine Festival President Michael Owens.
"Veterans Day for me used to be, when I was in the Army, hopefully, a day off. But now, it's really an opportunity to reflect on my brothers who I served with that didn't make it back," said Service Brewing owner Kevin Ryan.
Some of the pit masters in attendance, Bryan Furman of B's Cracklin' in Savannah and Clayton Rollison of Lucky Rooster in Hilton Head.