As seen on SA Live - Tuesday, October 10, 2023

Lumpia eating contest, Chris Flores & Yuengling Beer bring Oktoberfest pairings, celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with Nuestras Voces + new fall fashion pieces

Yuengling Beer is making a splash with their limited edition Oktoberfest Beer! (Glazer's Beer and Beverage of Texas + D.G. Yuengling & Son, Inc.)

SAN ANTONIO – Today on SA Live, we’re having a lumpia eating contest with Sari-Sari Filipino Restaurant Market, Chris Flores brings Oktoberfest pairings from Yuengling Beer, The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with Nuestras Voces and Defiant Boutique has new fall fashion pieces.

On this Tasty Tuesday, we want to know what food you would chow down in an eating contest! Send in your comment here and you might see it later in the show.

October is Filipino American History Month and Sari-Sari Filipino Restaurant Market is celebrating with their Filipino Festival featuring vendors, authentic Filipino flavors and even a lumpia eating contest!

Defiant Boutique is bringing in sample pieces from their newest fall collection and when you use their promo code SALIVE, you can get 15% off your online order.

Jen Tobias-Struski is taking us to The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center where she gets to chat with executive director Cristina Balli about their upcoming Nuestras Voces event to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.

Yuengling Beer is America’s oldest brewery and they’re teaming up with local social media influencer Chris Flores to show off their authentic German pairings you can find October 16 - 22 at the San Antonio Oktoberfest down at the Riverwalk.

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About the Author:

Avery Meurer is a Producer Trainee for SA Live. She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Science in Communications/Radio, Television and Film, as well as a Creative Writing Certificate. A native San Antonian, Avery attended the Northeast School of the Arts (NESA) majoring in musical theater and creative writing.