The Pigs and Peaches Festival was a great success in Kennesaw

Did you visit our table at the Pigs and Peaches Festival?

Pigs and Peaches Festival Kennesaw

Pigs and Peaches Festival Kennesaw

Granite Countertop Warehouse and Crowe Custom Counters  had a table at the Pigs and Peaches Festival in Kennesaw          Georgia and was overwhelmed by the amount of people in  the community who came by to say hello.  The weather  cooperated and everybody had a great time. Not only were  the crowds friendly but all the events went off without a  hitch. many people commented on the general good feelings and positivity that was displayed when the community comes together. People from all over Georgia and the South came to participate in the festivities. The music was gave the festival a certain rhythm and excitement that made the event on to remember.

Moyers Competition BBQ team claimed the title of Grand Champion at the city’s Pigs & Peaches BBQ Festival, aGranite Countertop Warehouse at pigs and peaches 2 Kansas City Barbecue Society sanctioned competition held Friday and Saturday in Kennesaw.

The team won cash and a Primo Oval XL 400 Ceramic Grill with a cart and stainless steel side tables, as well as bragging rights as the State Champions in the Georgia State Championship KCBS Cookoff.

They also took home additional cash and prizes in other judging categories including 1st place in the rib category and 4th place in both pork and beef brisket.

Que’n Stew’n and Brew’n was the Reserve Champion. The Grand Champion in the Backyard or amateur division was Swine Dining; in addition to a cash prize, they received a Landmann Smoky Mountain Series 34-inch two-drawer gas vertical smoker. The Best in the Anything Butt contest was Major Q BBQ and for the second year running, Porkstars won the Peach Dessert competition.

The category winners for each of the four professional categories were:

  • Que’n Stew’n and Brew’n for chicken;
  • Moyers Competition BBQ for ribs;
  • Que’n Stew’n and Brew’n for pork; and
  • Dads BBQ Dream Team for beef brisket.

Over 50 cooking teams competed. The top five winners in each pro category and the top three in the Backyard division each received a one-of-a-kind artisan handcrafted trophy plus cash awards.

Certified KCBS judges rated the award winning entries. Kennesaw Mayor Mark Mathews announced the contest winners in an awards presentation on Saturday afternoon. The contest results can be found at

crowe countertops at the festival

Read more: The Marietta Daily Journal – Moyers Competition BBQ Team wins Georgia BBQ bragging rights