*Must be 21-years-old to attend both the Brewer’s Social on February 6th & the Microbrew Festival on February 7th. Bring your I.D.*
Lovers of craft beer, live music and great local food won’t want to miss the 6th Annual Traverse City Winter Microbrew & Music Festival taking place under heated tents this Saturday, February 7th at the Sara Hardy Parking Lot in Downtown.
The Jolly Pumpkin is kicking off this year’s festival with a Brewer’s Social on Friday, February 6th. Brewers and Beer Enthusiasts are invited to join in to an evening of beer, food, and fun. Musical entertainment by Younce Guitar Duo & Miriam Pico. The cost is $40 per guest and includes food, tax gratuity and your first pint of beer. Space is limited, so please call to make your reservation – 231-223-4333.
Brewer’s Social attendees will also have the first opportunity to purchase the Jolly Pumpkin’s 2015 La Roja Grand Reserve for $15 a bottle (no limit per customer).
The Brew Bus will be offering a shuttle service to and from The Jolly Pumpkin if you’re looking for a safe and fun way to enjoy the event. Pick-ups can be scheduled for the downtown area or Old Town parking structure for just $29. Please call Troy at 231-288-7676, or email: email@example.com to reserve your spot.
Menu Items to Look Forward To:
*Each guest will receive a menu, when seated
On your table you will find cured olives, cornichons, roasted peppers, caper berries and Jolly Pumpkin’s own curried chips.
Specials for the Night:
-Shrimp tempura with Thai chili sauce and Sriracha mayo
-Hickory smoked pulled pork with jalapeno slaw
-Brined pulled smoked free range chicken, Carolina sauce
-Brined chili dusted pork tenderloin, caramelized onion ragout, pork jus
-Sliced grilled sausages with beer braised sauerkraut
-Cassoulet Pork shoulder, sausage, Michigan navy beans, garlicky veal sauce
-Lentil & quinoa salad with Israeli cous cous, kale,
carrots and pickled onions
-Rocket arugula salad with mango ginger Stilton cheese, apples, candied walnuts, champagne vinaigrette
The TC Winter Microbrew & Music Festival, celebrating winter fun, craft beer and local wine, cider, mead and food, will be held at the Sara Hardy Parking Lot in Downtown. Grab your friends and join Porterhouse Productions and The Jolly Pumpkin in celebrating national and Michigan-made music, local food and artists!
Over 50 breweries will have their craft brews on tap, great music will be performed all evening long on four stages, delicious local food served from food trucks will tempt your taste buds, and thousands of other craft brew and music lovers will join you among this wonder Northern Michigan winter wonderland.
The Microbrew & Music Festival supports hundreds of community-based artists, small businesses, vendors, farmers, local food providers, arts and entertainment companies, hotels and motels, and others throughout Michigan. This commitment only strengthens our purpose to enrich each local economy.
“The Microbrew & Music Festival educates, celebrates, and inspires community collaboration through the joy of craft brew and great music while raising funds for non-profits.” – Porterhouse Productions
Please visit one, or all of the following links for information of interest to you…
Microbrew & Music Festival Official Website: http://microbrewandmusic.com/
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/microbrewandmusic
Porterhouse Productions Official Website: http://www.porterhouseproductions.com/
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/porterhouse.mi
The Jolly Pumpkin’s Official Website: http://www.jollypumpkin.com/traversecity/
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/jollypumpkintc
Bay Area Recycle for Charities, a Traverse City non-profit organization will be catering recycled goods for this event, as well as recycling all of your ‘trashy treasures.’
BARC serves five counties making up the Traverse Bay area. The close-knit team focuses on converting recyclables into revenues not only to support itself and fund its expansion, but to achieve its ultimate goal of giving maximum donations to local charities.
BARC offers easy, convenient options for maximizing the effect of your recycling, beginning with drop-off sites and pick-up service. The profits from the resources collected will be contributed to local charities.
BARC’s Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/BARC08
Bay Area Recycle for Charities Official Website: http://mybarc.org/