Local newspaper Creative Loafing will celebrate the opening of Tampa Bay Beer Week with an intimate craft beer festival called Meet the Brewers on Thursday, February 23rd, 2017. 20 of Tampa Bay’s brewers will be on-site serving craft beer samples from 7PM to 10PM.
The event will be held at Morean Arts Center for Clay at 420 22nd Street South St. Petersburg.
Guests will be able to mingle with the brewers and enjoy 40+ brewery samples.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit Current Initiatives. Current is committed to educating others on current social initiatives and mobilizing them to bring about change.
Tickets start at $35 and are on-sale now.VIP comes with an hour of early entry and VIP food offerings from The Mill.
Get tickets: http://www.cltampa.xorbia.com/brewers
The event is sponsored by Hofbräuhaus, Florida Brewers Guild, Whole Foods Market, Ducky’s Sports Lounge, Florida Print Solutions, Roundhouse Creative, & Lyft!
Facebook RSVP: http://www.facebook.com/events/927629810672458/
Local newspaper Creative Loafing will host a cocktail competition called HighBall 2017 on Thursday, January 26th, 2017 from 7PM to 10PM at Kozuba & Sons Distillery (a truly beautiful facility) in St. Petersburg.
The event will showcase local bartenders, distillers, and craft cocktail culture. Guests will enjoy more than 15 craft cocktail samples at the event. A portion of proceeds to benefit Current Initiatives and their projects, such as the Laundry Project, Hope For Homes, and Affordable Christmas.
General Admission Tickets cost $25 in advance and $40 at the door. VIP tickets cost $50 in advance and $80 at the door (if tickets are still available).
VIP guests will receive an hour of early entrance to the event, as well as a private VIP-area with exclusive food/drink perks. All participants will be able to vote for the “Tampa Bay’s Best Cocktail” contest.
Buy tickets: http://www.cltampa.xorbia.com/highball
Sponsors and partners include Kozuba & Sons Distillery, Siesta Key Rum, Tamiami Gin, & Ox and Fields Restaurant + Bar.
My latest Creative Loafing article is about my Thanksgiving dinner at The Columbia. This year my family decided to go out to eat instead of the usual tradition of making dinner at home. I decided this would be a perfect opportunity to review a special restaurant dining occasion: eating out on Thanksgiving. I was surprised to find that many people also partake in this every year.
You can read about my experience in-depth by following this link: http://blogs.creativeloafing.com/dailyloaf/2010/11/29/thanksgiving-dinner-at-the-columbia/
For pictures of my meal follow the cut
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