Monday, December 14, 2009

Get out your holiday sweater...we're having a party!

Normally we don't post about Tasting Room events until later in the week, however I wanted to get this out asap early this week since I'm sure everyone has their holiday plans well underway. We've got lots going on so hopefully you can fit in a trip to the Tasting Room!

First off we'll be kicking off the weekend with that cask of dry-hopped Humulus XPA Tyler was telling you about.  Because really, can you ever have too much of a good thing (I'm referring to the hops, of course)?  

We'll also be holding our holiday party at the Tasting Room.  This party is a holiday sweater theme, so please come dressed to impress (or amuse) in your favorite holiday sweater.  If you need an idea, here's a good example of what we're talking about... 



 
Don't feel bad if you can't find one this good.  This is a medal-winner as far as I'm concerned; not easy to come across.  

This will also be a charity related event for Project 23, benefitting homeless and families in need here in Orange County.  We ask that you donate an unwrapped, first use toy for girls under the age of 12.  As a thank you for your participation, we'll be raffling off some items including a few of our favorite beers from the archive to those who contribute.  

We'll also serve a few light snacks, because what's a holiday party without snacks?

Speaking of snacks, on Saturday night our friends at Kogi BBQ will be stopping by to serve some of their delicious Korean BBQ for your enjoyment (and ours) so come hungry!

You can also pick up some last minute holiday gifts like Bruery Reserve Society memberships, Bruery gear (including our new beanies!), and gift baskets.  

Hope to see you there!

1 comment:

spkrtoy said...

this 1st post is spam!!!!!!!!!!!!
I was at the party and saw no "raffle" even though there were 60+ people there, so what gives?
Oh well, I had an amazing time speaking with all the BrueHeads (ha, new term Pat?) that were there to enjoy the best West Coast beers available anywhere in the world!
Great job Pat and Tyler! I'll be by this weekend to partake of some Oude Tart!