Wabash Valley Art Spaces Inc. will host the third annual Arts & Crafts Brew-Off, celebrating the art of beer making, from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday in the Red Barn at Sycamore Farm, 5001 E. Poplar St.
The Brew-Off will feature nine regional home brewers in a tasting competition for non-commercial brewing.
Included with the price of admission, guests can taste more than 12 home-brewed beers, regional craft beers from Sun King Brewery, 18th Street Brewery, Bell’s Brewery and 3 Floyds Brewing Co., and enjoy savory food from The Butler’s Pantry prepared by Chef Kris Kraut. They also will receive a commemorative tasting glass.
“The Arts & Crafts Brew-off is a wonderful way to celebrate local brewers,” said Art Spaces executive director Mary Kramer, “and a great way to pair their impressive craft with the arts. Art Spaces is grateful for the enthusiasm and support demonstrated at last year’s event by the brewers and those who attended. We are delighted to offer the event again this year.”
According to a press release: “The objective of the brew-off competition is twofold – support the mission of Art Spaces, and celebrate the ancient art of beer making. Terre Haute is home to a burgeoning craft brew culture, and the Arts & Crafts Brew-Off seeks to bring the community closer together, educate guests about home brewing and provide a way for local home brewers to be recognized for their craft.”
Advance sale tickets are $35 and can be purchased at wabashvalleyartspaces.com until 5 p.m. Friday, then $40 at the door at the event.
The event is sponsored in part by Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Police Technical and Monarch Beverage Co. as well as Big Picture, Comfort Keepers, Dr. Frank Zwerner, Dr. Patrick Titzer, Ross and Amber Cadick, Sackrider & Company Inc., Supreme Heating & Cooling, Wabash Valley Fermentation N’ Ale and Xenia Development.
For more event details, visit wabashvalleyartspaces.com or call 812-235-2801.