DENVER, CO— Woods Boss Brewing is excited to announce Community, Craft Beer, Music; a block party to promote and support local businesses, celebrate the community, and commemorate the company’s one year anniversary. Community, Craft Beer, Music will take place August 11 at the brewery (2210 California St, Denver, CO) in the heart of the Five Points neighborhood.
Woods Boss Brewing is partnering with local businesses including Solutions Lounge, Carbon Denver, I Love Kickboxing and ClusterTruck for this event, with more to follow.
Celebration of Community, Craft Beer, Music will feature live music from Groove ‘n Motion, Jubilingo, Indigent Row, and Mile High Brass Band beginning at 1pm.
“Over the last year we have met some great people in the community, shared adventures and enjoyed craft beers. We thought it was time to bring everyone together for a celebration of the community arounds us, craft beer and music,” says Chad Moore of Woods Boss.
The brewery will be tapping special beers throughout the day including some from the year-long archives, a variety of small batches from the Sapling Series and some barrel aged releases. The block between 22nd Avenue and Park Avenue on California Street will be transformed into a beer garden with local businesses, craft beers and food options throughout the day.
For more information about Woods Boss Brewery’s Celebration of Community, Craft Beer, Music, contact Chad Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT WOODS BOSS BREWING
Woods Boss is more than just a name – it’s a lifestyle inspired by the principals of outdoor ethics and conservation. The Woods Boss kicks it with a much-deserved brew, in good company, and gears up to get back on the trail. After your adventure join us in the taproom with more than 20 unique craft beers on tap and frequent live music to relax with friends new and old, and online at woodsbossbrewing.com.
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