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Tickets on sale for 6th annual Brew Movement Against Multiple Sclerosis at Pink Palace

February 09, 2015 By: mike Category: Craft beer, Events, Homebrew, Memphis

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The 6th Annual Brew Movement Against Multiple Sclerosis, a beer tasting event that raises funds for the Mid South Chapter of the National MS Society, is coming up Friday, Feb. 27, at the Pink Palace Museum in Memphis.

The event will be held from 7 to 10 p.m. and will feature homebrew and craft beer, food, a silent auction and live music, all for a great cause.

Homebrew will be served from the Bluff City Brewers & Connoisseurs and Memphis Brewers Association homebrew clubs, as well as Midsouth Malts, Bernoulli’s Beer Werks, What Would Jesus Brew and The Memphis Filling Station. There will also be craft beer on tap from Memphis’ High Cotton Brewing Co., Memphis Made Brewing, Wiseacre Brewing Company, Boscos and Ghost River Brewing, as well as beers from Yazoo, AS Barboro, Blue Pants, Schlafly and others.

Food offerings will be from Swanky’s Taco Shop, Cheffie’s Cafe, Bayou Bar and Grill, Central BBQ and Tamp & Tap. The band The Tinglers will be playing in the ballroom and there will also be live piano and bass in the piano room of the mansion.

Tickets are $35 in advance and $40 at the door. Tickets cans be purchased online here. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door.

To date, this annual event has raised close to $50,000, which has directly benefited the local MS Society in continuing to improve the lives of individuals in the Mid-South who suffer from multiple sclerosis. MS is a chronic disease that attacks the central nervous system and affects 400,000 Americans.  Join the Brew Movement in “Fighting MS One Beer at a Time!”

For further information call 901-755-4900 or email msbrewmovement@yahoo.com.

Memphis Brewers Association to host ‘An Afternoon with John Palmer’ on March 28

January 25, 2015 By: mike Category: Events, Homebrew, Memphis

how-to-brewThe Memphis Brewers Association is bringing author John Palmer to Memphis to share his tips on making award-winning homebrew.

“An Afternoon with John Palmer” will be held March 28, from 1 to 4 p.m., at Memphis Made Brewing Company, 768 Cooper.

Palmer is author of How to Brew, widely considered one of the best guides to brewing great beer at home.

A $20 ticket will get you access to plenty of homebrew, BBQ, silent and live auctions, and beer-making tips from the visiting author.

Designated driver tickets are also available for $10. To buy tickets online, click here.

‘Half Pints for Half Pints’ at Memphis Made to benefit Peabody Elementary PTA

January 22, 2015 By: mike Category: Breweries, Events, Memphis

The Cooper-Young Community Association is sponsoring a benefit at Memphis Made Brewing Company on Saturday, Feb. 7, to raise money for Peabody Elementary PTA.

Tickets to ‘Half Pints for Half Pints’ are on sale now ($50 for an individual or $75 per couple). Here’s more info about the event:

Drink Memphis Made beer. Eat Midtown food. Bid on cool stuff from local restaurants. And the best part? It all benefits Cooper-Young’s Peabody Elementary PTA!

Wait — there’s more. It’s all happening inside one of Cooper-Young’s favorite new spots — Memphis Made Brewing Company’s Tap Room!

Your ticket will get you Memphis Made brews and food from Central BBQ, Sweetgrass and Celtic Crossing. Silent auction items from local businesses. Music by DJ Michael Kuntzman.

Get your tickets now!

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Tickets on sale for 6th annual Memphis Brewfest at AutoZone Park

December 16, 2014 By: mike Category: Craft beer, Events, Memphis

2015 Memphis BrewfestTickets went on sale Monday evening for the 2015 Memphis Brewfest, which is set for 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 18, at AutoZone Park.

Organizers say the sixth edition of the Downtown Memphis beer festival may be the best yet, with new features planned. Among them: special tastings in some newly constructed parts of the stadium, along with a German Beer Garden on the right field deck.

The event, which is the biggest beer fest in Memphis, features international beers, craft beers and local homebrews. The festival will serve as the kickoff for the 3rd annual Memphis Beer Week, which runs April 18-25 (details coming soon on Beer Week events).

Tickets are $42 and can be purchased online now. The price goes up to $45 on April 11.

All net proceeds from the festival benefit Parent Project Muscular Dystrophy and the Memphis Redbirds Foundation.