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Celtic Crossing in Cooper-Young to host its annual Irish Beer Dinner on March 14

March 08, 2013 By: mike Category: Events, Memphis

March 14 is turning out to be a busy night for beer events in Memphis.

The 4th annual Brew Movement Against Multiple Sclerosis, featuring craft beer, homebrew, food, live music and a silent auction, is March 14 at the Pink Palace Museum.

And at Napa Cafe in East Memphis, there’s the 4th installment of The Chocistry Experience by award-winning chocolatier, Phillip Ashley Rix, which will pair chocolate with beers from Ghost River Brewing.

Finally, for those looking to fill up on beer and hearty Irish fare, there’s the annual Irish Beer Dinner at Celtic Crossing benefiting the Cooper-Young Community Association and its beautification efforts. Here’s more information from the Facebook event page:

It’s that time of year again! Kick off the St. Patrick’s Day celebration with our annual Sam Adams Beer dinner. This year, proceeds will be going towards the Cooper Young Community Associations beautification efforts. Tickets are $50 per person or $90 per couple and get you a delicious 4 course meal paired with Sam Adams beer. We’ll also have great entertainment and fun gifts from Sam Adams.”

Celtic Crossing Irish Beer Dinner

1 Comments to “Celtic Crossing in Cooper-Young to host its annual Irish Beer Dinner on March 14”

  1. This is a bit late, but I find it ironic that a bar that “prides” itself as an Irish pub (which it couldnt be further from, half the time) is showing off an American lager on its St. Patrick’s Day flyer.

    Really? Couldn’t use Guiness, Murphy’s, or anything else, Celtic Crossing? Stay classy.


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