This Saturday, April 18th, Jean Broillet and the rest of the brew team at Tired Hands Brewing Company are hitting up five different bars, showing off beer brewed from their operational (but not yet open to the public) Fermentaria.
The brewers will be at Local 44 from 12-1 pm, Strangelove’s from 2-3 pm, Standard Tap from 4-5 pm, Memphis Taproom from 6-7 pm and Alla Spina from 8-9 pm. They’ll be pouring their popular HopHands as well as debuting Rutilant, their new IPA brewed with Nelson Sauvin and Cascade Hops.
Plan on meeting up with them at one spot or another. Just don't follow them around all day. That's stalking.
Tired Hands Brewing Company [Official]
The Memphis Taproom Beer Garden is just waiting to be filled with happy beer-drinkers.
It’s that time of year again when the weather decides to get drunk and say it’s cool to have 40 degree mornings, 68 degree afternoons and violent thunderstorms. But we put up with this transition stage for the same reason we put up with adolescence: it’s unpleasant now, but soon it will be over and things will be better.
To celebrate the onset of almost summer (did I just jinx it? Sorry…), Memphis Taproom is celebrating its seventh anniversary with a special draft list inside, and a grand re-opening of its outdoor beer garden on Saturday, April 18th at noon.
The beer garden will feature a brand new menu for their truck. Expanding beyond just hot dogs, the new menu offers "truck fries" (fries covered in ground beef, fried onions, cheddar cheese and "truck sauce") and a New England clam roll. The beer list for the season is also set to be released in the coming week. Additionally, every Thursday there will be Beer Garden Quizzo at 6pm.
Get ready, it's almost beer garden season. We promise.
Memphis Taproom [Foobooz]
Photo by Michael Gruber
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