Two HUGE Portsmouth Beer Week Announcments
For the first time in it’s 3 years of running, I am co-hosting Portsmouth Beer Week with 2beerguys. Portsmouth Beer Week is always held the week before Kate the Great Day and ends on that day, once we have all tasted Kate the Great. More details on the entire week of events coming up shortly. Mark your calendars for the week of Feb 25 – March 5 because we have some events coming up you can’t miss. Here are a sneak peak at the two huge events we have lined up.
Saturday 2/25: Seacoast Winter Brew Fest
We are teaming up with Gaslight to host the first ever Seacoast Winter Brew Fest. This festival will showcase 15+ Breweries and 30+ Beers. Tickets will be on sale shortly but here are the details I can give out:
When: Saturday February 25, 2012
Where: Portsmouth Gaslight 3rd Floor
Session Details (all sessions include appetizers provided by Gaslight)
VIP Session*– 1: 11:00-12:00 PM (includes admission to Session 1): $60
Session 1 – 12:00-3:00 PM: $40
Session 2 – 4:00 – 7:00 PM: $40
*VIP session includes early access to the festival, meet and great with local brewers and a selection of beers available only during the VIP session (to be announced soon). Advanced purchase only. – limited number of tickets.
Stay tuned for more information. I will send out the link to the tickets when I get it.
Friday 3/2: The Love of Beer Movie/Panel at Music Hall, Portsmouth
For those who haven’t been to the Music Hall, see the beautiful photo above taken by Phil Case Cohen. On March 2, we will be screening “The Love of Beer” movie and hosting a panel at this 800 seat venue!
About The Love of Beer:
The Love of Beer is a feature length documentary celebrating the women in the Pacific NW beer industry. Produced by Lingering Illocutions and created by Alison Grayson, The Love of Beer stars Bend Brewing’s Tonya Cornett and Saraveza’s Sarah Pederson and featuresTeri Fahrendorf, Lisa Morrison, Gayle Goschie, Amy Welch. The Love of Beer is an intimate portrayal of craft beer’s female forerunners. Staying true to cinema vierte, these women tell their stories in their own words and through their own actions. Check out our trailer to learn more.
At the end of the movie we will be hosting a panel with very special guests (to be announced soon). Tickets will be available through the Music Hall website (link) soon and will be $8.50. You can’t beat that! A bunch of beer bloggers saw this movie in Portland, OR last August and I can truly say you have never seen a movie like this before. There is no better way to spend a Friday night than around a lot of beer lovers with good beer, good movie and good conversation. I will post the link to the tickets as soon as it becomes available. Consider this a save the date for a great evening in Portsmouth.
Those are just 2 of the events going on during Portsmouth Beer Week. For more information, check out PortsmouthBeerWeek.com