The definitive list of what’s happening at the brewery.
Grand Rapids, Michigan-based musician Mark Lavengood picked up the dobro in the mid-2000s and in the time since his introduction to the instrument has performed and instructed dobro on local, regional, national & international levels, winning the prestigious dobro competition at the renowned Telluride Bluegrass Festival in 2012. In addition to Telluride, Mark has given workshops at notable festivals like Celtic Connections, World of Bluegrass at IBMA, Pagosa Folk and Bluegrass Festival, Wheatland Music Festival, Blissfest, and a laundry list of folk and roots music festivals of esteem.This free show will be on the lawn and will follow COVID safety regulations.
NOTE: No pre-sale tickets, admission at the door only : $3 per person, kids under 12 free
It’s movie time! Bike in with lawn chairs and blankets for a screening of Hoosiers on the GBCo. lawn. Ticket sales from this show, sponsored, by Matt Szynal of Edward Jones, will benefit Art House. Shirley’s Popcorn and Rulli’s Pizza Truck will sell concessions, we’ll bring the beer!
Doors at 6:30PM, Movie at 7:30 PM.
Myron Elkins brings his Detriot rock-influenced country music to the GBCo. lawn stage as part of our free Wednesday Music Series. His music harkens back to the days of Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, and Waylon Jennings.
“This 19 year old clearly was born to sing country, with a gritty, old-school edge.” -Local Spins
This show will follow COVID safety regulations.
Join us for our free Wednesday Music Series, with tunes courtesy of Sanchez Agency. This show will be on the lawn and will follow COVID safety procedures.
From their bio: “In 2017 Doug Earl, of Goshen, IN, stumbled upon the online recordings of a fella from South Bend, L. Amos Sanchez, who had been writing music and lyrics on couches and in dark little rooms for a quarter century. Joined by Chuck Long on percussion, Jake Carl Miller on keyboard and Jacob Randolph Snyder on tenor sax, Earl (bass/vocals) and Sanchez (guitar/vocals) are driven by, and agree on, the most basic premise — it’s never too late for rock.roll.rumble dot com …”
Stop by the brewery for a six or four pack of Stay Afloat NEIPA in 12 oz. cans. This sessionable beer is perfect for a leisurely paddle. Brewed with lactose and Citra, Simcoe, and Pacific Jade hops.
On sale to the public on Friday, but Mug Club members can pick these up one day early, starting Thursday at 4:00!
Join us on the lawn for some Sunday evening tunes with cellist Jordan Hamilton!
Avant Garde Cellist and vocalist Jordan Hamilton merges musical styles to tell stories of the human experience through a variety of musical genres. Also a member of Last Gasp Collective and the Southwest Michigan Symphony Orchestra, Jordan can be found performing primarily in the Midwest where he has opened for national acts such as Eric Roberson and Nappy Roots. His most recent release “My Thoughts are” is a compilation of thoughts that express themselves in Hip Hop, Folk, and soul music.
Is it time to party? Is it time to celebrate summer? Are you ready for a wet hot Goshen summer? The answer is YES!
The Goshen Beer Run .5k is back this summer! Don’t miss the point. It’s a .5 k event. It’s just a bit over a half mile “run”. Saunter, skip, jump, dance, frolick, sashay, cruise, crawl, or roll in your chair. We really mean everything except actually running. Dress up in your favorite summer outfit or costume and take a trip downtown Goshen. There will be a group leaving Goshen Brewing and a group leaving the Elephant Bar. The waves will meet in the middle for some fun in the sun.
Enjoy a PBR at Elephant Bar and a pint of Goshen’s finest beer at Goshen Brewing Company.
Seize the day runners! Let’s have a Wet Hot Goshen Summer.
6PM Friday July 23, 2021
$40 includes a pint of beer at GBCo, a PBR at EB, a T Shirt, snacks to fuel the run, and memories to last a lifetime.
“The Wallens have brought their close-knit harmony vocals and storytelling to Australia, Europe, and across the US at events like the Telluride Blues Fest. Originally hailing from Kentucky, Molly is a classically-trained vocalist and percussionist with experience in opera and bluegrass alike. Hoosier guitarist/vocalist Brian Keith Wallen won 2nd place in the 2015 International Blues Challenge and was also named “Artist of the Year” by the Starr-Gennett Foundation.
Incorporating elements of blues, bluegrass, gospel, and folk, their combined influences range from acoustic favorites like Jason Isbell and John Prine to the guitar-driven blues of John Mayer and Bonnie Raitt. Whether at a house concert, festival, or brewpub, their foot-stomping energy brings a fresh dimension to roots music.” -The Wallens bio
Stop by the brewery for a six or four pack of Heart of Gold Belgian Golden Ale in 12 oz. cans. Light pear & bubble gum notes with a quenching finish. It’s just what you’ve been searching for.
On sale to the public on Friday, but Mug Club members can pick these up one day early, starting Thursday at 4:00!
Join us for our free Wednesday Music Series! Crooked Root is melding roots music; (singer/songwriter, blues, country and R&B) into a recognizable yet refreshing and memorable direction. Their goal: create and perform music that refreshes the soul! Crooked Root is Joe Ferguson vocal/harmonica, Matt Landon vocal/guitar, Eric Busch percussion and Billy LaValley songwriter/bass.
Is it folk music with a little extra groove, or is it bluegrass music with righteous rock beats? Regardless of description, The Tumbleweed Jumpers are a monster of a folk-rock-Americana band–a bristling, roaring, dancing, skipping, jamming monster full of infectious melodies, and we’re brewing a beer in honor of this amazing group. Join us for the Tumblewheat IPA release, (this time a variant with peach and ginger!) and a great show!
Here Nor There is a multi-genre four-piece band based in Indiana. Their catalogue features rock-funk-bluegrass and much, much more in both original music and covers.
Join us for Sunday evening music on the lawn, courtesy of The Fury!
From their bio: “The Fury is a straight ahead, honest American rock and roll band from the heartland. Fueled by raw emotion and high energy riffs, they are often compared stylistically to the bluesy bands of the late 60s and 70s. The Fury blazes a new trail with a fresh, modern approach to a style reminiscent of bands like Free, Cream, Bad Company, Led Zeppelin, Mountain and more recently Rival Sons.”
From their bio: “The Rough & Tumble are as easy to detect as a stray dog on your doorstep– and as difficult to send home. The dumpster-folk, thriftstore-Americana duo, consisting of Mallory Graham & Scott Tyler, have been hobbling around the country in their 16’ camper since 2015. They picked up a couple of actual strays along the way– two 100lb dogs, Puddle & Magpie Mae– and have been making themselves at home in living rooms, bars, theaters, and festivals across the country.
“Their Americana music is restorative, their performance highly entertaining, their orchestra of unusual instruments intriguing, and… jokes and stories are worthy of an HBO special.” (Linda Bolton, Cozy Cabin House Concerts).”
Kansas Bible Company will be rocking the GBCo. lawn this Labor Day weekend, sponsored by ATC Trailers!
The Kansas Bible Company is a psychedelic rock and roll band with brass. KBC combines heavy guitar, propulsive horn lines and poppy melodies in a genre bending mélange that produces sounds both new and familiar.
Opener: Chicago-based indie rock duo, Ohmme
6 PM: Doors, 7 PM: Ohmme, 8:30 PM: KBC
Advance tickets $30 on website or hard copy at GBCo. If available, tickets day of show $35
We’ll have food specials from the barbecue trailer, a food truck on site, and the release of Summer Seance Cream ale. Cheers!
Crank up your race season by challenging yourself to an Open Class Dirt Road Grinder on a roller coaster race course. Join us on some of southwest Michigan’s most challenging dirt roads during the spring thaw, then stick around for the post race celebration with GBCo.’s Muddy Derailleur oatmeal stout (brewed especially for Melting Mann), music, and food!
Join us for our free Wednesday Music Series on the lawn! Strung Like a Horse is known for their signature brand of Americana, distilled from old-school storytelling, newgrass instrumentations, and alt-rock edge. Noted by Amos Perrine in No Depression as among the “Best New Music” and a “Don’t Miss” at AmericanaFest, the band’s authenticity, high energy, and great fondness for a good time have made their live shows a cult favorite.
UPDATE- This event is SOLD OUT. Thank you for your support!
Save the date to join us for a special night at GBCo. featuring an Ethiopian meal on Monday, November 8th, with the cost of a ticket going to Ten Thousand Villages.
The meal will include Ethiopian stews (both meat and vegetarian options only) served along with injera (Ethiopian flatbread). Please note that this meal can not be made vegan and we will not be serving our regular menu on this special night.
Price includes tax and tip for food. Drinks will be an additional cost.
Ten Thousand Villages will stay open late to allow shoppers to come after the meal.
TenThousand Villages mission: to create opportunities for artisans in developing countries to earn income by bringing their products and stories to our markets through long-term fair trading relationships. Ten Thousand Villages in Goshen is one of a network of nonprofit retail stores providing a fair trade marketplace in North America for artisans in developing regions in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Middle East.
Join us in the Beer Hall for our free Wednesday Music series! fPaul draws a lot of influence from American roots music. He has a background firmly planted in blues and found the folky country songwriting style of writers like Gram Parsons, Jason Isbell, and Jackson Browne really lit a fire inside him for telling stories through song. Paul is a seasoned guitar player with his roots in the farmlands of southern Indiana. The country sounds of Indiana blend well with his early blues influences.
It’s movie time! Bundle up and bike in with lawn chairs and blankets for a free screening of National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation on the GBCo. lawn. You serious, Clark?
It’s Christmas time and the Griswolds are preparing for a family seasonal celebration, but things never run smoothly for Clark, his wife Ellen and their two kids. Clark’s continual bad luck is worsened by his obnoxious family guests, but he manages to keep going knowing that his Christmas bonus is due soon.
Released in 1989, PG-13, runtime 97 minutes
Described as, “peace, love, and a giant crowbar,” Patty PerShayla has a gritty, yet sweet singing voice, and has both explosive and tender moments in her performance. Patty’s solo act includes three segments: upbeat, rhythmic folk on acoustic guitar to start, followed by ballads and reimagined grunge favorites on ukulele, and ending with a vintage-inspired electric guitar set, exploring blues and gloomier arrangements of classic rock songs. Patty brings to the stage a strutting, stomping, crooning good time that you won’t be able to ignore.
Join us the day after Christmas for our annual Mug Club kickoff celebration! Wear your flannel and enjoy beer releases around a cozy fire, inclulding Magnum Opus, our Belgian Strong ale, aged in a rum barrel. It’s a Sunday, so we’ll also have brunch until around 2:00. Mug Club 2022 sign-up is available now at the brewery or via the Merch tab on our website. Do you have to be a Mug Club member to attend? Nah, but it’d be a lot cooler if you were. See you there!
Anna p.s. is a nationally touring Indie Folk artist. She has been touring since 2016, entertaining audiences across several states as a one-woman-symphony with guitar, foot percussion, flute, and more. She plays original tunes alongside a unique mix of covers across multiple genres and eras. Join us for our free Wednesday Music Series!
Alaina Stacy and Katie DuBois are a dynamic pair of impressive songwriters and vocalists who share roles as frontwomen. With a sound that calls to mind the great country voices of the 90s and early 2000s, Maybe April details the times that make life both hard and beautiful and what it takes to emerge on the other side, always a little bit stronger and a little bit smarter. Catch them in the Beer Hall as part of GBCo.’s free Wednesday Music Series.
We’re excited to welcome Patty back to the GBCo. Beer Hall as part of our free Wednesday Music Series! Described as, “peace, love, and a giant crowbar,” Patty PerShayla has a gritty, yet sweet singing voice, and has both explosive and tender moments in her performance. Patty’s solo act includes three segments: upbeat, rhythmic folk on acoustic guitar to start, followed by ballads and reimagined grunge favorites on ukulele, and ending with a vintage-inspired electric guitar set, exploring blues and gloomier arrangements of classic rock songs. Patty brings to the stage a strutting, stomping, crooning good time that you won’t be able to ignore.