The definitive list of what’s happening at the brewery.
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.
“Southside Denny is a legendary blues rocker from South Bend, Indiana. Denny has answered the call to share the stage with many legendary rockers such as John Fogerty, Edgar Winter, BTO and Styxx. A style concocted of rapid-fire yet melodic and soulful playing and lots of open tuning slide guitar, his talents of both guitarist and singer are heralded by fans and fellow players alike.” Join us for an acoustic set in the Beer Hall as part of our free Wednesday Music Series!
Barrel-aged beer and vinyl too! We’re pouring Peaked in High School Imperial Stout, aged in a Sotol barrel (a type of distilled shrub, similar to tequila). This beer has notes of chocolate, oak, smoke, vanilla, and spirits. The Vinyl Habits will be spinning records of the grunge variety to round out your Friday.
Join us at the inaugural Kekionga Craft Fest, hosted by Kekionga Craft Company. This event is designed to bring the premier libation producers of Northeast Indiana and beyond to the Fort! Your ticket includes unlimited samples from several Indiana breweries/cideries and a commemorative 5 oz. beer stein.
Event is 21+ only.
Renowned for his magnetic live performances and ‘direct-from-the-heart’ songs, #1 UK chart artist Luke Concannon has something special. Performing with his wife, the classically trained singer, Goshen native Stephanie Hollenberg, the duo present an evening of musical passion and audience participation that will surely become one of those gigs that live long in the memory. Somewhere between the Celtic soul of Van Morrison, and the deep lyricism of Leonard Cohen.
“Luke is one of my three main heroes, along with Van Morrison” – Ed Sheeran
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).”
Come enjoy craft beer and listen to some outdoor tunes from this nationally touring bluegrass duo out of Kansas City, MO and Warsaw, IN!
Their exciting, gritty, and often hilarious stage show has been developed over three years of relentless touring across the US and Europe. Though deeply rooted in bluegrass and old time tradition, the pair’s respective backgrounds in electric blues guitar and classical violin– as well as a penchant for the absurd– offer a refreshing point of view. The group has been featured on various NPR and international radio stations as well as blogs including The Bluegrass Situation, Dying For Bad Music and more.
Ignition will be decorated for pride and spinning lgbtqia+ affirming artists.
Come celebrate with Mosaic staff and friends.
GBCo is tapping “Make the Mosaic” IPA. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Mosaic. We will also be hosting a silent auction with several amazing items to bid on.
Fables is hosting three authors who will share their stories along with Q&As. 10% of Fables sales that day will be donated to Goshen LGBTQIA+ Pride.
“Southside Denny is a legendary blues rocker from South Bend, Indiana. Denny has answered the call to share the stage with many legendary rockers such as John Fogerty, Edgar Winter, BTO and Styxx. A style concocted of rapid-fire yet melodic and soulful playing and lots of open tuning slide guitar, his talents of both guitarist and singer are heralded by fans and fellow players alike.” Join us for this free show!
“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
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. Anna will be performing with Joe Augustin,
We’re excited to welcome Maybe April back to the GBCo. stage! Alaina Stacy and Katy 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.
Myron Elkins and the Dying Breed bring their Detriot rock-influenced country music back to the GBCo. lawn stage as part of our free Wednesday Music Series. Their 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
Introducing Go Fest! 2022, a weekend of music in downtown Goshen, IN, sponsored by Eyedart Creative Studio, Interra Credit Union, The Community Foundation of Elkhart County, and 91.1 The Globe. Tickets on sale now!
Night 1: Friday 8/26 at Ignition Music Garage: The Go Rounds, Tumbleweed Jumpers, Sanchez Agency, & Here Nor There. Doors at 6, show at 6:30.
Link for Friday tickets: $20
Night 2: Saturday 8/27 at Goshen Brewing Company: Co-headliners Futurebirds and Israel Nash. Liz Cooper, *repeat repeat, Lalo Cura. Gates at 3:00, show at 3:30. Outdoor show, rain or shine, with food trucks and craft beer.
Link for Saturday tickets $40 in advance, $45 day of show
Sunday, 8/28, 10:00, brunch and vinyl at Goshen Brewing Company, StarHeart 12-12:45, Abby Holliday 1-2, no ticket required.
It’s their farewell show, folks! 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. One final time 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!
McLane & Co. are a five piece band with an folk/indie rock sound, with instruments range from acoustic guitar, electric guitar, tin whistle, banjo, bass, and drums.
Join us for our free Wednesday Music Series 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.”
We’re excited to welcome jazz vocalist Mary-Catherine Pazzano to the GBCo. stage!
“Pazzano possesses a gorgeous, classically trained contralto voice capable of projecting the full gamut of emotions, as well as an uncanny skill with rendering the lyrics of current music, jazz standards and show tunes.” -The WholeNote Magazine
The Kari Lynch Band is a Nashville-based alt country/rock band, originally from Grand Rapids, MI. They’re known for their powerhouse lead vocals and solid harmonies, dynamic live show, first-rate songwriting and undeniable talent for creating music that spans musical genres and resonates with listeners of all ages. Join us for this free show on the lawn as part of our Wednesday Music Series.
The Shootouts will join us on the GBCo. stage for our free Wednesday Music Series. They are known for their energetic blend of honky-tonk, Americana, and traditional country. After releasing their acclaimed 2019 debut Quick Draw, the band charted Top 50 on Americana radio and in 2020, were nominated for an Ameripolitan Music Award for “Best Honky-Tonk Group.”
Vocalist, drummer, pianist, and guitarist are just a few words to explain the talented multi-instrumentalist Dylan Tolbert. Cover music from artists such as Stevie Wonder, Prince, Marvin Gaye, U2, Elvis, and Chris Stapleton are also in Tolbert’s repertoire.
Join us for our free Wednesday Music Series!
The Lost Luggage is a jazz trio based in Goshen, featuring classic jazz vibraphone sounds reminiscent of classic artists such as Cal Tjader and Milt Jackson. They play original tunes, jazz, Latin jazz, and blues with a vibes, bass, drums instrumentation. Opening will be singer-songwriter Sadie Gustafson-Zook. Join us for our Wednesday Music series in the Beer Hall!