The definitive list of what’s happening at the brewery.
This 3rd Annual fundraising event for the Elkhart County Symphony will be held at a new time at the Northern Indiana Event Center. More than 20 breweries and wineries will be present, providing tastes of their favorite brews. Entertainment will be provided by Symphony musicians and local food trucks will have their specialties available for purchase.
Cincinnati’s Jeremy Pinnell is country music in its purest form. Pinnell’s music presents a worldview bred of a hard and honest life combing foot stomping honky-tonk rhythms with lyrics heartbreakingly true. Jeremy and his voice are always at the center, but with his band’s backing and Junior’s guitar licks on display the songs transcend to a new level only earned through hours spent on the stages of dives and honky-tonks.
Opener: Lost Cause at 6 PM
Join us for a special evening on Thursday, March 19th at the Goshen Brewing Company. Support the farmers market with a purchase of a Charcuterie Board for $40 on their website at https://www.goshenfarmersmarket.org/charcuterieboard *
Redeem your ticket anytime between 3 p.m. and 10 p.m. on March 19th. The Charcuterie Board features foods from the farmers market vendors. Enjoy live music from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. from Imphormal, electric cello.
*We recommend purchasing your tickets in advance as tickets are limited
Special thanks to Eyedart Creative Studio, Anna’s Bread, and Imphormal for supporting the farmers market.
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!
Let us help you spice up your at-home movie night! We are collaborating with Shirley’s popcorn to bring you a one-stop, low-interaction shop for local beer and popcorn! Shirley’s will have prepackaged bags of Caramel to Die For, Windy City, Afterburner, and traditional movie theater style popcorn.
GbGo will not have food available, but will be open for to-go beer, including a very limited release of Cultivated Thoughts. This hazy DIPA was brewed on location at Bare Hands in Granger in collaboration with Drink Indiana, Brewers of Indiana Guild North Region. Cheers!
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 …”