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Yoga and beer, the perfect pairing! Tiffany of Rest and Roar Yoga will lead a 60 minute vinyasa flow class on the GBCo. lawn, then stick around to grab a drink and some lunch after the class is over.
Reserve your ticket in advance: $12 for the general public, $10 for service industry staff
– bring your own mat
(If you don’t have one, please contact Tiffany & she’ll hook you up)
– water & towel
– wear clothes that you’re able to move easily in
– class starts promptly at 10am so please arrive 5 minutes early to get settled
Food & drink will be available for purchase after class.
“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
Join us for the tapping of Magnum Opus, a Belgian Strong aged in wheat and rye whiskey barrels. This special release is in honor of Small Brewery Sunday, an annual celebration headed by the not-for-profit Brewers Association, dedicated to small and independent American Brewers.
“Every dollar a beer lover spends at a craft brewery and buying their craft beer at stores and restaurants, fuels a small business and supports the economic health of its local community,” said Julia Herz, craft beer program director, Brewers Association. “Small Brewery Sunday gives us beer lovers a formal reminder that when we buy a growler, crowler, six-pack or pint, we are supporting small brewery businesses and helping them keep their doors open, lights on and fermentation tanks full.”