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Powderhaus Brewing Toasts To One Year
Grab a cold one and toast one year of brewing at Powderhaus Brewing Company on Saturday, November 5.
Powderhaus is inviting beer fans to celebrate the company’s first anniversary from 12pm to 11pm on Saturday. Not only will patrons be able to taste a special barrel-aged brew at the event, but food trucks will be on hand to grab a bite.
Live music will be provided by The Passengers (2:30pm to 5:30pm) and Hillfolk Noir (7pm to 10pm). Hillfolk Noir describes itself as “Junkerdash,” a combination of folk, bluegrass, punk, string-band blues and other musical influences.
Powderhaus Brewing Company is the brainchild of Tyson Cardon and Tyler Schmidt. The two brewers wanted to create beer “inspired by the Great Northwest and the alpine spirit.” The Garden City brewery encompasses Idahoans love for the great outdoors.
Fourteen beers will be on tap for the event, including the new Tawny Port Barrel-Aged Stouts Honor (with figs!).
You won’t want to miss the raffle to win some great Powderhaus swag, and there’s a promise for larger giveaways as well!
The brewery is housed in an 8,000 square foot facility that is both a production facility and a tasting room. The spot also has an outdoor entertainment stage where local bands are often found performing. The “Taphaus” is open Monday through Thursday from 3pm to 10pm, 12pm to 10pm on Friday and Saturday, and on Sunday from 12pm to 7pm.
We hope to see you there!
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