Three special cans debut at day-long taproom party with live music and food trucks
CHARLOTTE, NC — Birdsong Brewing is celebrating its seventh birthday by turning up the volume on beer releases, bands and food trucks.
The brewery will celebrate with a party starting at noon on Dec. 8 at the taproom, 1016 N. Davidson St. The first 100 people through the door will get a free special edition anniversary glass.
The festivities mark the release of three limited edition cans: Good Feeling, a cranberry orange kettle sour; Vital Signs IPA featuring Comet, Azacca and Mosaic hops, and Rich Girl, an Imperial Oatmeal Raisin Porter aged in Rum barrels. The limited release beers will be on tap and four-pack cans in the taproom, with very limited amounts throughout the Charlotte market after the anniversary party.
The popular barrel-aged bar returns, with multiple years of favorites such as Bebop-A-Rebop, Puppies on Penguins, The Pride, Let’s Stay Together Barley Wine, St. Tuber Abbey Ale, Turtles on Pterodactyls and Prehistoric Dog.
The music is as varied as the taps room offerings. Delirium Trio will play jazz and funk from 12-2 p.m.; Wes and The Railroaders will play country/western from 3-5 p.m.; Liam & The Nerdy Blues will play blues and Southern rock from 6-8 p.m. and DJ That Guy Smitty will be performing between sets and will close out the night.
Dan Good Que and Lady Go-Go’s food trucks will be on site from 12:30-4 p.m.; Hiya and My Sausage Buddy take over from 5-10 p.m.
Special edition anniversary glasses and hoodies will be available for purchase.
The brewery has partnered with LYFT to offer $5 rides to and from the brewery that day by using the promo code Birdsong7.
MORE ABOUT BIRDSONG BREWING COMPANY
Founded in 2011 from humble roots, Birdsong Brewing Co. has grown to become the Charlotte destination for culinary-inspired, super-fresh, unfiltered, American-style ale. Using locally-sourced ingredients and fully embracing musical (and often whimsical) inspiration, Birdsong celebrates creativity with a new, weekly small batch release in the taproom every “Thursty Thursday.” Beloved by locals and sought-after by fans across the Carolinas, the 30-barrel brewhouse and taproom in the Belmont neighborhood embodies the #CanDoWillDo philosophy behind what Birdsong brews, thinks and believes. Charlotte’s third oldest brewery is the first in the Queen City to embrace solar power, installing a 75 kilowatt array for the roof of the brewery in 2018. For more information, visit birdsongbrewing.com.