Local beers to complement art in early November

October 15, 2012 by  

There can be few better combinations than amazing art and excellent beer, so the 2nd annual Autumn Bottom Brews and Art Show taking place at the start of November is sure to pull out the crowds

The show will be highlighting 25 different Virginia craft beers for sampling, for which tickets must be purchased, along with food. There will also be a variety of desserts, local musical acts, and vendors selling such things as farm produce, arts and crafts items, prepared food, and antiques. All items sold must be homegrown, homemade or hand-made. Vendors can rent space for $50 for this and every special event held at the market.

The show will help introduce the community to a number of craft beers from such brewers as Hardywood and Devil’s Backbone and will offer suggestions on which foods to pair them with for an ultimate taste experience. It will also give people a chance to discover new local artists, who will gain greater exposure as a consequence.

Organizers of the Autumn Bottom Brews and Art Show are presumably working with Richmond printing companies to prepare. Services such as banner printing, poster printing and flyer printing will allow the organizers to widely promote this event in the city. Flyers could be distributed to local community centers, malls and public libraries to let people know about the event.

The show is free to attend and will take place at the 17th Street Farmers’ Market on November 4 from 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm. For more information, call 804-646-0477.