Revelry Brewing will turn five, and this year’s bash promises to be even bigger than last year, when the brewery had over 2,000 people attend their annual block party. All proceeds from the $10 admission cost to the Sunday, October 27, afternoon event will again go to the Green Heart Project’s farm to school programs — last year the party raised over $26,000.
Get in the Halloween spirit a few days early with the “Animalistic” party theme, as the brewery invites guests to dress up and unleash their inner animal. DJ Sparkbox will supply the music and local favorites like Semilla, Daps, and Pub Fare will provide the grub.
According to Revelry partner Sean Fleming, “The block party is a testament and a celebration of a community that we are proud to call home.” Fleming explained that this year will also be a one year celebration for their barrel aging and sour tasting room, The Hold, which took home a gold medal at the 2019 Great American Beer Festival for their Who’s Brett fermented IPA.
After raising $73,000 over the last four years, this day has become more than just a block party for all the groups involved. “We want to thank Revelry Brewing for their stalwart partnership over the past five years, and our main event sponsor, ServisFirst Bank, for their generous support,” said Green Heart Project executive director Jesse Blom. The brewery is only granted permission to close off Conroy Street once a year, making this afternoon centered around craft beer even more enticing. Purchase tickets online or at the door ahead of the family (and dog) friendly shindig, which runs from 12 to 6 p.m.