Tangled Up in Brew to be held at Yough River Park
Tickets are on sale now for the third annual Tangled Up in Brew being held 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Yough River Park in Connellsville.
Admission is $10 in advance and $13 on event day.
Included with admission is a pint glass, home-brew tasting and music performed by LFB and Brittany Mongell.
An auction will be held, and those in attendance will have the opportunity to buy food served by St. James Catering.
Everyone must have identification.
Connellsville Parks and Recreation members will sell additional beer.
“The current count of home brewers is 13,” said Mary Beth Salatino, event planner and recreation board member.
According to the event page on Facebook, proceeds will benefit Connellsville Parks and Recreation.
Connellsville Recreation Board sponsors summer kids sports programs, movies in the park, and are in charge of playgrounds. The board worked to have the new sand volleyball courts constructed and it supports and hosts public events.
Advance tickets are available at Lynn's Pub & Grille in South Connellsville, Hutch's Tap Room in Dunbar, Dermagraffiti in Latrobe, A&M Wine Supplies in Washington, Brillhart's Hardware & Brewing Supply in Scottdale and Helltown Brewery in Mt. Pleasant.
The list of sponsors and those who have donated to the auction include Hutch's Tap Room, Lynn's Pub & Grille, Italian Oven, New York Pizza, Fiesta Insurance, Kisiel & Associates, Colebrook Chocolate, Target, Helltown Brewery, Dermagraphics Tattoo, The Book Case, El Canelo Mexican Restaurant, Karen's Hair, Peacefully Polished, Heavy Hand Tattoo, Headkeeper's, Mr. Toad's Chocolate Shop, A&M Wine and Leo's Pub.
Organizers are offering lodging options so no one will drink and drive. Locations include Connellsville B&B (724-628-4808) which is within walking distance of Yough River Park; Greenwood House (724-570-0566) which is within walking distance of Yough River Park; Melody Motor Lodge (724-628-9600) which is within walking distance of Yough River Park; River's Edge Camping and Cabins (724-628-4880); Seams Like Home Retreat (724-984-1399) with possible shuttle service and Victorian Rose B&B (724-628-5520.)
“This is our current list and information but we may have additional brewers and prizes,” Salatino said.
The event Facebook page is Tangled Up in Brew and the email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
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