If you’ve never been to Pueblo Vida Brewing, well, you’re about two years behind the times. This Saturday the local brewery is celebrating its two-year anniversary
—plus the release of a bunch of new brews—with a beer-garden party lasting all day long. Those proceeds will partially benefit the awesome local nonprofit Watershed Management Group, whose mission is to “develop community-based solutions to ensure the long-term prosperity of people and health of the environment.”
The party will include a ping-pong tournament, live music by the band Hey, Bucko and record spinning by DJ Alias and DJ Sonario, plus a special hour of old-school hip-hop selections by Ronnie Hardcase.
A whopping 16 beers will be on tap all day, and this is the time to check out the brand-new (as in, released that day) canned beer that Pueblo Vida has dubbed “2”—named after the number of years this place has been in business, of course. While you’re quenching your thirst with all that, enjoy food-truck eats by Tumerico and Ricuras de Venezuela (and other trucks TBA).
A day-long beer-garden party to celebrate local music, local food and great craft beer, all with an awesome soundtrack at an awesome downtown location—and to help an awesome nonprofit that seeks to help our own community? Sounds like a day in paradise.
The party takes place from noon to 11 p.m., Sat., Nov. 19, at Pueblo Vida Brewing, 115 E. Broadway Blvd. Learn more at pueblovidabrewing.com or facebook.com/pueblovida. Learn about the Watershed Management Group at watershedmg.org.