(Covington, KY)—The DevouGrass Music and Arts Festival may be a little more than a month away, but fans can support the cause starting Friday, August 21st from 6-9pm at Covington’s Braxton Brewing Company during the tapping release party for DevouBrew—Braxton’s Golden Cream Ale, Storm, infused with cucumbers, lime, and mint. The refreshing, end-of-summer beer will be available in the taproom, while supplies last, until the DevouGrass Music and Arts Festival takes place in September. Braxton Brewing will donate $1 from the sale of every DevouBrew pint to the DevouGrass festival’s charities.
The DevouBrew tapping release party will be held at Braxton’s taproom located at 27 W 7th St., in Covington. Local Bluegrass/Newgrass favorites Blue Caboose will take the stage at 7:00pm, and Sushi Cincinnati will be on hand from 5 to 9pm with $5 create-your-own sushi rolls.
The second annual DevouGrass Music and Arts Festival, presented by The Devou Good Project, will take place at Covington’s Devou Park Bandshell on Saturday, September 26, 2015 from noon-dusk. The family-friendly event will be free to attend and will feature music, artisan craft vendors, food trucks, bike races, and entertainment for kids of all ages. All proceeds will benefit Children’s Home of Northern Kentucky’s adolescent addiction treatment programs.
Braxton Brewing Company opened its doors to the public in March of this year, turning a love for brewing into an entrepreneurial obsession. Visit Covington’s “Taproom of the Future” online at www.BraxtonBrewing.com
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