Turns out, our brewery is a pretty fun place to hang out. We welcome everyone and anyone to join us during open hours (9-5pm weekdays, 12-5pm Saturdays), but if you’re interested in holding something more private (whether during open hours or not), we’re now able to make that happen! Maybe you’re looking to…
- Hold a company event for that group of local-craft-beer-loving employees (so…everyone?)
- Host a birthday party for your significant other, best friend, random stranger
- Unite estranged family members at a place where everyone can at least agree on one thing – beer is wonderful.
- Hold a fundraiser, raise money, have people sample beer, raise even more money.
- College/post-grad field trips or socials or whatever they’re calling it on the interwebs these days.
Our events generally include:
- A detailed tour (or several tours) of our brewery space, detailing how we magically turn sugary water into delicious beer. Being a nanobrewery, we don’t have tons of space to tour, but we have plenty to talk about if you’d like to listen.
- Free beer samples of everything we currently have on tap. This often includes beers only available at the brewery, along with our regular lineup.*
- A dedicated space for the group to gather, socialize, lay out food (we have plenty of tables), and, if you’re desperate for an icebreaker, talk about how awesome our beer is (just a suggestion).
- Our founders and employees – on hand and happy to discuss anything and everything about beer, brewing, booze, and the bubbly stuff. And beer.
- Beer for sale! We try to keep our brewery taproom well-stocked with everything we can – both growlers and bottles available so you can take our beer home with you.
- Other special requests – we can’t accommodate everything, but we can try.
*Please keep in mind that anyone looking to sample our beer must be 21+, and we cannot serve pints of beer (2 oz. samples only).
If you’d like to hold an event at Night Shift Brewing, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll write back as soon as possible. Cheers!