AOA event: Great Flats, Slidin' Dirty, and a conversation about beer history

Great Flats Brewing in Schenectady

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We're making plans for spring already, and they include sliders, beer, and you.

On April 10, AOA will be at Great Flats Brewing in Schenectady for beer, Slidin' Dirty sliders, and a fun conversation about brewing -- both modern and old school -- with beer historian Craig Gravina.

Tickets are $8 and available online now. We expect this will fill up, so it's a good idea to grab tickets sooner rather than later if you'd like go.

Here's what the ticket includes:

+ Three different Great Flats beers

+ Two Slidn' Dirty sliders selected to pair with your first two beers

+ A chocolate/beer truffle made by Crisan to go with the third beer

+ A fun conversation about modern brewing and the history of Capital Region beer with Craig Gravina. You know Craig from the Albany Ale Project and AOA's popular Bad Boys, Broads, and Bootleggers tours.

+ Meet the brewers and tour the brewery

It all starts at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, April at the Great Flats Brewing space on Lafayette Street in downtown Schenectady. We hope to see you there!

Thank you to The Capital Team at Howard Hanna and the Downtown Schenectady Improvement Corporation for helping to make this event possible.

Comments

What a wonderful event! Thanks for the share. I would attend but it conflicts with a talk at the Albany Library on the history of the city's streetcar system. :(

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