Two Roads Brewing Company ‘s craft beer and music have much in common. They too have a philosophy that they believe in what they create, won’t force it on you but are sure you’ll at least enjoy one of their beers and, if anything, have enjoyed time spent with them and fellow enthusiasts.
I went to visit tasting manager Ted Pert to see exactly where I’d be playing and was blown away by his warmth and enthusiasm for anything created by artisans – music or otherwise – and by the look and feel of this amazing brewery. Art Deco windows, shafts of light splitting across this immense room, natural wooden stools and tables, shining steel brew kettles lined by yellow railings, and seasoned vats that assist in the aging process. They also have a tasting room and provide tours.
It really is a sight to behold and I’ve not even started to talk about the craft beer, so watch the video below which does a much better job than I can of what Two Roads Brewing Company is all about.
So where does music fit in? Well, Two Roads is a strong advocate of ‘taking the road less traveled’. They contribute to the local community. By supporting art in the community they seek to promote awareness of musicians and songwriters who believe they too have something worth sharing that folks will enjoy.
Great philosophy :-).
Beer and music anyone?
One of the best Italian restaurants in Stamford. Food, wine and ambience are exceptional. And then there is the music … 🙂
Think of Cheers. But with food, and more local in feel. I love this place because it’s small yet bustling with neighborhood friends. There is a real camaraderie about this wee place. Plus, it reminds me of the Canny Man’s in Edinburgh, Scotland. My local pub when I’m visiting from the U.S.
So, do come and enjoy your evening at Rory’s.
Craft beer and original music have a lot in common:they are each part of a bigger set of offerings in which they hope to offer something ‘home made’ that folks will keep coming back to time and time again.
Veracious Brewing Company is a family run affair based out of Monroe, CT. Even the beers have a story to tell: Read about Problem Child and ‘Lucy’s Last Call
More details to follow.
I am so looking forward to playing at my beloved Mill River Park. I’ll be performing 5.30-7pm over cocktails in the Pavillion.
On May 4, 2017, Stamford residents, business and civic leaders will all come together for the annual Dinner in the Park Gala for Mill River Park. Cocktails will be in the Brownstein-Selkowitz Carousel* Pavilion and dinner will be served in a grand tent nestled next to the blooming Jaffe Heritage Cherry Tree Grove, with breathtaking views of the Park at twilight.
You will mingle with old friends, fellow Park supporters, and Mill River Park staff and board. Previous years has seen more than 700 guests attend the Gala. Come and make this a memorable evening by purchasing a ticket.
The evening will begin with a cocktail reception at 5 PM, with dinner service starting at 7 PM. Attire is Park Chic. For information of travel and parking visit Mill River’s Contact page. As you arrive, MRPC staff members will be at Park entrances to greet you at registration tables and can answer any questions you have about the event.
*The carousel is located on the corner of near Shell gas station and Dunkin Donuts.