March 4th is Paint Nite: In just about two hours, while you’re sipping on a cocktail, our performing artists will guide you through each painting so that you come up with your own unique masterpiece at the end of the night that you will be amazed YOU created. We provide everything you will need: canvas, paints, brushes and even a smock. You just bring your fun loving friends and have a few cocktails to keep the spirits high and inhibitions to a minimum and we’ll make sure your inner Picasso is unleashed. Click here to check out the website and order your tickets today!
As many of you already know, the sixth tap at Black Forest Brewery has been designated as a competition” tap. What this means to you . . . home brewers may enter their brews into the competition, winning recipe is brewed here and earns bragging rights to the sixth tap until the next competition is held!
The competition fee is $30.00 per entry, with a portion of the proceeds being donated to a rotating fundraising event. Our first competition will be in support of Shamrocks & Shenanigans! Because of the “Irish flare”, the following requirements have been set:
1. All entries must provide two unmarked 12 oz. bottles of their brew.
2. All entries must be submitted January 26th through January 28th
3. The style of beer must be consistent with an Irish Red Ale
4. Home brewers ONLY
5. First 40 applicants received are eligible to compete.
Winner will be announced on February 1st at the Black Forest Brewery. All entries will be invited to attend a private “edutainment” event that evening between 6:00 and 8:00 pm.
Download a copy of the Sixth Tap Competition entry form here.
Please print out and either mail or scan & email the form back to us.
We have a request from the Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley to please refrain from utilizing their parking lot when visiting the brewery on Thursday evenings and Saturday from 10 – 4 (the hours they are open). We appreciate our good neighbors and would appreciate you honoring this request. Thank you!
(Located behind the 1777 Americana Inn Bed & Breakfast)