On The Town

Prizes and Parties for Union Craft Brewing

The Woodberry-based brewery is winning awards and collaborating on new events.

By Eva Niessner | April 17, 2014, 3:34 pm

-Union Craft Brewing
On The Town

Prizes and Parties for Union Craft Brewing

The Woodberry-based brewery is winning awards and collaborating on new events.

By Eva Niessner | April 17, 2014, 3:34 pm

-Union Craft Brewing

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It’s been a big year for Union Craft Brewing. Not only did they announce their expansion and debut their newest canned beer, Blackwing Lager, the brewery also took home a bronze medal at the 2014 World Beer Cup in Denver last week, pictured.

 Balt Altbier, which won the gold medal at the 2012 Great American Beer Fest, received recognition in the German-style brown ale category.

If you haven’t tried Balt Altbier, or if you’re looking for an excuse to try it again, it will be available along with other Union Craft beers at the brewery’s Black Friday events, beginning tomorrow, April 18.

Union Craft has teamed up with local mobile food business Blacksauce Kitchen to bring three “Black Friday” nights to the Woodberry brewery. Guests can enjoy a pay-as-you-go evening of beer (with a special firkin) and whole-hog BBQ.

The event will feature a live acoustic set from Jordan August and an art installation by taproom manager Chris Attenborough and Sean Naftel. Not all the art is staying at the brewery, though. One lucky guest will leave with a vintage Winnebago RV customized by the artists, for the cost of a $40 raffle ticket.

The second and third Black Friday events will be held on May 16 and June 13.



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