September 22, 2019 @ 3:00 pm
Paint & Sip
The stars have aligned and I'll be back at Catawba 9/22 to paint with you! This is a "choose-your-own-adventure" Zodiac Constellation theme, and I'll have stencils for all the star signs! Be sure to get tickets before they're gone. Our last few have sold out! Read below for more info on how to make the most of your weekend... Details: I'm basically a travelling art studio for newbies! So this is an awesome art party for all. Everything you'll need will be set up and ready to go when you arrive. For this event I will have stencils for all 12 Zodiac constellations, so that you can choose which one you'd like and still not have to stress over drawing it yourself!! I'll walk you step-by-step through our painting on a 16x20in canvas. The paintings are intended for newbies and non-artists (So you can do it! For real. I'd even pinky swear to it). The painting should take about 2.5 hours (maybe a little more if you take your time), and while we're painting you can snack and chat and partake in some drinks (if that's your fancy)! Now get your tickets, because I can't wait to paint with you! TICKETS: You must pre-pay to participate in this event!! Tickets must be purchased by 12pm on 9/22! Tickets are $30 and can be purchased via the link below. All the art materials you need will be provided. Please be sure to select and pay for the correct number of seats you'll need. More purchase info on this page: ARRIVE AT 2:30pm on September 22nd to get settled in. WE WILL BEGIN PAINTING AT 3PM!


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When the business plan was hatched, the Pyatts bought the assets of a defunct brewery in CO, flew out there, rented a U-haul and brought it home to NC. Of course, it stayed in a garage for three years while we searched for an appropriate building. We finally found a spot in Glen Alpine, NC. While it didn’t have any glass in the windows and ivy was growing inside, the price was right at $200 per month. There weren’t many turn key breweries back then so the pieces and parts were cobbled together from dairy equipment or hand made; but we made beer and sold our first kegs to Barley’s, Mellow Mushroom and The Bier Garden in Asheville. That produced enough money to buy some ingredients, make another batch….rinse and repeat. Fast forward to today. Seventeen years later, we’ve grown organically into a 30 barrel Sprinkman brewhouse that is shinier than we ever imagined during those humble beginnings.