Town Hall Brewery Annual Pig Roast and Bocce Tournament
August 13, 2014 — 8:46pm
On Saturday August 16th Town Hall Brewery will host their annual pig roast and bocce tournament at the Seven Corners location. This event tends to draw a pretty large beer and beast loving crowd. On tap you can expect to find all the house beers plus Sunshower Lemongrass Honey Lager, Broken Paddle ESB, Thunderstorm Honey Ale, Rotating Infusion Belgian Ale, Citra Mania Single Hop IPA, and Blueberry Hill Summer Ale.
The tournament is made up of four person teams who participate in pool play with the top eight teams advancing to play in the double elimination bracket on Sunday the 17th. The entry fee is $80 per team with the winner taking over $1,000 and the following two places taking home some cash as well. Competitors will also get food and drink discounts throughout the day. Sign ups will take place at the brewery.
Get your team together and sign up fast as spots are filling quickly.
Ryan Tuenge is an avid home brewer and craft beer lover who
is not afraid to spend his last $5 on a pint of beer at the local pub.
As a member of the Minnesota Home Brewers Association, Ryan has tried a wide variety of beers and has toured many of the local breweries. He also has a blog about craft beer in Minnesota. He likes to read, write and travel with his wife. Follow him on Twitter @lodgefather.
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