New Belgium J Wakefield Grilled Pineapple Berliner Weisse Launch Event 6/11/15

New Belgium J Wakefield Grilled Pineapple Berliner Weisse Launch Event
Thursday, 06/11/2015 – 07:00 pm –
NBB.JWB-poster1J Wakefield Brewing
120 NW 24th St,
Miami, Florida 33127
Eventbrite Link
Cost: $40

This is the release party/crawl to celebrate the release of the New Belgium/J. Wakefield Brewing Collaboration, Grilled Pineapple Berlinerweisse. The evening will start at 7pm at J. Wakefield Brewing with a meet and greet with New Belgium brewer Cody Reif and J. Wakefields own Jonathan Wakefield. We will have a toast with the Grilled Pineapple Berlinerweise before we proceed to our next stop at The Butcher Shop. At The Butcher Shop we will have a spread of food, (sausages, pretzels, cheeses, etc). The Grilled Pineapple Berlinerweise will be on tap here as well as other selections from New Belgium and J.Wakefield. We will then move on the Wynwood Walls for a curated walk of Wynwood Walls. Following the tour we will finish out the evening at Wood Tavern for a final beer of either the Grilled Pineapple Berlinerweisse or other selections from New Belgium and J. Wakefield. You will also receive a limited to those at the event silkscreened poster of the above image. All proceeds from the event will be donated to the Rise Up Gallery.

Rise Up Gallery
5900 NE 2nd Ave
Miami, FL 33137
Phone: 303-960-7810
Rise Up Mission: Rise Up Gallery is a non profit organization based in Miami which provides pro bono
art therapy workshops to the community. Through a partnership with Jackson Memorial Hospital, Rise
Up offers workshops once a month to newly injured patients living with a variety of ailments including
spinal cord injury, traumatic brain injury, and multiple sclerosis. Rise Up is a 100% volunteer based
organization and is funded entirely through grants, private donations, and the sale of local artwork.
Laundromat Mission: The Laundromat Art Space is an affordable Artist Residency Program & Exhibition
Space for mid-career Miami artists in the heart of downtown Little Haiti. Our 4500 sq ft space houses 9
artist studios and a gallery. Resident artists have the unique opportunity to be part of an environment
which fosters collaboration between multidisciplinary artists and draw influence from the microcosm of
Caribbean Culture which defines Little Haiti. In addition, The Laundromat brings new cultural activities,
intriguing installations, and engaging community programming to the neighborhood.