*SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION* Hoppin’ to Please How local beer pros set the bar Crafts, drafts, bottle and cans,Toledo runs on beer. It’s the ultimate beverage— we celebrate with it, we drown our sorrows in it and we just can’t enjoy a ballgame without a cold one. It goes without saying that the local beer purveyors
Start stretching and sipping to prepare for this combination yoga class and beer tasting you never knew you were missing. Earnest Brew Works will host a summer session of their Hops and Poses event, led by instructor Renee Small. You can purchase beer before, after, and even during the class. The course only has room
Crafts aren’t just for kids— gather your friends and head to Craft at the Quarry for a night of music, fun, and lots of beer. There will be 150 beers from breweries all around the country, including the Toledo area, plus food and live music. Beer sample pricing: 5 beers for $5, 15 for $12,
Embrace your inner gangster with The Pub at Paula Brown Shop’s Prohibition Party. Bask in the elegance and danger of the period when liquor was illegal, by sipping on jazz-inspired cocktails. Nibble hand-pressed hors d’oeuvres and do the Charleston to live music by Ramona Collins and the Ben Maloney Trio. Dress in era-appropriate outfits, or
Fill your glass all weekend long with two festivals dedicated to the drink. First up, the 11th annual Glass City Beer Festival kicks off on Friday, March 3. Local and regional brewers provide hundreds of beer samples. All proceeds go to the Northwest Ohio Hemophilia Foundation, Camp Courageous and The Arc of NW Ohio. 7-11pm.