Breckenridge Brewery brings Breck Trek to Columbus

Written by on May 15, 2018 in Beer, Events - No comments

Breckenridge Brewery has hit the road for their second annual Breck Trek culture tour, next stop: Columbus.

Columbus is the second stop on the brewery’s six-city tour, which started last month in Houston and is heading next to St. Louis, Indianapolis, Tucson and Orange County. Breckenridge will be sharing their beer throughout the week via bar crawls, concerts and food pairings, with the first event taking place tonight, May 15. See below for the full schedule of events.

Pub Crawl (May 15)

Join the Breck Trek crew for beers, VR mountain views, and a first look at our collab work with Columbus artist Adam Brouillette. No ticket necessary.
6pm at Beck Tavern (284 E. Beck St.)
7pm at 16-Bit Bar + Arcade (254 S 4th St.)
8pm at The Walrus (143 E. Main St.)

Beer Dinner (May 16)

The chef at Hubbard Bar and Grill has created a special menu for our collaborative beer dinner. Four courses, five beers and amazing culinary combinations. Enter to win at
5:30pm at Hubbard Bar and Grill (793 N. High St.)

Intimate Show with Castlecomer (May 16)

This is your chance to get up close and personal with this edgy, alt-pop crew. This is a free event but tickets are limited. Reserve tickets at
10pm at Fourth Street Bar & Grill (1810 North Fourth St.)

Raffle-rama Happy Hour (May 17)

An important element of Breck Trek is making a positive impact and leaving behind some goodness. Breckenridge is partnering with Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio to conduct a raffle at Park St. Tavern. The Breck Trek crew will spend the morning helping unpack and organize the Ronald McDonald House warehouse. Afterwards they’ll head to Park St. Tavern for a beer and to give away some awesome prizes, including Clippers tickets, a TV, swag and more. The grand prize is a commissioned Breck-inspired framed painting by Columbus artist Adam Brouillette. 100% of raffle ticket sales benefit Ronald McDonald House.
6-8pm at Park St. Tavern (501 Park St.)

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Cheryl Harrison. Editor of Drink Up Columbus. Geek of the craft beer/board game/sci-fi varieties. Fan of patios.

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