Thursday, October 10, 2019 | #ArtandBrew
Beer & Bite Tasting Tour | 2018 Event Photos
Art & Brew is the Art Center’s annual fall fundraiser —a one-night beer and bite tasting tour across downtown Ann Arbor! Your favorite bars, restaurants, and breweries compete against each other to create the best food and beer pairing of the night.
Each participating venue will have two delicious craft beer and food pairings for you to try. Your Art & Brew ticket gets you ten (10!) tasting tickets … one ticket gets you a 3 oz. pour and a bite-sized taste.
Besides the tasting, you can vote for your favorite pairing and join in fun art-making activities along the route. Afterward, join us at Alley Bar for the official Art & Brew after-party—a special PBR edition of Straight Up featuring a DJ set and PBR specials.
Attendees must be 21 or older by 10/10/2019 to enjoy the fun.
Participating venues include:
- Arbor Brewing Company
- Avalon Café and Kitchen
- BlØm Meadworks
- The Circ Bar
- Conor O’Neill’s
- The Grotto
- Haymaker Public House
- Pretzel Bell
- Sava’s @ the Art Center
In Partnership with O & W, Inc.
A2 Art & Brew FAQs
What is included in my $60 ticket?
Your ticket includes ten (10) tasting tickets that you can use at any of the participating venues. One ticket can be exchanged for a 3 oz. beer and one-bite food pairing.
How do I get my drink tickets for the night?
Come to the Art Center on Thursday, October 10 between 2:30pm and 6:30pm with valid ID.
When does the event start?
Each location will begin accepting tasting tickets at 5:30pm and will stop accepting them at 9:00pm.
Do I have to start at a certain venue?
In order to make sure that you have the best experience possible, we will recommend a starting location for you and your group. We encourage you to start there and then visit the other locations in any order that you’d like.
Can I use my tasting tickets for something other than the featured pairings?
No, tasting tickets are only valid for one beer and one-bite pairing. Any additional food or beverages ordered are at your expense.
Is my ticket refundable or tax-deductible?
Tickets are non-refundable and $30 of your ticket is tax-deductible.