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We're not just a brewery, we're also a pretty sweet place to hang out while you drink beer.
Saturday
16 TH
March
St. Patrick's Day Celebration!
w/ DJ Mark AD, Diner and The Underhills
Join us for a fun filled day with music, food and brews! Music by DJ Mark AD, Diner and The Underhills, Irish Food by Maggie's Farm Truck and BBQ from the R&R BBQ Truck!
5:00 PM
Sunday
7 TH
April
Sunday Funday w/ TUB
There is nothing like a Grateful Dead concert. For fans of the jam-band genre, truer words have never been spoken. In the current era of tribute bands and "exact recreations," TUB was conceived in 2011 as something different. The idea was simple: share the experience of musical exploration and improvisation that inspired the Grateful Dead with the current generation – but don’t limit the set lists to one band. TUB primarily focuses on the music of the Grateful Dead, Phish, and WSP, but will also flavor their sets with a nod to the Band, Steely Dan and other musically engaging artists. "Basically, they are the Southeast's DSO, if DSO played Phish and WSP as a part of their sets..." At each TUB show, a choice selection of tunes is played with the same attitude as a jazz artist might approach a standard or a classical performer might interpret a composition: the spirit of the original piece is respected while also being rediscovered by the passion and interaction between the musicians and the audience. Every show is unique in terms of the songs performed, the order they appear in, and the unlimited direction of the improvisations. This belief in the power of live music and the interplay between the energy of the fans and the band make each TUB show an unforgettable experience. Eight years and hundreds of shows later, the word continues to spread: TUB shows are not to be missed!!!
7:00 PM
Saturday
13 TH
April
AWS Fest!
banefitting the Alabama Waldorf School
Come see some of the best local music in Birmingham, for a good cause! Featuring performances by The Dexateens, Dead Fingers, Shaheed and DJ Supreme, Holiday Gunfire, Fist City Country Show (with Will Stewart and Sarah Lee Langford), and Results of Adults (Tym and Mary B. Cornell, Mark Beasley). All proceeds benefit the school. Full-day admission is $15 minimum donation, and kids 14 years old and younger get in for free. This family-friendly event will include food trucks, face-painting, hula-hooping, and activities for kids including frisbee and cornhole toss.
$15
8:00 PM
Friday
26 TH
April
Shovels and Rope and Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls
presented by Red Mountain Entertainment
$30
11:30 PM
Sunday
28 TH
April
Jupiter Coyote w/ special guests Hannaward Pass
with Special Guests Hannaward Pass
In the course of their 27-year history, Jupiter Coyote has played over five thousand shows, traveled everywhere and done just about everything a touring band can do. The innovative group has independently sold close to a million CDs, tens of thousands of downloads, and who knows how many bootlegs they cut loose to fans for free. JC is brand name, and a pioneering cornerstone in the jam band scene. They have been called the new twist in southern rock and they deliver it with a relaxed, worldly view. Their sound has been labeled “Mountain Rock” — a mixture of Southern Appalachian boogie, bluegrass-infused, funk-rock. JC plays it the way they feel it — with little regard as to where they fall between the cracks of what is considered trendy and fashionable. A band prolific in its writing, skilled in its musicianship and congenial in its nature, they remain the prototype of the truly independent band. They handle all business in-house and own their own record label, which is distributed internationally through Red Eye Worldwide. Coyote has shared the stage with The Allman Brothers Band, Dave Matthews, Widespread Panic, String Cheese, The Radiators and Kansas just to name a few. They have played large festivals from coast to coast, including: High Sierra Music Fest in California, Charlotte’s Center City Fest, Atlanta’s Mid-Town, Birmingham’s City Stages, Asheville’s Bele Chere and The Magnolia Fest in Live Oak, Fla. The group traces its roots to Brevard, N.C., where childhood friends Matthew Mayes (guitar, guijo, vocals) and John Felty (vocals, guitars) decided in 1988 to pursue a career in music. The duo headed to Macon, Ga., where they joined forces with drummer Gene Bass and bassist Sanders Brightwell. Steve Trismen (vocals, fiddle) joined the fold in 1999. A native of Boulder, Colo., Trismen’s playing melded neatly into the band’s sound and gave Coyote a new on-stage dynamic. Noel Felty took over for Bass on drums in 2001. Most recently, long-time JC sidekick John Meyer was added on lead guitar. Meyer is also the person who came up with the name Jupiter Coyote back when the band was first starting in Macon, Ga. There is no band that really sounds like Jupiter Coyote. They have a guijo (banjo neck, Stratocaster body) an incredible fiddle player, and two fantastic slide guitar players. On top of that the band is currently touring with two drummers; Noel Felty and Gene Bass. Lot’s of vocal harmony and clever songwriting set these guys apart from the rest of the banal, jam band pack. Currently, the band just finished its 8th studio album entitled “Life Got In The Way.” It was released Aug 4th, 2018 and cracked the i Tunes top 100 rock category first day out. Jupiter Coyote is currently touring. Talent buyers should contact Matthew Mayes at mbmdeerwoode@gmail.com
$15 Early Bird/$20 GA
12:00 AM
No upcoming concerts at the moment.