complete with all things brewed (coffee, tea and beer) on the top
floor of the Mint Museum Uptown on Friday, April 15, 2011, from 7:30
p.m. to 10:30 p.m.
Event-goers can win prizes by participating in a balloon pop and the
"Brew Pong" Tournament. Proceeds from the event will help fund
preservation efforts for St. Peter's Catholic Church (501 S. Tryon
Street), one of the oldest buildings on Tryon Street.
Admission is $60; all participants will receive a pilsner glass or
coffee mug. Free parking will be provided in The Green parking deck
next to St. Peter's Church. Tickets and other details are available
With a comfortable but fashionable neighborhood pub feel, The Big Brew
Ha menu will include breakfast items from DEAN & DELUCA, Harvest Moon
Grille, Amelie's French Bakery, the Healthy Home Market, The Flying
Biscuit Cafe and more.
The moonlight meal and bountiful beverages that create The Big Brew Ha
experience will be enhanced by a festive atmosphere of music and
upscale pub decor. Activities will include a balloon pop in which
guests pay to pop a balloon to determine their winnings (i.e. gift
certificate to restaurant), and a "Brew Pong" tournament (a version of
"beer pong" in which contestants accrue points by tapping the beer cup
with the ping pong ball or even more points when the ball goes inside
the beer cup). A grand prize will be awarded to the winners.
All festivities will feature the backdrop of the Charlotte skyline as
seen at the 5th Floor of the new Mint Museum Uptown, located across
from St. Peter's Catholic Church.
The Big Brew Ha Details:
Date: Friday, April 15, 2011 7:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.
Location: The Mint Museum Uptown, 500 S. Tryon Street., Charlotte, NC
Tickets: $60 www.TheBigBrewHa.com
About The Big Brew Ha
This brand new event is sponsored by: Seafoods.com, Healthy Home
Market and ServiceMaster Cleaning Services. Current food vendors
include DEAN & DELUCA, Amelie's French Bakery and Harvest Moon
Grille. Current beverage sponsors are Healthy Home Market and Bealer
Wholesale. Promotional partners include Charlotte Magazine and Yelp
(Real People. Real Reviews.) Proceeds generated from The Big Brew Ha
will further the effort to preserve St. Peter's Catholic Church.
About St. Peter's Catholic Church
St. Peter's Catholic Church is one of the oldest buildings on Tryon
Street, for which the original cornerstone was laid in 1851. According
to a former pastor, "For 90 years it was the only Catholic church in
the city. It's easy to interpret this church's role in the city in
light of the name Jesus gave Peter…Rock." The mission of St. Peter's
is to grow in faith through worship, prayer, outreach, education and
action. St. Peter's has been staffed by the Jesuits since 1986.
Learn more at www.stpeterscatholic.org.