It's Brews 'n' Tunes Week at Lavery Brewing Company

Categories:  Music    Food & Drink
Tuesday, June 16th, 2015 at 12:05 PM
It's Brews 'n' Tunes Week at Lavery Brewing Company by Alex Bieler
Photo by David Strenio

Don't wait for the weekend to get your beer and music kick when you can start tonight. Lavery Brewing Company is hosting its first-ever Brews 'n' Tunes Week at the brewpub located at 128 W. 12th St., with the first of three performances from some talented local singer-songwriters happening tonight.

Tyler Smilo will take a break from rocking out with Daybreak Radio or making cool videos on various Erie rooftops to kick off Brews 'n' Tunes Week tonight, with the perormance starting at 7 p.m., which will give you enough time to get out of work, go home and change, and then hit up Lavery for a cool, refreshing beer of your choice. 2014 40 under 40 inductee Brooke Surgener will take over for Wednesday evening from 6 to 9 p.m. and the talented Claire Stuczynski will close out the three-show week with a 6 to 9 p.m. set on Thursday.

That's three straight weeknights of premium acoustic goodness, which I know pairs very well with a Liopard Oir Farmhouse Ale, or a Death or Glory Black Saison, or an Imperial Red Ale, or a... well, you get the point. Even better, all three shows are free (beer is not, but completely worth several dollars), so head down to Lavery for one to three nighgts of Brews 'n' Tunes this week!

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