2/1/2018 -- Bad Lab's 1st Annual Stout Month
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Bad Lab is hosting our 1st annual Stout Month: 28 days, 30+ breweries, events every week!Bad Lab Beer Co. Hosts New Hampshire’s 1st Annual Stout Month
Somersworth, NH (January 18, 2018) – HELLO DARKNESS…Bad Lab Beer Co. is hosting NH seacoast’s 1st annual Stout Month: a 28-day celebration of darkness throughout the entire month of February. With a minimum of 9 tap lines dedicated to dark brew, they will be featuring a curated selection of beers from 30+ different breweries, along with 7 of their own.
In addition to brews on tap, Bad Lab will be releasing a limited amount of specialty 4-packs of Corinth, a Maple Coffee Milk Stout. Guests can also revel in the darkness at one of the many events happening at Bad Lab each week.
“We’ll be hosting a beer-centric live art exhibit, inviting guest brewers to host our weekly Tuesday beer school classes, throwing a decadently dark Valentines Day party, and more,” said Evan Eppler, Bad Lab brewpub General Manager, “For us, it’s about bringing the community together on the coldest days of winter to drink good beer and spend time with one another.”
Friends of Bad Lab at Mountain Sun Pub and Brewery in Colorado and Fort George Brewing in Oregon have been hosting Stout Months of their own for years. When Bad Lab reached out to discuss the possibility of taking the concept to the east coast, they all agreed that Stout Month should happen everywhere there is a February.
Guests can expect to drink brews alongside many of the seacoast’s local brewers and taste beers from both near and far. To RSVP, invite friends, and learn more about Bad Lab’s 1st annual Stout Month, check out their Facebook Event Page and stay up-to-date on new tappings by following their social media channels.
About Bad Lab Beer Co | Bad Lab Beer Co. is a Somersworth, NH based brewpub where science and art meet. It’s a place where calibrating the ideal water chemistry is just as important as the music being played during fermentation. They are off-beat, curious, and on a mission to produce high quality balanced beers that we can all enjoy. Currently, Bad Lab is available at the brewpub, as well as on draft and in bottles throughout NH and southern Maine.
Visit Bad Lab Beer Co. | 460 High St. Somersworth, NH 03878
Media Contact: Tiffany Puza, Director of Operations | TPuza@badlabbeer.com
Event listing posted on January 18, 2018 8:01AM