(West Plains, MO) – Wages Brewing Company, a nanobrewery brewing 1 BBL at a time in the southern Missouri small town, is pleased to announce their first participation in American Craft Beer Week. In the 1 1/2 years Wages has been open, they have locally become known as THE place for events. From live music and food trucks virtually every Saturday, to gaming evenings to charity events and hosting local authors, there’s almost always something to do at Wages.
Wages wanted to do some extra special events for American Craft Beer Week, and they’ve come up with quite a unique week:
Monday May 14th – Yoga* by Breathe : Rumor has it we’re doing yoga again!
Tuesday May 15th – Vinyl Night in the Aux Arcs
*bring your vinyl to be played! A potluck often spontaneous occurs.
Wednesday May 16th – Opening a bottle of Wood Hat Brew Barrel Bourbon (made in Missouri in conjunction with a brewery!) + Adult Chess
Thursday May 17th – Free Glass Night
*Every attendee who buys a beer receives a random glass from owner Phil Wages’ personal collection
Friday May 18th – Blood Orange Throwdown – You choose the best
*Is it better to have Blood Orange Whatknot Ale (Wages’ cream/wheat hybrid), Blood Orange Gose, or Blood Orange Kombucha? You be the judge!
Saturday May 19th – AHA Member Rally: Meet Wages Brew Co and Ozarktoberfest, Momma Mary’s Navajo Tacos food truck May 19th, Creek Stink and Clawhammer live at WBCo May 19th
*Wages’ first AHA Rally, food all day, and no cover charge live music starts at 7 PM
With his Mississippi born charm, now Missouri native and brewery owner Phil Wages says, “We look forward to sharing this week with y’all! Come find out why we say, The Middle of Nowhere Never Tasted So Good!”