Shelton, WA - If you are reading this and you haven't mapped out what to do for the Memorial Day Weekend, here's another suggestion, Grove Street on May 29th. Benefiting the March of Dimes, the event will feature Grove Street beers, locally harvested oysters, and cheese pairings. Starting at 7:00 PM and concluding at 10:30, you are encouraged to relax while music by Buffalo Trace plays throughout the night.
Total cost depends on which event you choose to participate in with $25 covering one beer, an oyster and cheese plate, plus cover; or you can pay $6 and listen to the band. Note, your $25 also includes the $6 cover charge to listen to Buffalo Trace.
Advance Tickets are available through Lester Insurance Agency (360) 277-0476 or at Grove Street Brewhouse (360) 462-2739.
“Grove Street Brewhouse, the first brewery in Mason County, opened for business in October 2009. Owned by local couple Jeff and Tessie Thompson, the Pontiac dealership-turned-brewery in downtown Shelton features its own on-site pub brewery, much of the original timber, frame, and woodwork, a bar serving 7+ housemade beers, local wines and ciders, housemade sodas, an impressive variety of specialty teas, and a full kitchen serving house baked goods and homemade pub fare. Run by the Thompsons, along with their two daughters, and a fantastic kitchen, service, and brewery crew, GSB invites you to join us for lunch, dinner, or just a couple beers. We are all-ages friendly, so bring your family and neighbors. Short for “Public House”, our goal is bring the true meeting place “pub” culture to Shelton and Mason County.
We use a 7 barrel (1 barrel is 31 gallons) pub system. It is a two-vessel, copper-clad steam jacketed brewhouse, with 4 cylindro-conical fermenters and 7 dish-bottom serving tanks.” –source, Grove Street Brewhouse
May 29th, 2010 7:00 PM to 10:30 PM PST
Beer, Oyster, & Cheese Benefit for March of Dimes, Grove Street Brewhouse
233 S. First St. Shelton, WA (360) 462-2739)