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Come Celebrate Two Years of Beer at Grapevine Craft Brewery

Nov 19, 2015 10:43AM ● By Audrey Sellers

When Grapevine Craft Brewery (GCB) opened its doors two years ago, we knew something special had arrived. We’ve shared stories of this neighborhood brewery in print and online, and now it’s time to celebrate two amazing years of hand-crafted beer.

On Saturday, December 5, head over to the Taproom and Beer Garden at GCB and enjoy a second-anniversary party complete with live music, food trucks and, of course, great beer. The party runs from noon to 10 p.m., and as a token of appreciation to supporters and guests, GCB will offer $3 pints all day long.

In case you’re not a history buff, December 5 is the day Prohibition was repealed. GCB is commemorating the occasion with the Kentucky Common, a Prohibition-style beer. This dark, cream ale was one of the most popular beers in the late 19th century until Prohibition began.

Additionally, GCB is proud to announce the success of the Local 3113 Oktoberfest beer and its fundraising efforts. With a total of $3,000 raised for the Local 3113 Fire Fighter’s Association, the GCB team feels honored to have had the opportunity to give back to such a courageous part of the community. You can get a taste of Local 3113 at the second anniversary party.

Here’s the lineup:

Live music:

Chris Johnson 1-3 p.m.

Wayne Floyd 4-6 p.m.

Ole G 7-9 p.m.

Food trucks:

The Dumpling Bros 12-3 p.m.

Bellatrino 5-8 p.m. 

Visit for more information.