What You'll Get
Music and drinks have long been enjoyed together, from turn-of-the-century gentlemen sipping scotch around the Victrola to modern gentlemen sipping scotch around the Victrola in a 3-D holographic recreation chamber. Some things never change with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for two tickets to Brews & Muse 2013 (a $20 value)
- $20 for four tickets to Brews & Muse 2013 (a $40 value)
On Saturday, September 21, Peace Tree Brewing Company ignites with live music and flowing taps for Brews & Muse 2013. Alongside the flawless guitar work of James Biehn and the punk-infused surf rock of Surf Zombies, guests can sip on selections from the brewery's standard lineup and numerous special-release beers. The first 300 guests will also receive a commemorative pint glass.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 21, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Must be 21 or older to consume alcohol. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Peace Tree Brewing Company
Peace Tree Brewing Company takes its name from the ancient sycamore tree that currently peeks its head through the watery surface of Lake Red Rock. Legend has it before the tree was half submerged in water, it served as a meeting place for negotiations between natives and traders. Above all, the tree stood as a symbol of neighborly conversation, friendship, and agreement—aspects of life that Peace Tree Brewing Company hopes to facilitate with their frosty beers and neighborhood atmosphere.
Inside Peace Tree’s taproom, which is open Wednesday through Sunday, visitors can gather for tours of the brewery or sit and enjoy its year-round beers on draft. Sippers can introduce their taste buds to the malty flavor of Red Rambler or prepare themselves for the blend of American and English hops in the Hop Wrangler. Occasionally, guests might find seasonal brews available for taste, such as Cornucopia, an ale brewed with Iowa sweet corn, or the heavy and malty Imperial stout. Since the taproom has taken a vow of hunger, it doesn’t serve food, but it does have a bundle of local takeout menus that visitors can use to order food they can enjoy alongside their drinks and the occasional performance of local live music.