<a href=”http://www.brewersassociation.org/” target=”new”>The Brewers Association</a>—the national non-profit association representing the majority of today’s U.S. breweries, and publishers of CraftBeer.com— and <a href=”http://yourbrewery.com/” target=”new”>The Fredericksburg Brewing</a> Company, the oldest brewpub in Texas, will celebrate <a href=”http://www.craftbeer.com/pages/news-and-events/american-craft-beer-week” target=”new”>American Craft Beer Week</a> (ACBW) May 16-22.
Considered The Mother of All Beer Weeks, ACBW recognizes one of America’s true culinary arts and provides a platform for small and independent craft brewers to salute supporters and connect with their local communities. Thousands of today’s beer enthusiasts, beginners and hard core geeks will toast craft beer, with ACBW events predicted to take place in all 50 states.
The brewmasters at the Fredericksburg Brewing Company invite you to participate in ACBW with them. Share a beer and visit with the brewers every afternoon of ACBW at 4:30pm on the benches outside the brewery on Main St. Fredericksburg. Friday, May 20th at 10am learn how the brewing process works during a brewery tour and designated meet the brewers hour. All week long featured food specials at the brewery will include items made with the brewery’s craft beer. Also, enjoy live music during the weekend of ACBW and other special events all week long including a photo contest.
Check out the<a href=”http://www.blogger.com/www.facebook.com/yourbrewery”> Fredericksburg Brewing Company’s Facebook page</a> for information about how to submit photos in our contest to win brewery paraphernalia.
“American Craft Beer Week is an annual celebration of these historic beer times and the amazing community citizenship of craft brewers,” said Julia Herz, a spokesperson for the Brewers Association. “With an emphasis to savor the flavor responsibly and the resurgence of a rich brewing culture here in the U.S., the week is a chance to highlight and recognize the incredible contributions of America’s craft brewers.

<a href=”http://www.brewersassociation.org/” target=”new”>The Brewers Association</a>—the national non-profit association representing the majority of today’s U.S. breweries, and publishers of CraftBeer.com— and <a href=”http://yourbrewery.com/” target=”new”>The Fredericksburg Brewing</a> Company, the oldest brewpub in Texas, will celebrate <a href=”http://www.craftbeer.com/pages/news-and-events/american-craft-beer-week” target=”new”>American Craft Beer Week</a> (ACBW) May 16-22.
Considered The Mother of All Beer Weeks, ACBW recognizes one of America’s true culinary arts and provides a platform for small and independent craft brewers to salute supporters and connect with their local communities. Thousands of today’s beer enthusiasts, beginners and hard core geeks will toast craft beer, with ACBW events predicted to take place in all 50 states.
The brewmasters at the Fredericksburg Brewing Company invite you to participate in ACBW with them. Share a beer and visit with the brewers every afternoon of ACBW at 4:30pm on the benches outside the brewery on Main St. Fredericksburg. Friday, May 20th at 10am learn how the brewing process works during a brewery tour and designated meet the brewers hour. All week long featured food specials at the brewery will include items made with the brewery’s craft beer. Also, enjoy live music during the weekend of ACBW and other special events all week long including a photo contest.
Check out the<a href=”http://www.blogger.com/www.facebook.com/yourbrewery”> Fredericksburg Brewing Company’s Facebook page</a> for information about how to submit photos in our contest to win brewery paraphernalia.
“American Craft Beer Week is an annual celebration of these historic beer times and the amazing community citizenship of craft brewers,” said Julia Herz, a spokesperson for the Brewers Association. “With an emphasis to savor the flavor responsibly and the resurgence of a rich brewing culture here in the U.S., the week is a chance to highlight and recognize the incredible contributions of America’s craft brewers.

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