NORWICH — Celebrate the halfway mark to St. Patrick’s Day all weekend long at Hidden Springs Brewhouse, located at 170 County Road 31 in Norwich.
Festivities kick off on Friday, September 15 with Sons of Eastwood from 5:30 to 8 p.m. as well as raffle baskets and items to benefit St. Baldrick’s.
Baskets have been donated by dozens of local businesses, organizations, and individuals, such as sporting equipment from Preferred Mutual, doTerra products donated by Pam Jones Burchill, a portable BlueTooth speaker from NYCM, a mix of hair and coffee products from Teasers and Deja Brew, a wax melter donated by Farmhouse Finds, and much more.
All proceeds from the raffle will go to the St. Baldrick’s Foundation to benefit childhood cancer research.
On Saturday, September 16, catch the return of the Ryan Clan from 4 to 7 p.m., featuring Frank Revoir on vocals and guitar; Bill Scranton on guitar, mandolin, and vocals; Tom Ryan on banjo and vocals; Pat Ryan on vocals; Brennan Ryan on bass; and Dan Ryan on bass and vocals.
Food will also be available from Smoke Out BBQ Food Truck, and attendees will have a chance to win raffle baskets to benefit St. Baldrick’s raffle on Saturday as well.
Sunday, September 17 will bring a performance by the Bruce Beadle Trio from 2 to 5 p.m., and a classic car drive in, weather permitting.
Of course, visitors can also enjoy a refreshing beer brewed right at Hidden Springs all weekend long, including Lady of the Lake, Breakfast Juice, HSB Vienna Lager, Basic Witch, Single-Hop IPA, Eternal Sunshine, Always Freakin’ Cloudy, and Fizzy Water Drank hard seltzer, available in several flavors.
More information on Hidden Springs Brewhouse and their upcoming events can be found on the Hidden Springs Brewhouse Facebook page.
More information on St. Baldrick’s can be found at StBaldricks.org or on the St. Baldrick’s – Norwich, NY Facebook page.