Nuit Belge, a celebration of Belgian beer and local cuisine, debuted last year in Nashville. The event was such a success, organizers decided to take the event on the road in 2016. As you probably guessed, one tour stop will be right here in the Holy City.
On Saturday, April 16th, Nuit Belge Charleston will be held at the Memminger Auditorium from 7 pm until 10 pm. A VIP session will start at 5:30 pm.
Upon entry to the venue, all guests will receive a print menu and a tulip glass to be used for beer tastings. Offerings include plenty of Belgian and Belgian inspired brews local cuisine, an oyster bar by the Murder Point Oyster Company, a cheese tasting by Whole Foods Market, and a chocolate tasting by Olive & Sinclair Chocolate.
VIPs will also have an opportunity to sample rare beers and a wide variety of products from Nashville’s Blackberry Farm and Blackberry Farm Brewery.
Ticket are $99 (general session) and $139 (Blackberry Farm VIP). Go to www.nuitbelge.com/charleston for more details. This is a 21+ event and proper ID is required.
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