Thursday Night Live!

Posted by on Aug 31, 2016 in News

Thursday Night Live!

The Canton Brewing Company continues to dazzle and amaze. Their restaurant is open, where you can enjoy exciting new dishes while in an gorgeous, airy spot with rich hardwood surrounding. The brewery is open for tours where you can marvel at what it actually takes to brew some seriously great local beer. The Speakeasy is available for you to sneak in for a beer or two.

In case you haven’t heard—-The Canton Brewing Company has been bringing you the ultimate end of summer concert series—-Thursday Night Live in the lot near the Canton Brewing Company, from 7-10. Grab a beer of your liking and stroll over for some killer local bands as the sun sets over your fair city.

This week wraps up the Thursday Night Live, a free concert series brought to you entirely by Canton Brewing Company. When I say it is ENTIRELY covered by Canton Brewing—that’s what I mean. David Beule is the owner of the brewery, and he wanted to give a little back to the community and get some more people downtown. Beule bought the lumber, built a stage and booked some bands and will cover the operating costs for the entire ten week series.

There will be beer and food available for purchase from Canton Brewing Company, but that isn’t the driving force behind Beule’s undertaking. He’d much rather see downtown Canton swimming with smiling faces than sell a few extra pizzas. Yes, refreshments are available for purchase from downtown venues, including those artisan pizzas from Canton Brewing, but you’re not obligated. If you want to bring a picnic basket and a blanket—-you can! Folding chairs are also an option. There are no gates so get there as early as you like, maybe drop into Canton Brewing for a happy hour cocktail before you take your beer to go.

Don’t worry, you didn’t miss all the fun! You will be able to see Jeff Poulos Blues Revue in full glory on an impressive 32 by 24 foot stage on Market Square.

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