Salt Springs Brewery Announces St. Patrick's Day Fun

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 03/14/2016 - 12:17

This St. Patrick's Day, Salt Springs Brewery will be open at 11:30 a.m. to serve up a fine feast of traditional Irish fare and showcasing a special batch of its hand crafted beer they call "Salt Patty’s Nitro-Stout.”

The brewery’s nitrogen-infused stout creates a smooth, creamy head that cascades down the inside walls of the glass in a mesmerizing display of tiny bubbles and tasty goodness.

Saline's rich tradition of Celtic music will be showcased at Salt Springs Brewery on St. Patrick's Day from 7 - 9:30 p.m. Each of our performers started their careers as Saline Fiddlers and have grown into extraordinary artists that are still involved with the Fiddlers Ensemble to this day. Their love of the music and dedication to our community can be heard in every note they play.

Festivities start at 7 p.m. as Brad Kukendall and Scott Kendall kick off the night to get everyone into the St. Patrick's Day groove. At 8 p.m. Brad Phillips and Jesse Mason will fill the room with finest Irish music around. Brad has performed with artists including Jeff Daniels, Stevie Wonder, Iggy Pop and more. Brad’s unique ability to span a wide range of genres on violin, mandolin, and guitar, as well as refined composing and arranging skills makes him one of Michigan’s most sought-after acoustic musicians and a prime example of a 21st century, independent musician. Jesse is a member of the Irish band Millish and together they have played at festivals and concerts throughout the Midwest and Europe.

This is a not-to-be-missed event and Salt Springs Brewery is thrilled be to be able to showcase all of these fine musicians starting at 7 pm on Thursday, March 17th. 


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