Photos courtesy of Inner Groove Brewing
We’re almost to the weekend, my friends! As we sit here looking forward, let me do you one better by planning your weekend for you. If you live North of the city (or, if you don’t mind a drive), you need to check out all Inner Groove is offering!
Located in Verona, Inner Groove Brewing is fast becoming one of the best spots in the ‘Burgh for creative craft brews. Everything to come out of their tanks straight up kills it… whether it’s IPAs, stouts, or sours, I can confirm they make some exceptional beer!
This Saturday, 10/17, Inner Groove will be travelling out to Gibsonia for a great day of beer, pizza and yoga! These are three of my favorite things in this world. They’ve joined forces with BREATHE power yoga and EddiesPizza412 to create a most excellent event! Located on William Flynn Highway in Gibsonia, this tailgating event will begin with a 45 minute power class in the studio. Afterwards, it’s beer time! Pizza and beer will be enjoyed in the parking lot after your savasana.
As a friendly reminder, masks are required throughout the event, except when one is on their yoga mat or eating and drinking. Come prepared to social distance, and enjoy your yoga and beer safely and responsibly.
Yoga not your jam? Fear not, because there’s also options for you, friends. A limited amount of extra slices and brews from Inner Groove will be available for purchase during the event as well! Tickets are 25 dollars and include a yoga class, 1 beer from Inner Groove, and 1 slice of pizza. Check out this site to pre register!
Want to purchase beer during this event? Inner Groove is bringing along two releases that are sure to impress. Available 4 packs for pickup during the event include the Haze Man Nice Hop IPA and the LuLu Sweet Cherry and Apricot Torte Sour. The LuLu is a new release this week and at 5.3% it’s going to be crushably sweet. More of a hop fan? Haze Man is a crisp tropical IPA that will sate your taste buds!
The best part? This entire event benefits charity! Proceeds will go to Glimmer of Hope, a local organization that supports breast cancer research. Check out this sick event this weekend and get your groove on for a good cause!