Adult Fun at Mayday Brewery!
From Ozzy’s angel wings to kegs and kegs of green beer, we’ve got so much fun going on this season! Put all these upcoming events on your calendar.
The holiday season isn’t over. It’s just ramping up! And we’re throwing huge bashes and celebrations throughout the next couple of months. Continue reading for more details on all the good times that lie just around the corner, and spend an evening or two with us.
- Valentine’s Day Tour with Cupid and Piano Bar — February 14th @ 6:00 p.m.
Looking for love at the bottom of a glass? In the mood to rekindle that long lost flame? Let the heavenly taste and feverish aromas of our taproom transport you to a romantic fantasy paradise. For just $20 you can tour our brewery with Cupid himself! Cost includes a souvenir pint glass and ample samples along the way. Get tickets here. We’ll also have a Piano Bar Live, to serenade you with the dulcet tones of love, and a succulent supper spread provided by everyone’s favorite food truck—My Roots!
- Fat Tuesday Party — Tuesday, March 5th from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Can’t make it all the way down to Bourbon Street in New Orleans for Mardi Gras this year? Hunker down in Murfreesboro with us and enjoy our impressive parade of trademark beers, festive music, regional food, and more! Try a pint off our wall of twenty-four unique taps while you take in the group of merry minstrels also known as The Festivus Players! They’re a little bit of country, a little bit of rock ‘n’ roll, a little bit of Irish jig. Throw some Cajun food in there and you’ve got yourself one final blowout before you abstain throughout Lent. Do yourself a favor and don’t miss out on this convivial bacchanal!
- St. Patrick’s Day Party — Sunday, March 17th
It doesn’t matter if your parents are Irish, you’re half Irish, one percent Irish, or from the Emerald Isle itself—everyone’s a little bit Irish on St. Patty’s Day. And what would a good celebration be without a little bit of green beer! Drink to the memory and ghost of Ireland’s most prominent patron saint, while Murfreesboro’s own Jackson Harrison tickles the ivories with crowd pleasers and holiday favorites all night long. You might want to consider strategically using one of those personal or sick days on Monday, just to be on the safe side.