EVENTS + FOOD TRUCKS

CALLING ALL FOOD TRUCKS! We still have openings, if you are interested in getting scheduled on our calendar email: sarah@brinkbrewing.com

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ARTIST GLASS SERIES

 The 1st Wednesday of each month we will be introducing you to a new local artist and their limited edition glass they've designed exclusively for Brink. For $15 you get the glass along with one fill of beer!   Note: High ABV and/or barrel aged beers are not included in the $12 fill. Limited release and when they are gone, they're gone. One per customer.   The May SWEET glass was designed by Amy Nicolai. Amy is an artist of many mediums and operates under the studio name AmyEclectic.  Inspired by natural forms, architecture and the visual fruits of cultures around the world, her creative interests focus on color, texture and experimentation.  Her favorite mediums include creating polymer clay beads and buttons, glass seed bead and thread embroidery, beaded jewelry, knitting, fabric/felt/paper art. Amy studied art at Mount St. Joseph University in the early 1990's and continues to evolve artistically. She was featured on HGTV's "That's Clever!" in 2007 and more recently the local PBS arts show artsBridge.  Her work can be found at indigenous: a handcrafted gallery, Urban Eden, the Nature Shop at the Cincinnati Nature Center and on Etsy at  www.etsy.com/shop/AmyEclectic .  

The 1st Wednesday of each month we will be introducing you to a new local artist and their limited edition glass they've designed exclusively for Brink. For $15 you get the glass along with one fill of beer!

Note: High ABV and/or barrel aged beers are not included in the $12 fill. Limited release and when they are gone, they're gone. One per customer.

The May SWEET glass was designed by Amy Nicolai. Amy is an artist of many mediums and operates under the studio name AmyEclectic.  Inspired by natural forms, architecture and the visual fruits of cultures around the world, her creative interests focus on color, texture and experimentation.  Her favorite mediums include creating polymer clay beads and buttons, glass seed bead and thread embroidery, beaded jewelry, knitting, fabric/felt/paper art. Amy studied art at Mount St. Joseph University in the early 1990's and continues to evolve artistically. She was featured on HGTV's "That's Clever!" in 2007 and more recently the local PBS arts show artsBridge.  Her work can be found at indigenous: a handcrafted gallery, Urban Eden, the Nature Shop at the Cincinnati Nature Center and on Etsy at www.etsy.com/shop/AmyEclectic.