What's on tap at Paladin in April
Posted on Mar 31, 2017
Greetings Heroic Beer Drinkers!
Hello spring! Here's what's going on at Paladin in April.
The Backyard is open!
Spring is here, the back yard is open! We can't think of a better way to spend an evening than sitting in a relaxing setting outdoors with a nice cold Paladin and some good friends. We also have a charcoal grill available for you to use while you're here. Please bring your own charcoal.
April 1st - "Grand Opening"
On April 1st we are having a little fun in hopes of reaching new heroic beer drinkers. We have placed signs around Austintown advertising our "Grand Opening". When you come in Saturday you will see a sign that reads 'Welcome to Paladin Brewing's April Fools Day grand opening!' Join in the fun and invite your friends that don't know about us yet!
April 1st - Ivy and Layna Jewelry Pop up
Ivy and Layna are a small company made up of a mom and her little girls. They are selling jewelry in hopes of teaching the girls the value of working for a dollar and the profits are nesting away for their college funds! Please come out and support this adventure while enjoying some beautiful jewelry at amazing prices! Look for them here from 4 to 8pm on April 1. Click here to visit their Facebook page.
April 4th - Keep it Local Austintown
Keep it Local Austintown is holding their April mixer here at Paladin on April 4th at 6pm. Yes, it's a Tuesday, and yes, we are opening that day! We will be here until at least 8pm if our regulars would like to stop in as well. Keep It Local also held their mixer here back in June, and everyone had a great time!
The concept behind Keep It Local, Austintown! is to highlight the diverse personalities of those in a community that we’re passionate about growing. By offering unique networking opportunities, we can create a team of professional advocates for local businesses, organizations, and community organizations that work together to offer support, brainstorm ideas, and become a network of community activists.
Keep It Local, Austintown! strives to promote local businesses to the community by supporting businesses owners and professionals through the use of professional networking opportunities and events, social media and online presence, print material, and word of mouth. Local businesses are coming together to create and promote Keep It Local, Austintown!, and by being active in promoting the community, they are in turn receiving exposure and supporters of their own business. Click here for the Facebook event.
April 7th - National Beer Day
Now this is my kind of holiday! As an extra bonus, it's on a Friday this year!
HOW TO OBSERVE - Grab a beer (Preferably a Paladin - we have 16 to choose from after all) and spend some time with friends. (Remember to always drink responsibly and to never drink and drive.) Check in here and use the hashtag #NationalBeerDay to post on social media.
HISTORY - On April 7, 1933, President Franklin Roosevelt took the first step toward ending Prohibition and signed a law that allowed people to brew and sell beer, in the United States, as long as it remained below 4.0% alcohol by volume (ABV). Beer drinkers celebrated and were happy to be able to purchase beer again for the first time in thirteen years.
Our research found this day was created as National Beer Day by Justin Smith, a Richmond, Virginia Craft Beer Examiner, and his friend Mike Connolly from Liverpool, England. April 7th was chosen because the Cullen-Harrison Act was signed into law and became effective on this day. In 2009, Smith and Connolly created a National Beer Day Facebook page. From this page, they invited friends to join and word has spread to many sources that April 7 is National Beer Day.
April 21st - Reds, Whites, and Brews
The Children’s Rehabilitation Center will present a Wine & Beer Taste at its annual Reds, Whites & Brews from 6 to 9 p.m. April 21 at the Avalon Inn and Resort in Howland. The evening includes dinner, dessert, complimentary wine and beer provided by Hartford Hill Winery, Country Porch Winery, Cap and Cork Shop and Tasting Room and Paladin Brewing. Activities include a silent auction and a live auction conducted by Auctioneer Bill Rager of Byce Auction.
All proceeds benefit the Children’s Rehabilitation Center, a pediatric outpatient center specializing in infant therapy, physical, occupational and speech therapies for children ages 6 months to 18 years.
May 27th - Rust Belt Revival Beer Ride
On May 27th, there will be a group of mountain bikers here to ride for a fundraiser benefitting Rust Belt Revival Trail Coalition Mountain Bike Club. The club is a 501(c)(3) non-profit that builds mountain bike trails locally to grow the sport. They are capping the event at 75 riders. We will be opening at Noon this particular day, rather than the 2:00 we normally would on Saturday. Every one is welcome to attend with or without a bike! Click here to check out the group on Facebook.
June 24th - Falcon Animal Rescue Meow Luau
Our neighbors at Falcon Animal Rescue (the front of our building) are holding a "Meow Luau" fundraiser here on June 24th. For information, call Falcon directly at 330-757-2351.
We're still doing Ladies Night every Wednesday, and it's become a fun event for us! In addition to the ladies getting $1 off their glass of beer, a group of ladies have been here every week crafting and snacking. Stop in and Bridget will be happy to teach you how to crochet!
Hold Your Events Here
We have a lot of space, and we are eager to allow you to use it at no charge for your events, fundraisers, and benefits during our normal business hours. If you're interested please call Abby at 330-272-1494. Again, we offer this to you for FREE. We want to give back to the community which has been so good to us.
As always, thank you for your of patronage and friendship. Hope to see you soon!
John and Abby Chandler