Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) March 26, 2015
Arts+Crafts, Inc. has announced its annual Tap+Cork: Brooklyn Beer & Wine Fest will take place August 14-15, 2015. In its third year, the fest has gained increased support leading to its expansion into a two-day experience full of great tastings, food and entertainment.
Restoration Plaza, in Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, will again be the main host for the festival. With the assistance of beverage and food partners, Tap+Cork has also incorporated other locations into its plans, which will be announced in May.
“We have expanded our selections to meet crowd demands,” said Tai Allen, creative director of Arts+Crafts & Tap+Cork. “We are looking forward to accommodating our beer, wine and food fans on an even higher level -- especially after the fest “sold out” last year with more than 1400 revelers in attendance.”
This year’s event will feature at least 45-50 craft beers and artisanal wines, as well as curated cuisines from in-demand food vendors, along with local vendors and home-brewing demonstrations will be on-site. In addition, the fest will include live musical performances and a Motown music celebration.
Tap+Cork organizers also continue to place heavy focus/emphasis on supporting area businesses. This year, they have teamed with Bed-Stuy Gateway Business Improvement District and members of New York City’s City Council to include hospitality providers from Central and Eastern Brooklyn.
Tap+Cork Brooklyn Beer & Wine Fest takes place August 14 -15, with its main event being hosted at Bedford-Stuyvesant Restoration Plaza, located at 1368 Fulton Street in Brooklyn, New York. Early bird tickets go on sale May 11, 2015.
For more information, visit tapcorknyc.com.
It is the creative goal of Arts+Crafts to develop events that recognize the importance of giving neighborhoods amazing things to do and connect with one another, from concerts to beer & wine tastings to neighborhood festivals. Arts+Crafts is dedicated to creating the events for the communities it serves and experiences that communities will remember for years to come. Already entrenched in the Central Brooklyn and Downtown Brooklyn art scenes, the founders of Arts+Crafts are committed to the growth of arts and culture in New York City. http://www.artscraftsinc.com
Now in its third year, Tap+Cork events combine the sophistication of grand tastings with the celebratory atmosphere of summer festivals and neighborhood block parties. Each event features award-winning selections of craft beers, regional wineries and attract thousands for tastings, live music and entertainment.