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Have a Hoppy Thanksgiving Eve with Airways Brewing Company!

Celebrate the start of a long holiday weekend with beers and the brewers at Airways Brewing Company in Kent! On Wednesday, November 21, the growing microbrewery is opening up its doors and offering patrons a special look at what it takes to create its lineup of specialty brews during its Thanksgiving Eve Open House. Airways staff will be on hand to answer questions and give tours of the brewery, while in the Tap Room, guests can enjoy special offerings including Sky Hag through a Randall of cranberries, orange peel and toasted oak, plus the just released Midnight Departure CDA. Bottles of Sky Hag IPA will also be available for purchase.

For those heading to the Thunderbirds game that evening, Airways Brewing Beer & Bistro in downtown Kent makes the perfect spot for a beer and food before game. Offering special chicken hot brown sandwiches, this evening also marks the debut of a permanent Randall at the Bistro (look for Randall Tuesdays in the near future) with a festive offering scheduled for that night. Start the holidays right (and with a beer) at one of Airways Brewing Company’s great locations!

When:
Wednesday, November 21
3-8pm

Where:
Airways Brewing Tap Room
6644 S 196th St. #T-100
Kent, WA 98032

Airways Brewing Beer & Bistro
320 W. Harrison St.
Kent, WA 98032

Who:
These events are open to the public; both establishments are 21+ establishment.

More info:
Visit airwaysbrewing.com, or the Airways Brewing Company Facebook page or Twitter feed for more information.

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