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Humble Monk x PAR-Projects

Paul Kemp (left) and Mike Kemp (right)
We wanted to take the opportunity to highlight the opening of our friends Paul and Mike Kemp's new brewery in Northside - Humble Monk. 

Humble Monk Brewing Company is a family operated craft brewery located at 1641 Blue Rock St.  A large portion of the brewery equipment has been re-purposed from food grade equipment and the taproom is decorated with rich dark wood, up-cycled spool tables, warm light and plenty of board games.


The environment is family friendly and will surely become a Northside staple.  Mike, the brew master, has been home brewing for 30+ years and plans to brew a large variety of Belgian Style beers.  Paul, Mike's son, helps run the taproom and administration side of the brewery.


Sounds great, right?

If so, you can visit the Taproom on Saturday, April 13th
 for The Humble Hop Print Shop fundraiser for PAR-Projects.

The Humble Monk parking lot will be transformed into a beer garden with music and tacos by Taco Oso.  Inside, team PAR will be facilitating a Free printmaking activity or you can play board games or try your luck with the raffle prizes. A portion of beer sales for the evening benefit PAR-Projects and our programming including our education classes at Kennedy Heights Arts Center.

For more information about the event, visit:  http://bit.ly/2FRpThF

Humble Monk is also open regularly, Thursday - Sunday. 
Follow them at:  Humble Monk Facebook or Humble Monk Instagram

Our collaborations with Humble Monk will continue.  Watch for more information about the 2019 Northside Summer Market - Dawn and Dusk.












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