He lines up cans of Champagne Velvet shared by Upland Brewing Company.
“Hello everybody, come on up, tap on the bar top and grab a beer. Hey it’s the Fringe.”
Guy-Jo isn’t daunted by what he can’t control. Expect a lot more fun at the beer tent
During the festival, beer is served on weekdays between 6:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m., and between 1:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. on weekends, reads the notice. Along with Champagne Velvet Premium Pilsner, you can savor Tin Man’s Damascene Apricot Sour Ale, Oskar Blue’s Dale’s Pale Ale and Bell’s Two-Hearted.
“Fabulous job at the BEER TENT,” is the news release shout out from Pauline Moffat, the Madonna of Indy Fringe. “And a big thank you from IndyFringe to the Firefighter's Local Union, Lee Dykstra who created our fabulous new tent and 50 seat air conditioned theatre, William Denton Ray for his imaginative BEER TOTEMS and Gershman Partners Theatre Entry, Jan White and Steve Adams whose wonderful decorations will bring a little sparkle to our lives!!!”
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- A group enjoys Champagne Velvet at IndyFringe
Or be at your “fringiest,” stay where you are at The Tent, grab a cold beer and enjoy our Short Fringe shows!” advises the notice. Two shows every hour, $5 per show.