This year, it will expand and become a festive event. The idea is by Gregory Descott. He owns three bars (Slag Heaps, Hope Square, Six Nations), a restaurant (Beer Garden) and a beer store (Geek and Beer) and will soon manage the Jeffrey-Guardian Brewery. “For us, there are two unavoidable events in the year: St. Patrick’s Day (Irish National Day, Editor’s Note) March 17, Music Day June 21,” someone who wanted to see another meeting, completely Stefanois, to activate the city. “Our Lyon neighbors have their festival of lights, and it burns all over the city!”
A beer from Saint-Barbe
Saint-Barbe, “part of the history of St. Etienne”, found everything for the grandson of a miner. His wish: “Make Saturday, December 4 our own national holiday. Inspired by the models of St. Patrick’s Day, Fayette de la Music, Beaujolais Nouveau. “Saint-Barbie beer will be created for the occasion and 14 local breweries will be set up. The bars will host concerts and restaurants will provide a special menu,” he lists, adding that he wants to repeat the party every year.
Currently, 70 venues are ready to participate. “Everyone I’ve met is ready for it,” he says happily. Some asked him why no one had thought of this before.
The organizers will reveal a detailed program of the celebrations at a press conference scheduled for Tuesday, October 19th.
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