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Blue Pants hosts monthly Brunch Party

MADISON –  Blue Pants Brewery has launched a new tradition with its monthly Brunch Party on the last Saturday.

“We had our kickoff brunch in June with six food trucks serving,” Allison Spratley said. She is Blue Pants Owner and Event Coordinator.

“Blue Pants Brunch Party is unique because we have the best locally distilled vodka in town. This vodka makes the best Bloody Marys,” Blue Pants branch manager Heather Williams said.

“We rotate food trucks each month so that you get to try something new each Brunch Party,” Williams said. “It is on the last Saturday of every month, family and pet friendly, rain or shine. We will have live music and friendly knowledgeable bartenders.”

The brunch will start at 10 a.m. and go on until at least 1 to 3 p.m.

On July 29, food trucks from Fire & Spice and Back Alley Traveling Bistro will serve guests at the Blue Pants Brunch Party. Both food trucks will feature a special brunch menu.

“We will have our famous loaded Blood Marys, 16-ounce MiGoses, our cold brew coffee drinks, as well as a variety of other beers on tap. One of those beers will be our Oktoberfest brew that was just released,” Williams said.

Tina Crumpton will entertain the brunch crowd.

One guest at the June brunch offered this critique: “Though it was their first brunch event, I feel that that Blue Pants Brewery has captivated something that isn’t seen much within the Tennessee Valley … luring in foodies and beer drinkers to their wonderful location with one event.”

Blue Pants Brewery’s address is 500 Lanier Road, just north of Madison Boulevard.

For more information, call 256-325-1131, email pants@bluepantsbrew.com for general information, email blue@bluepantsbrew.com for event details or email sales@bluepantsbrew.com for sales facts. The website address is bluepantsbrew.com.

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