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Hops & Influence: Business Networking & Craft Beer Bottle Share
Tue, May 16, 2017, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
Join Us For Great Business Networking & Even Better Craft Beers.
This is a business networking and bottle share event!
Bring a small selection of the finest craft beer you can find to share with a great group of local business owners and professionals who are also craft beer enthusiasts.
The aim here is high end craft beer, so avoid the Bud and Miller, but it doesn't all have to be Pliny either.
A good rule of thumb is aim for a 6-pack / 4-pack / bomber or two / growler of something that is highly rated or rare.
Tickets are free, and we will provide tasting glasses, snacks and appetizers, but you must bring a small selection of fine craft beer to enter and participate in the networking night and bottle share.
Feel free to invite other professionals that are also beer enthusiasts, we want to have a great turnout and selection of beer!
Networking doesn't have to be painful! Meet like-minded people who already have a shared interest to make getting to know each other easier.
Craft Beer Bottle Share
Each attendee is asked to bring a selection of elite craft beer to share with the group. We will provide tasting glasses so we can all sample some of the best beers in the world.
Snacks & Appetizers
Delicious snacks and appetizers are supplied.
This event is being sponsored by Reynolds + Rowella’s Family Office Solutions Group and IT Consulting group Blueprint Essential.
Reynolds + Rowella Family Office Solutions Group
Reynolds + Rowella's Family Office Solutions Group is at the center of your financial picture. Beyond providing essential accounting functions and sophisticated advisory services, we align ourselves with your other trusted advisors (Attorneys, Investment Advisors, Bankers). Through our professional service team approach, we can confidently ensure that financial matters are handled in a manner our clients have come to expect.
Blueprint Essential IT Consulting Group
Reynolds + Rowella's IT Consulting Group "Blueprint Essential" is a strategic technology consulting group that helps executive teams turn their technology investments into business strategies while raising the quality of their decisions and decision-making processes. For those executives that would like to know how their technology spending compares to others, Blueprint Essential offers an introductory IT Spending Benchmark at www.spendrightsmart.com.
Why is this event different?
This networking group is set up like a Bottle Share, which is a gathering of craft-beer lovers where each attendee brings a selection of craft beer to share with the group.
While we taste the collection of beers we talk about business and make connections.
Though attendees bring the beer, we as hosts supply appetizers and a location to gather.
Why do I bring my own beer?
As craft beer lovers have come to know, elite beers, often referred to as Unicorns, are hard to come by and are often offered in small quantities. As a group member you can share the distinct and unique beers you have come across with others who will reciprocate in kind fashion. This way we have access to a great selection of some of the most sought after beers that can then be sampled and enjoyed by all.
Is this free or is there a cost?
This event is being sponsored by Reynolds + Rowella’s Family Office Solutions Group and IT Consulting group Blueprint Essential. There is no entry fee, the only thing you must bring is a small selection of high quality craft beer to share with the group.
What kind of beer do I bring?
All styles of beer are welcome but we are looking for truly selections of beer. Skip the Bud, Sam, Miller, etc.
As a rule, look for beer from top tier craft breweries, limited releases, or highly rated rarities. We hope to always have selections from Treehouse, Alchemist, Lawson's, Trillium, Hill Farmstead and the like.
If you are unsure what beers and breweries constitute top tier please refer to https://www.beeradvocate.com/lists/top/
How much do I bring?
Our hope is to offer each person a 2 ounce pour of a shared beer, so a good rule of thumb is aim for a 6-pack / 4-pack / bomber or two / growler.
Have Extra? Bring that too, trading encouraged!