Food, live music, Uncategorized

Homegrown LIVE: Joseph Carroll

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Welcome Home Joseph

Our own Florence homegrown musician is coming home for the weekend!!!

We are so excited to share his homecoming with a fun event at the pub. Joesph will be playing LIVE on Saturday, November 9th from 6pm to 9pm.

WE RECOMMEND RESERVATIONS!!!!

Call the pub to save your seat. 541-997-4886

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Causes, Food

Keg for a Cause

This is a fundraiser for the Arc Families Connection of Florence. They are a non profit agency that helps parents who are raising a child with an intellectual and developmental disability.

ALL SALES FROM DEPOE BAY KEGS WILL BE DONATED TO THIS AMAZING CAUSE. We will post which kegs we will be bringing in, so stay tuned. We are not sure how long the kegs will last, so come in early in the month.

Funds will help pay for the Second Annual Holiday Tree of Joy Party for Florence families. This is a sensory safe environment that will include a dinner, presents for the kids, arts. The overall goal is to bring families together outside of their homes to enjoy fun, community event.

Shout out to our brew friends, Charlie, Jerome, Clary from Depoe Bay Brewing for helping us raise funds for this local charity. Depoe Bay has been a great supporter of our pub, WE ARE SO GRATEFUL for your partnership.

 

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Food

Huge Announcement

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Hello Friends!

In the eve of our one-year ownership at Homegrown, we have an announcement to share.

It is time to share with our hometown what is “BREWING” at Homegrown Public House.

YES.

We can confirm all the chatter regarding the local brewpub.

We have cleared out space for the new brewery at Homegrown!

This will be community-driven project.

We have funding for the first leg of this project. We are so excited. We have been working for at least 5 months getting all the details ready.

🌻 WE WANT THE COMMUNITY TO BE INVOLVED 🌻

Everyone who loves beer in our community will now have the opportunity to not only drink this AMAZING brew but will also have a hand in this project.

We are so thrilled to finally confirm with the public today. Our goal is to grow our workforce at Homegrown, and bring the community what it desires.

This was one of the main goals of purchasing the pub last year. The plans have really just fallen into place as we begin this journey. We want to celebrate with our hometown this life changing news. This is going to enhance our community, celebrate hometown pride and begin new hometown traditions.

Homegrown Family Session

We Personally Invite You

Monday September 23rd @6:30, our public house will open the doors for a community meeting. 294 Laurel Street, Florence. 

 

Find out this evening, what is ALL THE BUZZ at Homegrown.

You will be able to support the local brewery in a few different ways. Our entire brew team will be at the event. Talk to the project coordinators, our brewer will be at the event to answer all your questions.

We encourage ANY LOCAL BREWERS to come to this event. This is a great opportunity to network and talk about beer.
We will be offering VIP BREW CREW memberships and much more. All swag will be available, also you will be able to participate in a community survey about what kind of beer you want to see on tap. We want to learn more about the community wants and needs of your own local brew pub.

First edition brewery swag will go on sale at this community meeting. Start sporting your new local brew pub around town.

VIP BREW CREW MEMBERS WILL have a special announcement that night. We are excited to unveil our first BREW. Brew crew will have first dibs on tasting this new brew. More details to be released at the meeting.

Homegrown Catering will be showcased, all evening we will be running our happy hour drink specials. Our favorite bartenders will be on staff and our resident award winning musician, Denny Weaver will be jamming.

We hope to see you all in celebration at Homegrown Public House. This will be a night to remember.

Cheers!

Scott and Elaine McMillan

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