Printer’s Ale Manufacturing Company hosts “Sip and Paint Party”on Sunday, Feb. 5 from 2-5 p.m, where they will be brewing craft beers while guests attend an art workshop.
Brittany Jackson, owner of Brushstrokes with Britt, brings a unique painting experience to breweries and wine bars in the western Atlanta area. She will be at Printer’s Ale located at 940 Columbia Drive in Carrollton, Ga for a painting party. For $40, guests will get a seat to paint a vibrant sunset wine glass on a 10×20 canvas and a free craft beer. Painters of all levels of experience are welcome.
“We all sit together, and I walk you through step by step,” said Brittany. “I paint or I walk around and help you paint.”
Printer’s Ale is a family owned business originating back to the 1800s. It began as a company printing record labels. In 1982, the business expanded to Carrollton, Ga. to service multiple record companies. They are still a printing company to this day while operating a 20 barrel system production brewery and taproom keeping at least 16 different craft beers on tap at all times.
Everything is brewed in-house. Non-alcoholic beverages such as seltzer waters, craft root beer and cream soda are also served for those who may choose not to consume alcohol.
“Everyone is welcome to come,” said Brittany. “You will paint and drink your way through a Sunday afternoon.”
Extra space will be set up for kids and adults to play games inside and outside. Rivera’s BBQ food truck will be serving Texas-style BBQ with slow-smoked meats that brings a taste of Texas right to the local community.
“We have everything from giant Jenga, Jumanji and cornhole,” said Jessica Wasson, the marketing director for Printer’s Ale. “There will be picnic tables and plenty of space for the kids to run around. Guests can bring their own food or order through the food truck.”
The room will be set up around 1 p.m. and guests are free to come in early to grab a drink and a seat. Brittany will offer step-by-step instructions to create a masterpiece and provide all the supplies needed to do so. Printer’s Ale’s paint party will bring a unique painting experience for any skill set and all materials will be provided to the attendees.
“It’s a pretty relaxing and fun environment,” said Jessica. “It’s a great place to be on a Sunday.”
Jackson provides more painting classes at different Carrollton locations that can be found on her website brushstrokeswithbritt.com.