Bright Light Brewing Company will bid farewell to 2021 with a 1970s-inspired New Years Eve party.
Tickets for the ’70s New Years event are limited; only 75 are available, and they’re going fast. The cost is $ 45 for individual tickets and $ 80 for couples.
The ticket includes a commemorative glass, a full meal, the first glass, a champagne toast and the chance to dance under the disco ball.
Due to COVID-19, BLBC did not host a New Year’s Eve party last year. BLBC greeted 2020 with a roaring 20s theme.
Trisha Grieve, a bartender who attended the party, said: “There were tons of fancy outfits, poker games, shiny jewelry – everyone did it all. Like this year, the Belmont has prepared the food.
This year, the dress code is cocktail attire but with a retro 70s twist. Guests can step out in flared stockings, go-go boots, halter tops and mini dresses, and a DJ will perform. funky music all night long.
Grieve has been with BLBC for just under four and a half years. She describes the brewery as a relaxed environment and a good local place to visit, even if you’re just passing through.
Grieve explained that it’s family-friendly and the people who come here often will just become your family.
She was very excited to have a DJ for the event.
“I’m looking forward to the DJ. We had one on Halloween, and people danced for hours on end. I love live music, but it’s good to change it up,” Grieve said.
Music isn’t the only thing she looks forward to, “I also look forward to the disco ball because who doesn’t love a good disco ball?”
The Belmont House is handling the event and will be offering a menu of chicken, green beans, black-eyed peas and mashed potatoes, as well as a vegetarian option and a small dessert.
BLBC will feature 15 guest beers, ciders and wine, as well as a complimentary champagne toast.
“It’s also great to see people buying tickets that have come to our previous New Years parties to buy tickets, something special to make friends and carry on a fun tradition; it’s also wonderful to have newcomers looking for something to enjoy, ”Grieve said.
BLBC is a nano-brewery startup in downtown Fayetteville specializing in craft beer and wine.
Located at 444 West Russell Street, Suite 102, BLBC renovated a gym by transforming it into a reception hall in November 2016.
They opened the doors of the brewery on April 21, 2017.
The business had grown so much in 2019 that they decided to open a brewery two blocks away. They started brewing on a three barrel, and now they’re at ten barrels.
BLBC hosts private parties, events for club members of cups, greetings and farewells in its brewery. The party will take place on December 31 at 7 p.m., and people can dance the night away until 1 a.m.