Sept. 17-20 Printer’s Park
Event Info
09/17/2020 – 09/20/2020
5:00-10:00 Thurs, 4:00-10:00pm Fri, 1:00-10:00pm Sat, 2:00-8:00pm

If the weather permits and you feel like drinking on-site, our Printer's Park will be open Thursday 5-10 Friday 4-10, Saturday 1-10, and Sunday CLOSED FOR CONSTRUCTION. “Printer’s Park” is a spacious outdoor area available for you to get some fresh beer, H2O, and sunshine.

THURSDAY Sept 17, 5-10PM (no food on-site, BYOF)

FRIDAY Sept 18, 5-9PM (Me Lumpia Long Time)

SATURDAY Sept 19, 1-9PM (Blue Nomad Grill LLC)

Live Music by Josh Purgason at 6


>>Life’s a picnic

We encourage you to bring your own food on-site or you can enjoy food on-site as scheduled above!

>>Ain’t no shame in the mask game.

We could shame your beer choice but we definitely won’t shame your mask wearin’ choice.

>>Bathroom breaks

There’s no Taproom entry with the exception of the restrooms. We’re allowing two Printer’s Park Guests at any given time to access Restrooms. You’ll have to wait outside if a line forms.
Restrooms will be sanitized but keep in mind it’s at your own comfort level.

>>Keeping it distant

We have visual guides of 6ft as indicated by Green Ribbon. We’re cool with a small group of your closest peeps as long as you practice social distancing of 6ft and no more than a group of 10 per 500sqft.

>>Circle of beer friends

If you’re reading this welcome letter, that must mean you miss us! Or you miss our beer or both. You are welcome to bring your own blanket, chair, maybe an umbrella for shade. Again, be mindful of that 6ft social distancing rule. It’s an important guideline at Printer’s Park.

>>Takin’ it home

Place any growler, bottle, or can orders under the pavilion.
Keep your tab open and order your beer-ta-go home at the end of your Printer’s Park visit. We hate to be party poopers but Growlers, Bottles, and Cans must not be opened and/or consumed during your Printer’s Park visit. For real though.
That also includes any outside alcohol.

>>Relax, drink Printer’s beer, and enjoy some sun at PAMCo’s Printer’s Park. Cheers!