No block party this time around, but Toxic Brew Company will celebrate Dayton Brew Day’s fourth anniversary with a four-day party that bookends this weekend.
The bash begins this Thursday, March 23, at the brewery at 431 E. Fifth St. and runs through Sunday, March 26. This year’s Dayton Brew Day celebrates the fourth anniversary of brewing local beer in Dayton after a 52-year drought, according to Toxic Brew founder Shane Juhl.
There will be special prices on Toxic’s beers ($4 pints and snifters) throughout the event. And Sunday, March 26, will be customer appreciation day, with food provided starting at noon; $5 mimosas and bloody Marys will be available.
There is no admission charge or cover. For more information, keep an eye on the Toxic Brew Company Facebook page.