Ten10 Fest pairs bands with their own limited-edition beers this weekend


  • Diesta Gundacker
  • Fat Night
One of the linchpins of the Virginia Drive beer strip throws a party for itself this week with an all-day lineup of 10 bands. What’s really unique about this block party, though, is that Ten10 collaborated with some of the bands on the bill to create a limited-edition “Artist’s Ale” for them. Fat Night gets a “Sun Go Down Pale Ale” brewed with hibiscus for a striking pink color. Wrestling-metal spectacle American Party Machine flavored their “Red-y to Rumble Pale Ale” with whiskey-soaked oak spirals and Atomic Fireball cinnamon candy. And garage-pop queens Wet Nurse name their blueberry witbier “So Wit Goes” after their most recent album. This will be the only chance you get to try these beers while watching the bands that helped brew them, so get there early enough to try them all.

with Fat Night, Shak Nasti, Bask, American Party Machine, Wolf-Face, Wet Nurse and more | 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 7 | Ten10 Brewing, 1010 Virginia Drive | 407-930-8993 | ten10brewingcompany.com | $10-$30


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