Press Release | March 28, 2016
Wallace, ID – Breath, stretch, sweat, drink. That’s at least the cadence of Wallace Brewing Company’s Orehouse Tasting Room the 2nd Tuesday of every month as it hosts yoga.
Partnering with Emma Stayduhar from Cornerstone Yoga, Wallace Brewing is hosting a monthly Yoga Flow class that’s open to all experience levels. Emma brings an extraordinary degree of joy to the class that’s already set in what most would consider their “happy place,” a brewery. After class wraps up, participants get a fresh pint of their favorite Wallace Brewing beer, or for those not wanting to commit to just one brew, they can mix it up with two 8oz glasses or 4 samplers. Additional details on the program are below.
Brewery Yoga Quick Facts:
- Location: Orehouse Tasting Room, 610 Bank St., Wallace, ID 83873
- Time: 2nd Tuesday of the Month, 5:30-6:30pm PT
- Beer: Available after class; 8 Wallace Brewing taps
- Cost: $10 (includes class and beer)
- Open to all experience levels
- Please bring mat if you have one, otherwise loaners are available
- Wear comfortable clothes
- Must be 21+ to attend
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About Wallace Brewing Company:
Wallace Brewing Company opened its brewery and Orehouse Tasting Room in January 2009. It calls 610 Bank St. in historic Wallace, Idaho home, a small town in the Silver Valley on I-90 made famous for its mining heritage, unfortunate role in the 1910 fire, and it’s ever popular presence of bordellos until a raid in 1991. American Brewers Guild graduate and resident Brewmaster, Jack Johnson has led production of Wallace Brewing’s award winning ales and lagers since October 1, 2011. Playing on the abundant history throughout the mountainside town, Wallace Brewing takes pride in producing beer of historic proportion.
More information about Wallace Brewing Company can be found at WallaceBrewing.com; facebook.com/wallacebrewing and following @wallacebrewing on Instagram and Twitter.
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