Atlanta, GA

Mix-it-Up Midtown Live at Pour Taproom

Amy Cheribelle
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ATLANTA, GA — Join in networking series in Midtown neighborhood, Mix-It-Up, held in all-new Pour Taproom space on Thursday evening, July 22. This is a great opportunity to meet others who live and/or work in Midtown, connect with new acquaintances and catch up on current info and recent news happening in Midtown Atlanta.

Admissions start from $15 for Midtown Alliance Members and $25 for non-members. You'll be receiving complimentary hors d’oeuvres, soft drinks and one wine or beer. Mix-It-Up also offers on-the-spot tickets for $30, depending on their availability.

The total ticket purchase will be a hundred percent benefited to Midtown Assistance Center, a non-profit organization that aims to prevent homelessness and hunger by providing emergency assistance to low-income working residents across Atlanta during periods of crisis.

Visit the website for ticket purchasing and further information. Interested parties are encouraged to secure the tickets early, since The Pour Taproom is operating at a very limited capacity.

In accordance with CDC guidelines, the attendees will require to wear masks, although it will be optional for those who are fully vaccinated. The attendees will also be encouraged to take their personal health, as well as other guests, seriously manner by complying with all updated public health guidance.

Coming with a brand-new concept, Midtown Pour Taproom offers various selections of more than eighty different beers, wines and cocktails on their three-floor draft system to enjoy with. The visitors are presented with an experience where they can “play bartender", which enables them to sample their preferred beers or wine and pour them personally as little as one ounce to a full 16 oz.

Pour Taproom also partners with an award-winning restaurant, Mix’d Up Burgers to offer tasty burgers and bites.

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