HeifetzBach Kolsch Release Party

HeifetzBach Kolsch Release Party


March 15, 2017 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Three Notch’d Brewing Company

520 2nd St. SE

Join us for a special mid-week release of our collaboration with Heifetz International Music Institute, HeifetzBach Kolsch. This light, easy drinking spring seasonal pairs perfectly with the sweet sounds of Bach, which representatives from Heifetz will be playing from 5-7pm in the taproom.

We’ll have specials on this special brew during the music.

“Heifetz Bach” Kolsch
ABV: 5.7 IBU: 25

This crisp, refreshing German light ale was brewed in honor of Johann Sebastian Bach’s Birthday, (March 31st), and in collaboration with Heifetz International Music Institute and Shenandoah Hops, both of Staunton, VA. This easy-drinking beer has a subtle, soft fruity nose coming from the special Kolsch yeast used, balanced by a floral, spice-like aroma and flavor coming from Sterling hops.

About The Heifetz International Music Institute
Founded 20 years ago in 1996, The Heifetz International Music Institute is held on the campus of Mary Baldwin College located in Staunton, Va., for six weeks each summer. The Institute is highly selective, as hundreds of the most brilliant and deserving young string players (violin, viola, and cello) from all over the globe apply to the Institute for only 80 openings. In 2015, students from 12 countries and throughout the U.S. were admitted to the Institute for studies with world-renowned faculty, participation in the Institute’s “Celebrity Series,” “Stars of Tomorrow” “Heifetz Hootenannies,” and other festival performances, instruction in the Institute’s signature Heifetz Performance and Communication Training©, featuring classes in Voice, Public Speaking, Drama, Wellness, Movement, and Freedom of Expression, in addition to intense private lessons and chamber music coaching. In 2012, the Institute formed a partnership with Mary Baldwin College and moved to Staunton, VA. Heifetz On Tour, the Institute’s National Program of Outreach and Career Development, consists of year-round concerts and residencies throughout the country, forming partnerships with school systems and cultural institutions in both major cites and rural areas, including the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and the Jamestown, RI Arts Center. For more information visit www.heifetzinstitute.org.

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