The Knot New York Metro Weddings Magazine

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Half Full Brewery Founder and Chief Hoptimist: Conor Horrigan

“When couples buy local beers for their reception or rehearsal dinner, they’re not only helping to support the community’s agricultural growth, but also getting a drink that’s fresher, which is sure to be a hit with guests.” “Hoppy, citrusy beers are quintessentially southern “We’re big fans of partnering with food trucks to create unique, one-of-a-kind culinary experiences. Pro tip: Food trucks are often flexible with their menus, allowing you to create an especially personal, unique meal. Plus, you can pair dishes with any of our brews, from our peach wheat to our IPA.” “Couples should contact a brewery directly to discuss which beers will be available for their event. Oftentimes, the beer that’s available right now might not be around in a few months. If you’ve got a signature cocktail, clue the brewery in, too—they’ll be able to pick a beer to complement it, or they could even incorporate one into the drink.”

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