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Bright Light Brewing Company will be saying farewell to 2021 with a retro 1970s inspired New Year's Eve party.
Tickets for the '70s New Year's Eve event are limited; only 75 are available, and they are going fast. The cost is $45 for individual tickets and $80 for couples.
The ticket includes a commemorative glass, a full catered meal, the first drink, a champagne toast and the chance to dance under the disco ball.
Because of COVID-19, BLBC did not have a New Years' Eve party last year. BLBC welcomed 2020 in with a roaring '20s theme.
Trisha Grieve, a bartender who attended the party, said, "There were tons of fancy outfits, poker games, shining jewelry – everyone went all out. Like this year, the Belmont catered the food."
This year the dress code is cocktail attire but with a retro '70's twist. Guests can break out bell-bottoms, go-go boots, halter tops and mini dresses, and a DJ will be providing funky music all night.
Grieve has worked at BLBC for just under four and a half years. She describes the brewery as a relaxed environment and a good local spot to visit, even if you're just passing through.
Grieve explained that it is family-friendly, and the people who come here often will just become your family.
She was most excited about having a DJ for the event.
"I am looking forward to the DJ We had one on Halloween, and people just danced for hours. I love the live music, but it's nice to switch it up," Grieve said
The music isn't the only thing she is looking forward to, "I am also looking forward to the disco ball because who doesn't love a good disco ball?"
The Belmont House is catering the event and will offer a menu of chicken, green beans, black-eyed peas and mashed potatoes, and a vegetarian option and a small dessert.
BLBC will have 15 beers on offer and guest ciders and wine, along with a complimentary champagne toast.
"It's also great to see individuals buy tickets who have come to our previous New Years' parties buy tickets, something special about making friends and continuing a fun tradition; it's also wonderful to have newcomers just looking for something to enjoy," Grieve said.
BLBC is a startup nano-brewery in downtown Fayetteville in craft beer and wine.
Located at 444 West Russell St., Suite 102, BLBC remodeled a gym turning it into a taproom in November of 2016.
They opened the doors to the brewery on April 21, 2017.
The company had grown so much by 2019 they decided to open a brewhouse two blocks away. They began brewing on a three-barrel, and now they are at a ten-barrel.
BLBC hosts private parties, mug club member events, Hail and Farewells at their brewhouse. The party will take place on December 31 at 7 p.m., and folks can boogie on down all night until 1 a.m.