Beer under the stars

Central City Brewers spills details of partnership with Theatre Under the Stars.

Central City Brewers + Distillers has announced their support of the arts in British Columbia with a new multi-year partnership with Vancouver’s Theatre Under the Stars in Stanley Park’s historic Malkin Bowl.

As the official beer, cider and hard iced tea sponsor, Red Racer beer, Hopping Mad Cider and Betty’s Hard Iced Tea will be available exclusively at all Theatre Under the Stars events.

“Theatre Under the Stars has been entertaining fans for more than 70 years and it is our privilege to be the official beer, cider and hard iced tea sponsor for all their theatrical productions,” says Tim Barnes, Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Central City Brewers + Distillers. “They have an awesome lineup this year and we look forward to helping them entertain the crowds at the historic Stanley Park Malkin Bowl.”

Theatre Under the Stars is celebrating its 70th season as the Lower Mainland’s premiere outdoor summer theatre company, delighting generations of locals and tourists alike under the stars in the outdoor setting of historic Malkin Bowl in Stanley Park. Their mission is to entertain through popular musical theatre and provide vibrant opportunities for developing theatre artists. This season will feature productions such as Disney’s Beauty and the Beast & West Side Story delivered by more than 300 volunteers from the community.

“We’re excited to partner with Central City and tap into their impressive selection of products for our audiences,” said Travis Pangburn, Director of Productions for Theatre Under the Stars. “They are one of BC’s premiere breweries and a great company that supports the arts. We are proud to have them on board.”

For more information on Theatre Under the Stars, visit www.tuts.ca. To learn more about central city and the products being served visit www.centralcitybrewing.com

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