The Happening and Trucks by the Tracks

Trim Tab Brewing’s The Happening event has come and gone once again. On September 24, the brewery held one of their most beloved and talked about celebrations. This is where local art, aerial dancers, fire spinning, yoga and craft beer all come together for a good time.

Creativity inspires The Happening each time the event is held. No event is exactly like the last. Different artists and innovative thinkers are asked to put up booths and show off their work to those who stop by. Local artist, Rob Clifton, gave the crowd a chance to get their hands dirty with his interactive canvas painting.

Live music and food trucks keep you full, allowing you the chance to take in all the activities around you (dancing included), because you can be sure there is plenty to see. For those beer connoisseurs, Trim Tab always does a great job of filling (and refilling) your cup.

Flavors of beer change as the seasons do, so you can be sure you’ll never find yourself bored. On the menu this week was their Tart Rye Saison along with their most popular go-tos, including their IPA and Raspberry Berliner Weisse. Each week they tap a new keg of a different flavor.

Another event that has come and gone too soon was the Trucks by the Tracks at Railroad Park. This 5th annual food truck festival had 30 food trucks serving up some of Birmingham’s most delicious curbside gourmet and four live bands to keep the whole park grooving. Along with Good People beer to keep you hydrated, a signature cocktail was prepared exclusively for the event.

If you missed last week’s food trucks, you still have a chance to get your fill at Hop City Birmingham’s Hop-n-Roll food truck rally. Celebrating its four-year anniversary, Hop City is bringing the food and fun to one place. This establishment with over 60 taps is a home brewer’s dream.

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