Hop House 13 has announced it will host a street festival on Dublin’s Fade Street on Sunday, 11 August in celebration of the communities “that help make our communities tick.”
In collaboration with the creative thinkers and doers of Fade Street, the beer brand will be hosting Neighbourhoods, a day long event which will be curated by local artists, musicians, chefs, business owners and publicans.
Unique and individual free events will take place throughout the day with the street also being closed to traffic for the occasion.
In the lead up, collaborators are being asked to create bespoke experiences designed to showcase their individual talents.
Peter Simpson, the creator and brewer of Hop House 13 said: “Creativity is key in brewing so supporting similar communities who strive to make great things makes sense. We’re looking forward to celebrating with the Fade Street community in August.”
Experiences on the day will include music from Sim Simma, Telephones and Tiny Choons DJs, live on-street murals and a bike exhibition from Rothar in collaboration with Epoch design.
Also featuring is an exhibition by the Art of Ping Pong at Hen’s Teeth, an on-street record fair from R.A.G.E and a delicious menu of Chinese food served up by leading chef Kwangi Chan from barbecue specialists DUCK.
The local pubs and restaurants: Hogan’s, L’Gueuleton, No Name Bar, Fade Street Social, Idle Wild and the Market Bar will host special music and food events throughout the day with the food events featuring bespoke menus complimenting Hop House 13’s hoppy flavour.