Following the success of some sell-out Tate Modern Tap Takeover events, the series is coming to Cornwall with a series at Tate St Ives celebrating Cornish craft beer.
Kicking off on Thursday, June 28, with a collaboration with Harbour Brewing Co, the first Tate St Ives Sunset Tap Takeover will be on the Café Terrace.
Tate Tap Takeovers provide a fun and informal space for beer makers and beer lovers to enjoy the best of the UK’s brews, with tastings, talks and activities.
Tate has a long association with Harbour Brewing Co, and is therefore delighted to host the first ever Tate St Ives event with them.
Local DJs will keep guests entertained as the sun sets, while a selection of Harbour’s beers, including Ellensberg Session IPA, Unfiltered Helles and Antipodean IPA, will be in full flow.
Tickets are priced at £15 per person, which includes a flight of three Harbour beers, access to the terrace and the opportunity to explore Tate St Ives’ Modern Art and St Ives and Patrick Heron exhibitions, after the gallery has closed to the public.
Food will be courtesy of Cornish barbecue extraordinaire Mac’s BBQ, who will be creating dishes paired expertly with the beers on offer.
Tickets can be booked via www.tate.org.uk/whats-