Tom Bone Jenkins will be playing acoustic guitar and singing songs from his vast catalog at the exquisite Pine Island Brewing Company in Pine Island, NY on Sunday, November 13th, 1:30PM to 4:30PM. Don’t miss this very special show held at an amazing space with fantastic craft beer.
Covers, originals, blues, vintage country, classic pop, folk, early Rock N Roll, traditional, American Songbook, postpunk, dementia, Americana, psychedelia and more!
Great music, great beer and great people in an extraordinarily fertile environment surrounded by organic agricultural beauty. This is as good as it gets, folks. Indie music legend Tom Bone Jenkins playing solo acoustic music at Pine Island Brewery.
Pine Island Brewery has a beautiful outdoor space that overlooks the black dirt region of Pine Island. Enjoy the scenic views, a fire pit, hop garden, horse shoes, cornhole, and of course, great beer!
The Brewery is located in Pine Island’s old neighborhood firehouse and has become the inviting home of the brewery. Featuring all of the beloved brewing equipment, craft beer lovers can come and view the process that goes into creating such crisp, unique, and delectable recipes. Reflective of its inimitable owner, Pine Island Brewing offers distinct and delicious craft beer to its diverse and eclectic patrons. Cozy up at the rustic barn wood bar as the owner and his wife welcome visitors every weekend, offering a friendly environment where people from all walks of life can find common ground over enjoying great brews. That’s what PIB loves to do: welcome unique people for a fresh and memorable beer, made by hand using traditional methods and the highest quality ingredients. The indoor/outdoor space offers it supporters games and scenic views of the black dirt region famous in the tourist-attracting Warwick, NY area. Partnering with local business, PIB extends the familiar and gracious welcoming persona that pervades the Warwick area and invites you to stop in, meet the owner, and try out the newest hot spot in town for a cold one.
Oh, by the way, feel free to bring some of your favorite snacks, board games, or whatever else tickles your fancy. Kids and dogs are welcome too!