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Saucy Brew Works to host sports leagues at outdoor beer garden throughout summer

Events will include volleyball and cornhole leagues, as well as pub runs.

CLEVELAND — Editor's note: the video in the player above is from a previous story.

With the summer months approaching. Saucy Brew Works has announced that it will be hosting outdoor sports leagues and events in its outdoor beer garden -- the 'Vibe Garden' -- throughout the summer.

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Included in the festivities will be the following:

  • Volleyball leagues every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
  • A cornhole league every Sunday
  • Weekly Pub Runs with a designated coach on Tuesday evenings

All three of the leagues will be coordinated with assistance from Hermes Social and Sports and will be accompanied by the Saucy Summer Series featuring White Light. Additionally, Saucy Brew Works will host the following four tournaments throughout the summer:

  • May 29 - Volleyball Tournament in partnership with Paninis - Westlake
  • June 12 - Beer Mile
  • An upcoming Cornhole Tournament
  • August 7- The Summer Olympics, a collaboration with Twin Oast Brewing

Every Sunday from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. beginning on May 30, the Vibe Garden will host the Maker Town Market, which is described as "a new outdoor marketplace of handmade jewelry, home décor, gifts and goods." The events will come in collaboration with the Maker Town organization, which operates a mobile app aimed at helping residents and visitors find artists, product makers and galleries across the region.

“As we get into the warmer months and start to see some normalcy after the year we’ve all had, it’s great to see a full schedule of events including a weekly market come together for our community to take part in and enjoy,” said Shelby Nicholson, Marketing Manager at Saucy Brew Works. “These markets are not only a great leisure activity for locals, they are an essential tool for vendors to utilize to gain customers and get back some portion of sales lost due to lack of in-person opportunities.”

Those looking to register in any of the summer sports leagues can do so here.

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