Linglestown events attract crowds

Two events held during the last week in the village of Linglestown were big hits with local residents.

Linglestown Fire Company’s soup sale last Saturday was a perfect fit for a snowy and blustery day.

LFC_soup_Jan_13

Linglestown firefighters hard at work last Saturday cooking soup. (Photo by George Gallion.)

LFC_soup_Jan_13_02

Soup lovers turn out in force at fire company’s soup fundraiser. (Photo by George Gallion.)

And tonight’s tasting event with Linglestown’s very own microbrewery Millbock Brewing Company held at St. Thomas Roasters Coffee House attracted about 60 people.

The event was sponsored by the coffee house and Linglestown Gazette. By the way, it was great getting a chance to meet several Gazette readers at the event.

Millbock brewers Alan Miller (on left in blue shirt) and Alan de Bock (on right in blue shirt) discuss the finer points of microbrewing with Gazette readers.

Millbock brewers Alan Miller (on left in blue shirt) and Albert de Bock (on right in blue shirt) discuss the finer points of microbrewing with Gazette readers.

Leave a Reply