Five Wits Brewing Company Presents The Pickleball Project

  • Thursday, February 8, 2024

Five Wits Brewing Company announces the opening of its indoor pickleball court at 1501 Long St. in the Southside. Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in the country and has more than 4.8 million people playing regularly.

“The best part about pickleball is that it’s social and can be enjoyed at any skill level," said Mike Monen, co-owner fo Five Wits Brewing Company. "Anyone can play and have a great time. We have a huge love for both racquet sports and live music so it was a no-brainer that we would combine the two.” 

The new pickleball court resides inside the popular music venue, Barrelhouse Ballroom, and will be available to rent by the hour starting Thursday. Court reservations are $20 per hour and can be made at www.fivewitsbrewing.com. All proceeds from pickleball court reservations will go to the Five Wits Brewing Company’s new local live music fund called “The Pickleball Project” which will host free outdoor concerts featuring local musicians on the Long Street patio starting this spring. 

Five Wits Brewing Company serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in the taproom seven days a week. 

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