The Okanagan Comedy Festival featured Canadian comedians from across the country over Aug 21 to 25. (Jordyn Thomson-Western News)

Craft Beer Work wraps up with Laughs and Draughts at Craft Corner Kitchen

Tin Whistle Brewing takes over the taps and comedy night starts at 8 p.m. tomorrow night.

By Brennan Phillips

Western News Staff

Craft Beer Week in Penticton is coming to a close, and the Craft Corner Kitchen, Tin Whistle Brewing, and Comedy on the Verge are celebrating with a Saturday night of Laughs and Draughts.

“I’m excited about what this town has to offer when it comes to craft breweries,” said Jon Cote, the owner and head chef of Craft Corner Kitchen. “To be part of the whole thing is an honour.”

Tin Whistle Brewing is taking over the taps of the Craft Corner Kitchen, and pouring the special collaboration brew made by the seven local craft breweries. Craft Corner Kitchen is also offering an early diners special on show night for $15 beer, burger, and fries.

Read More: Comedians bring the laughs to Penticton at Okanagan Comedy Festival

Andrew Verge of Comedy on the Verge will be hosting the Laughs and Draughts. Efthemios Nasiopoulos is the headliner for the night’s show. Taz McNally and Zawer Sulaiman are also featured on stage, with the performances beginning at 8 p.m.

“Andrew seems pretty excited about [Nasipoulos] being here, which is great,” said Cote. “That tells me he should be an extremely funny guy.”

The Craft Corner Kitchen is no stranger to comedy, with the Okanagan Comedy Festival the latest on their stage back in August.

Tickets for the Laughs and Drafts show are $15 and available from Eventbrite.ca.

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