Local Relic at the Carter Payne

Local Relic at the Carter Payne is proud to honor the Pikes Peak Arts Council (PPAC) with a gallery show featuring the work of photographer, visual artist,  and PPAC board member, Brian Tryon. Fellow PPAC member Chis O’Shea will be on hand spinning vinyl from his Needle Drop Club with a selection of famous hits from the Motown Collection (5:30 – 8:30 pm).

The Needle Drop Club has regular listening parties at The Cellar at Carter Payne/Local Relic Brewing located on the lower level that are free and open to the public. Ask for details.


Explore the ‘consumable art’ of craft beer at Local Relic from 4-10 p.m. every First Friday. The tasting room in the historic Carter-Payne Chapel offers a convivial atmosphere for great music, a rotating cast of pop-up restaurants, and intentionally esoteric beers that knock your socks off every time.


Built in 1897, the Carter-Payne Chapel was originally an African Methodist Episcopal church. Always intended to be a community gathering place, today it is a multi-concept space shared by Local Relic, a brewery producing 200 unique beers per year; Sao Paulo Springs, by Chef Jady Agard, serving authentic Brazilian street food; and Immerse Cuisine, by Chef Brent Beavers, serving innovative Colorado cuisine.

Pictured: Pikes Peak Arts Council 50th anniversary promotional graphic