Basketball fans, don’t miss the Milo’s Mad about Birmingham block party, March 17


Milos 102 Basketball fans, don't miss the Milo's Mad about Birmingham block party, March 17
Milo’s Mad about Birmingham event is on March 17. (Sabrina Palmer / Bham Now)

Calling all college basketball fans—get your bracket ready and come party on March 17th with Milo’s Tea Company and more Magic City favorites at the Milo’s Mad About Birmingham block party. Keep reading for the deets.

Mad About Birmingham 🏀

Milos 100 Basketball fans, don't miss the Milo's Mad about Birmingham block party, March 17
We can’t wait! (Sabrina Palmer / Bham Now)

Milo’s Tea Company is hosting a block party for college basketball fans with live music, tea samples, games, prizes and more. What better way to spend a Friday afternoon?

Enjoy food, drink and shopping from local favorites including:

  • Alabama Peanut Company
  • Cahaba Brewing
  • Ghost Train Brewing
  • Food trucks, artists and more

Milo’s Tea is a Birmingham classic

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The best there is. (Randal Crow / Milo’s Tea Company)

Milo’s Mad About Birmingham attendees will get to sample different teas and lemonades from Milo’s Tea Company, from the classics to the newer flavors. If you’ve never tried their products (first of all, you’re missing out), this event is a must.

Originated and brewed in Birmingham for more than 77 years, Milo’s Tea is a fan favorite in the Magic City and all throughout the country. A Southern staple, it is made with only a few simple, 100% natural ingredients and no preservatives. If you’re a tea drinker like me, you know Milo’s is top tier, and the closest thing to homemade you can get.

P.S. there are new fruit flavors like a raspberry sweet tea that I could drink the whole bottle of in one sitting. See where they’re sold.

“Milo’s is available in over 40,000 retail locations in America, but it all started over 77 years ago here in Birmingham and our headquarters are still here today. We take as much pride in our hometown as we do our just-like-homemade teas and lemonades.

As Birmingham, and Milo’s, continues to grow and thrive, we’re excited to help amplify how welcoming and innovative our community really is.”

Tricia Wallwork, CEO and Chair of Milo’s Tea Company and granddaughter of founder Milo Carlton

Don’t miss this fun Milo’s Mad About Birmingham at CityWalk on Friday, March 17th. We’ll see you there!

Callie Puryear
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