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Ale Industries Celebrates 9th Anniversary With Aerialist Performances In Brewery

March 01 2018
March 01 2018

Ale Industries is proud to open our doors for a once a year celebration. Step into the brewery as we transform our 6,000-square foot industrial space into an incredible nightlife experience.

We've been brewing beer for almost 9 years now and it's time we celebrated!

Watch as aerialists perform death-defying feats of flexibility and grace, hanging 30 feet in the air from silks. Professional sound and lighting create an other-worldly ambiance right in the middle of our full-production brewery.

This is our 3rd time producing this show and it's always a blast! We've had a huge turnout in years past and expect the same this year. You don't want to miss out on this "Cirque Du Soleil style" show at Ale Industries complete with stage lighting, belly dancers, and live DJ. 

Lupita's Organics will be providing food for the evening with their awesome authentic tamales!

Cara Coy, Bramani Quinn, Nicole Maria and Black Box!

Cara Coy

Cara Coy's name comes from the Portuguese word caracóis, which means snail. She has been training on aerial silks for over 6 years and this is her third year performing at Ale's "Oakland Circus," an event that has become an annual tradition since she reached out to them three years ago to inquire if they would host an aerial show. She produces "Grounded in Sky" a Works in Progress Storytelling Event that combines ground and aerial performances by women. Follow her on Instagram as CaraCoysh. For bookings, email [email protected].

Bramani Quinn

A late bloomer by most standards, Bramani didn’t begin as an aerial student until age 23 when she moved to the Bay Area about 6 years ago.  She was a quick study and began teaching only two years later.  She valued the positive impact she had on her students so much that in April of this year she left her previous occupation as a forensic scientist to pursue teaching and performance in circus, belly dance, and fire eating as a full time career.

Nicole Maria


Instagram: @nicolemariadance

Nicole Maria is a bellydance teacher, choreographer, soloist and performer based out of Oakland, California. She has been studying, teaching, and performing contemporary and traditional forms of Middle Eastern dance since 2009. She performs and teaches regularly throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.


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