Harvest wit is back on tap this Thursday. Oh, and we also found another half barrel of You Got Lucky pale ale during our monthly inventory. $1 off all pints of both all weekend. Plus trivia Thursday at 7:30 pm, vinyl share Friday at 5 pm, and live music Saturday at 6 pm.
Come celebrate with these guys, Chris and Jim, as we release their porter, Paint It Black, on Friday, April 27, at 5 pm. Get $1 off of all full pours of this delicious beer from its launch on Friday through the rest of the weekend. We’ll also have a cask of Paint It Black with added cacao nibs and toasted coconut.
And don’t forget that the entry deadline for our second homebrew contest is coming up at the beginning of June. Have you brewed your entry yet?
We’re releasing our newest—and perhaps juiciest—double IPA on Thursday, April 19, starting at 5 pm. Coming in at 8.4%, this one has a great mix of mango, citrus, and tropical and stone fruit, with just a hint of piney, earthy, and floral notes. Come give it a try! Mug club members get $1 off their first pour all weekend.
This homebrewer and his buddy got to brew their porter with us a few weeks ago and we’ll be releasing their beer in the tap room soon. Now’s your chance!
We’re running our homebrew competition again, so fire up your kettles. We’ll accept entries during our regular business hours between Saturday, June 9, and Sunday, June 17.
Winners will be announced Saturday, July 14. For details and entry forms, go here.
We amped up our recipe for Deuce DIPA by substituting Citra lupulin powder for the late-boil and dry-hop additions. Come give it a try starting on Thursday, April 5, at 5 pm! Mug club members get $1 off their first pour of the new Deuce all weekend.
Was today’s snow the last of the season? We sure hope so. We also want to unload our inventory of Fairfield Craft Ales hoodies. So we’re reducing the price from $40 to $35. Limited sizes are available, so come in to the tap room before they’re gone!
We’ll be closed this Sunday for Easter, but open as usual Thursday through Saturday for trivia night Thursday, vinyl share Friday, and good times and growler fills all day Saturday. Make sure to stop by!
Celebrate St. Patrick’s day at 724 Honeyspot Road with $4 pints of stout all day. We have:
- Sweet Emotion sweet stout
- Hey Joe coffee stout
We also have live music all weekend. SuperNeutral plays Saturday night from 6-8:30 pm, and The Podunk Throwbacks make their FCA debut on Sunday from 2-5 pm.
Okay, okay, the music trivia was pretty specialized and maybe a little too tough. So this week we’re gonna change it up a little with more general-knowledge questions. This isn’t to say we’ll never have a music round again, but we were starting to have a hard time coming up with new questions that didn’t get too obscure. Come try this new format. We start at 7:30 pm on Thursday night.
You always have a 50/50 chance of being right in our new true/false round on music trivia night (Thursdays starting at 7:30 pm). How would you have done on last week’s round?
- Neil Young was born in Canada.
- The group America was formed in London, England.
- Diana Ross recorded “Someday We’ll Be Togther” without the other two Supremes.
- Freddie Mercury’s real name was Farrokh Bulsara.
- Elton John once married a woman in Sydney, Australia.
- Ed Sheeran wrote Justin Bieber’s hit song, “Love Yourself.”
- Britney Spears starred in a movie called “Crossroads.”
- Madonna’s “Like a Prayer” was a number one hit in 1989.
- Rihanna was born in Barbados in 1988.
- Bob Marley went through a painful illness after hurting his toe play soccer.
We’ll post answers later.