Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Lauter Tun Events

From their email...


Just a quick rundown of future events…

We have our grand opening next Saturday the 10th of December, which means we plan on having some good parties all week long!

Tonight is a homebrew club meeting/competition hosted by The Railroaders. It is free to enter, free to judge, and of course I encourage you to try The Lauter Tun beers as comparisons to the homebrew entries. The event starts at 6:00 p.m.

We have all kinds of music and beer releases in the next few weeks. This Friday we have BANJO LOCO at 8:00 p.m. This group is incredible and a must see. Two musicians (largely of rock and metal backgrounds) playing bass and 6-string banjos to songs like the Beverly Hillbillies Theme, to Metallica, to Devil Went Down to Georgia and more. It is a blast.

Saturday is still in the works but we should have a Jazz/Funk Duet or Trio starting at 8:00 p.m.

Sunday we are hosting Service Industry Night (and football), as anyone who does anything service related will get discounts. Most restaurants and bars in the area close early and we would love to stay open Sunday evenings to serve those who serve us.

Next week is the big one…

Wednesday we have The Spicy Gomez Duet a 7:00 p.m. Steve Gomez on a stick bass and Stan Harper on Sax.

Thursday we have a Velvet Rooster release party with Tallgrass Brewing Co. Velvet Rooster is a really nice Belgian Tripel and has an even cooler name. Come down at 8:00 p.m. for great Tallgrass Specials and give aways!

Friday we have a jazz/blues trio playing and are releasing a beer we have been sitting on for a little while. Boulevard Smokestack Series Harvest Wheat Dance will be on draft.

And best for last…

Saturday (Grand Opening) we will have live music from the Mark Irvin Trio and will be tapping not one, but TWO Barrel Aged Nebraska Brewing Co. Beers. Black Betty (Whisky Barrel Aged) AND Apricot Au Poivre Saison (Chardonnay Barrel Aged). We are, to my knowledge, the only bars in the area, the Midwest, the country, maybe the world, that has these beers on tap! So come down and support your local beer bar, your local brewer, and local music!

Thank you all so much for your time, and we can’t wait to see you out at The Lauter Tun soon.

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