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Reminder and More Details on the 2nd Anniversary Party

As you should know by now the MikeLovesBeer.com 2nd Anniversary Party at the Coffee District is this Saturday.  You should also know that there is a free raffle to win a ticket to the next beer class at the Boynton Beach Total Wine store.  But I am here to announce some details on what brews to expect there.  On Saturday Chung will be throwing on two kegs of Dogfish Head goodness as Festina Peche and 90 Minute IPA will all hit the taps.  Also if you are still feeling Irish, Cigar City’s Patio Tools dry Irish stout will be on tap as well.

Then to add to these awesome drafts there are some awesome new bottles in that include Brooklyn Sorachi Ace, Southern Tier Mohka, Rogue John John Gin Barrel, Rogue Double Mocha and much more.

Also a really special treat will be there for those with a sweet tooth as my friend Kate brings Black and Tan brownies.  I will give you a moment to let you clean up after your slobbering.  Sounds good right?

So remember it’s this Saturday at the Coffee District in Delray Beach from 6 pm until whenever we can’t go anymore.  I hope to see you out there.

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2 Comments

  • Reply Phil (the ferm)

    Also if you have anything you would like to “pop” and celebrate this joyess event with, Chung has given the green light to bring things that are not available for sale in the local area. So that bottle you just brought back from a trip to California, New York, etc. can come with you to share with the crowd.

    Please keep in mind that if you do bring something to share to remember to tip the staff at the end of the night. Chung and his staff have not requested a “corkage fee”, that said please don’t forget to take care of those that are taking care of us all.

    I look forward to this event! See you all there!

    June 15, 2010 at 10:04 am
  • Reply Scott-TheBrewClub

    Sounds like a great time Mike. I’ll be there in spirit!

    June 16, 2010 at 8:18 am
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