A ping pong tournament will be going down in the Flying Man taproom. Come out to the brewery to assert your dominance as the premier ping pong player on the planet!
-Sign up begins in the taproom at 1:00pm and the games kick off at 2:00pm
-$10 per person(single player tourney) and receive a complimentary pint of your favorite Flying Man beer upon signup.
-Game play to 11 points/single elimination.
-16 player tournament, so get here early to secure your spot.
-Prizes awarded to the winners!
-Players must be present to sign up.
See you there, good luck and cheers!!!!
Join Texas Land Conservancy as we bring the Austin community together to shed light on the importance of land conservation for the health of our water systems. We will be donating $1 for every beer sold during the event to TLC while supporting their mission to protect the land, water, and wildlife of Texas. So come on out, bring all your friends, and support Texas land with an ice cold beer!
What does beer have to do with land conservation?
Private land conservation plays an important role in making sure that everyone can use the water that flows through our state for drinking, recreation…and yes, beer! Access to clean water is a basic human right, and many of our great Texas rivers are threatened by pollution and over-use. Since there is water in beer, it’s not just your drinking water that’s threatened—your beer is, too.
Yoga instructor Jackie Cawthon will lead an hour of tranquil yoga at the Flying Man Brewery.
Check her out on social media here: (www.facebook.com/yogaandmimosasyay) (@thegirlwiththecarrottattoo)
$15 prepay online or $20 at the door will get you a spot in the class and a complimentary pint of your favorite Flying Man beer at the conclusion of the session!
“Namaste at the bar” t-shirts will be on sale along with Flying Man swag. Plus delicious food and beer/mead cocktails will be available for purchase after class!
Bring your yoga mat and a smile, and we’ll take care of the rest!
Namaste and Cheers!!!
Uncle Billy’s is hosting a party to spread the word about it’s crowdfunding campaign to expand its operations. The event will feature a Saturday Music showcase by Jamie Thomas, hosting multiple artists playing live music from 1:00 to 6:00 p.m. There will be raffles between sets with great prizes. Enjoy slow smoked Texas BBQ, craft beer and craft cocktails all on the sprawling patio in the heart of Austin.
Where: Uncle Billy’s Brewery & Smokehouse, 1530 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704
Visit invest.unclebillys.com to learn more about investment opportunities with Uncle Billy’s.
We’ve got lots to celebrate this Memorial Day Weekend, including the release of our summer seasonal beer. Fanny Pack Kölsch is a crisp, German summer beer with uncompromising style. One bodacious brewski, each sip evokes that sweet snap of your plastic fanny pack buckle. Paired with the righteous flavors of Pinch Boil’s Viet-Cajun crawfish, you’re sure to have an awesome Saturday.
We’ll also be celebrating the newest change to our taproom: Beers To Go! We’ll be running discounts on all 6-packs, cases and kegs to go. Be the coolest person at that Memorial Day party you’re headed to.
The crawfish: $14.95 per platter! Each platter includes ~1.5LBs of garlic butter crawfish as well as sausage, corn & potato!
Sustainable Food Center invites you to join us for our 11th Annual Farm to Plate benefit on Wednesday, May 9th from 7pm-9:30pm at Barr Mansion, with a VIP hour from 6pm-7pm.
Farm to Plate is a sip and stroll event featuring bites from some of Austin’s best chefs, as well as local beer, wine, cocktails, live music, and a silent auction. Farm to Plate takes place on the beautiful grounds of Barr Mansion, the nation’s first certified organic event venue, and food and drinks highlight seasonal, sustainably grown, locally sourced ingredients from area farmers.
All proceeds from Farm to Plate benefit our programs that increase access to healthy, affordable food for everyone in Central Texas. Join us in celebrating the bounty of spring in Central Texas – buy your tickets or table today!
The Austin Gorilla Ball is a costumed, beer tasting, live music, food, FUNdraising PARTY at Thirsty Planet Brewing Company benefiting Mountain Gorilla Conservation Fund.
* The tasting room is not available yet, but production is. This is your chance to come check out the new brewery!
* At least 15 beers will be served, including the usual Thirsty Planet brews in addition to many unique beers not out on the market – only available at The Gorilla Ball!
* One-off, small batches just for the event
FOOD & FUN!
* Costume party & contest – get your gorilla or banana suits (all costumes welcome)
* 2 great local bands & a DJ
* Fundraising activities for Mountain Gorilla Conservation Fund
Come and join us at Uncle Billy’s Smokehouse & Brewery in Austin for a demo of our 4 Electric Fat-Tired Bikes models, get $1 off your pint, and have an all-around good time! Don’t miss a chance to demo the hottest new brand in electric bikes!
If you want to be seen, stable, and safe, choose a FattE-Bike! Why a fat tire electric bike? Well, in the world of electric bikes the fatter the tire the more visible, safe and stable the rider. Plus the look and ride are just awesome!! Fat Tire Electric Bikes allow for greater traction and stability on all surfaces and in all weather. This truly is your go anywhere, anytime bike!
With patio weather in full force, Craftsman is encouraging guests to get outside and grill, chill and drink beer for a great cause. Head to the East Austin bungalow bar on Saturday, April 14th from 2pm-4pm for a patio party featuring $7 beer, burger and chip combos with $1 from every combo purchased donated directly to The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Oskar Blues Brewery Austin is turning one year-old Saturday. To celebrate they’ve put together a stellar psych-rock bill featuring The Bright Light Social Hour with support from Abram Shook and The Halfways. Fans can win tickets by tagging 365 Things Austin’s Instagram account and a friend you’d like to take to the show. A second chance to win a pair of tickets comes in the form of reposting this story and tagging us on Facebook and Twitter. Contest runs through noon on Saturday. If you would rather just purchase advance tickets, here’s the link. RSVP via Facebook here.
Four new beers will be available in the tap room only meaning you can’t run out to HEB and grab a sixer. These are Texas-only offerings. There will be a Brewhouse specialty lager, gin barrel-aged Mama’s Lil Yella Pils, the introduction of an imperial red ale and a beer called Spinner. Food from Gobble Gobble and Hecho en Queso (4-11pm) will be available for purchase. Fans will also have the opportunity to pick up a custom, live screen-printed shirt from Fine Southern Gentlemen.
All that good food and drink is great but the reason you want to party with Oskar Blues Brewery is the great slate of Austin bands performing. The Bright Light Social Hour (TBLSH) has two full-length records out and a third on the way according to tour manager Katie Marschner. Their blues-rock debut featured a few local hits including, “Detroit,” “Back and Forth” and the unforgettable “Shanty.” The band shifted gears with their next full-length, heading in a decidedly psychedelic direction with “Space is the Place.”
TBLSH recently performed at Solstice Festival earlier this year with Built to Spill, JJ Grey and Mofro, CAPYAC and Radio Moscow among others. We overheard musicians backstage talking about TBLSH. They were impressed. They’d also forgotten how good the quartet led by Curtis Roush’s blazing guitar. Jack O’Brien (bass), Joe Mirasole (drums) and Edward Braillif (keys) is.
Supporting acts, The Halfways and Abram Shook represent a different take on psych rock than TBLSH but no less enjoyable. The Halfways ethereal sound is both haunting and lush, like a dreamy sonic landscape punctuated by a standard setup that included an eerie organ on one of their new tracks co-founder Daniel Fernandez sent us. They call it psych-noir. We call it trip-out tunes that are perfect to chill out to after a long day at work. The quintet also features Mohawk Austin Marketing Director, Taylor Catherine on bass.
We first caught the unconventional Abram Shook at The Parish on Sixth street several years ago. Vocal effects and songwriting produce a sound akin to Walker Lukens’ vocal gymnastics but with a psych bent. Think songwriter with a predilection for weird sounds.
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