This Sunday, April 26th Brother Jimmy’s in Union Square will be hosting the BEER OLYMPICS. The event consists of 3 Games: Beer Pong, Flip Cup, and Relays. Winners will be rewarded for their efforts, uniforms encouraged… possibly rewarded. Either watch or participate in the $20 all you can eat wings, rib tips and beer!
Spots are first come first serve for teams of 4, register your team by emailing email@example.com The Beer Olympics start promptly at 3, don’t be late.
Happy St. Patricks Day! No go get those beer goggles on an turn that 1 you’ve been staring at into a 10!
Being big on the outdoors we love to take our favorite brews on the road with us and sometimes it’s hard when the beer we want to take with us is something that we made in the shop. The good people over at the DrinkTanks have another great tool in their lineup we will be adding to our tool boxes when it comes out. The Juggernaut Growler and Personal Keg.
Beer Enthusiast Adam Rehberg has two passions in life, Beer and Gaming. He recently invented a board game that would help share his two passions with the masses. The game takes you through a journey of creating a fictitious craft brew from its infancy to having it distributed to the masses. Check out the video below for more info and if your feeling generous you can visit his kickstarter campaign and make a donation towards making Adam Rehbergs dream come true.
Rudy’s oh Rudy’s, you’ve saved us from waiting for the bus in the apocalyptic light show that is Times Square. Although your Times Square anxiety will be soothed once you walk into Rudy’s and order a blonde or amber house draft and sink your teeth into a free all beef hotdog. Yes FREE! For every beer ordered comes a dog on a bun, but don’t get greedy you’ll be called out for it. All the usual suspects in bottles and tap with an occasional craft brew as well as Rudy’s own Blonde Ale or Amber. We suggest trying it as its cheap, about $2 and treats you the same as those other big names. The place is sprinkled with aspiring actors, locals theater folk and well basically everyone under the sun and moon stop in here being that it is in the heart of tourist town. We stop in fairly often as you should too and enjoy a piece of Old New York. (Disclaimer: it’s changed a bit since Old New York but it’s still got its charm.)