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Amnesia Solstice Sendoff

Noon-10 pm., Saturday December 21 | $10, includes a commemorative glass and five drink tickets. $1 additional tickets.
Amnesia Brewing Company
832 N Beech St.
 
You’re going to need the beer. Somehow it’s not actually winter until this day. Which, given the current lazy state of the mercury, is depressing as hell. It means it’s getting even colder. Also? As winter rolls in, Amnesia Brewing will be rolling out, to Washougal, Wash., exclusively. (One of their brewers, A. Rob Lutz, will be taking over the space and brewing a beer called Stormbreaker.) Beers from Double Mountain, Burnside, 10 Barrel and craploads more will be there. The event is a benefit for the cancer treatment of Brewpublic’s Angelo De Ieso II—so at least something, hopefully, gets better today.


Where: Amnesia Brewing Company
Phone: 503-281-7708
Address: 832 N Beech St.
Website: http://www.amnesiabrews.com/

 
 
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