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Pour Some Brews and Stay (Mostly) Frost Free This Weekend

So by now you may or may not be a billionaire. If you are, yay you. If you’re not, join us for a beer, a waffle and a slice of pizza, won’t you?

Beer at the ready. Photo courtesy Community Keg House Facebook page

Beer at the ready. Photo courtesy Community Keg House Facebook page

Friday, January 15

Community Keg House Opens

Community Keg House, a new taproom of sorts, will hold their grand opening this weekend. At Community Keg House, patrons, with the help of “taptenders,” pour their own beers from an extensive line up of brews. The choices fall into four thematic zones, each offering four taps. The focus here is on education- there will be a lot of information on each beer along with assistance in how to perfect your pour. Selections this weekend will include Insight Sunken City, Bauhaus Tallander, Able Seedhouse First Light and Sociable Cider Werks Freewheeler.

Saturday, January 16

Frost Free Market

The Northeast Farmers Market will hold its third Frost Free Market at Solar Arts by Chowgirls. They’ll be serving up bowls of Indian Vegetarian Curry or Quinoa Breakfast Porridge along with mimosas, beer from Indeed Brewing and cocktails featuring Norsemen Distillery spirits. Chef Kate Moore will run a cooking demo and DJs The Ring Toss Twins will provide the entertainment. There will be activities and games for the little ones too. Vendors will include Lone Grazer Creamery, Whistler Classic Soda, NoCoast Pie Co., and many more.

Because who likes frostbite? Photo courtesy Northeast Farmers Market

Because who likes frostbite? Photo courtesy Northeast Farmers Market

Sunday, January 17

The pig kids are at it again

Pig Ate My Pizza and Indeed Brewing Company are throwing what they are calling an all-you-can-eat-and-drink "beer dinner" meets "pig party". The menu will be specifically crafted to compliment and integrate the 16 brews on hand, like burrata inspired by LSD or Stir Crazy Ice Cream float.

Tickets include all you can drink brews and all you can eat pizzas and small plates, plus a commemorative glass to keep.

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