Friday, July 08, 2011

Hop-O and expanded kitchen hours tomorrow (Sat., July 9) at Bank Street Brewhouse.

We're expecting sunny weather tomorrow: Saturday (July 9th), come downtown for the City Wide arts celebrations, with shops, drinks, food and music.

For the city-wide arts walk, mural day and assorted downtown events, there'll be an encore appearance of NABC's Hop-O at Bank Street Brewhouse.

Jared's 2011 version, brewed with our house California Common yeast, is intended as a blast from New Albany’s illicit past; this Prohibition-era "cereal" beer was supposed to have been non-alcoholic, but the brewery got busted for an alcoholic content well into the three percentile range. This most infamous New Albany beverage is now revived, rejigged and notorious for entirely different reasons; it's session strength for a hot day at 3.5% abv.

Also, the Bank Street kitchen reports that it will be offering the new, expanded menu all day long without an afternoon break, from 12:00 Noon until 10:00 p.m.

I'll be at BSB with Leticia Bajuyo from 5:00 p.m. to discuss beer and brewing in New Albany, and her "All Bottled Up" installation. Josh Hill will have Rosa at Schmitt Furniture (also 5:00 p.m.) to dispense beer for the mural and music fete. It's going to be a long and fun day, and we hope to see you there.

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