This Week in Beer: Dec. 23 – 29, 2013

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We frequently get updates for our This Week in Beer post after our
regular 9:00 am publishing time. Any edited listing will have UPDATE
at the beginning of the listing.

Monday, December 23rd – 1/3 off Craft beer bottles at Moerlein Lager

Monday, December 23rd – Half Liter of Weizen $3 at Hofbräuhaus Newport
Part of their 12 Days of Christmas promotion

Monday, December 23rd – Beer of the Day Special at Rock Bottom Brewery
Beer of the day is $3.25 all day.

Monday, December 23rd from 4:00-7:30 pm – Craft Beer Night at Market

Monday, December 23rd from 8:00 pm to close – Pint Night at Incline
Public House

Tuesday, December 24th – Christmas Eve

Christmas Beer

Wednesday, December 25th – MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!

Thursday, December 26th from 4:00 pm to close – Take Home the Glass
Night at Taste of Belgium Short Vine

Thursday, December 26th at 6:00-10:00 pm – Pint Night Thursdays at
Cock & Bull (all three locations)
The beers for this week’s Pint Night Thursdays are: Main Strasse
Covington – Rivertown Winter, Glendale – Breckenridge Avalanche and
Hyde Park – Rivertown Winter.

Thursday, December 26th at 6:00 pm – Firkin Tapping at Rock Bottom

Thursday, December 26th at 7:00 pm – Monthly Tapping at Hofbräuhaus
This month’s beer is their Bergbock.

Friday, December 27th – $7 Growler Fills at Moerlein Lager House

Friday, December 27th at 5:30 pm – Beer and Wine Tasting at
Everything’s d’ Vine
$10 per person to taste five beers and four wines. $5 to taste just
beer or just wine.

Saturday, December 28th from 5:00-8:00pm – Beer Tasting at Ludlow
The cost to taste four beers is $6.00 per person.

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taking up a pen," it is more than usually desirable that we should  
make some
slight provision for the poor and destitute, who suffer greatly at the
present time Many thousands are in want of common necessaries; hundreds of
thousands are in want of common comforts, sir."
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"The Treadmill and the Poor Law are in full vigor, then?" said Hilliard.
"Both very busy, sir."
"Oh! I was afraid, from what you had said at first, that something had
occurred to stop them in their useful course," said Hilliard. "I'm  
very glad to hear of it."

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