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A website called 24/7 Wall Street analyzed beer sales and found there are nine beers that have plummeted in sales since 2007. Here are the nine beers Americans don't seem to want to drink anymore . . .
1. Michelob Light, down 70%.
2. Budweiser Select, down 62%.
3. Milwaukee's Best, down 59%.
4. Miller Genuine Draft, down 56%.
5. Old Milwaukee, down 54%.
6. Milwaukee's Best Light, down 40%.
7. Heineken Light, down 37%.
8. BUDWEISER, down 29%.
9.Labatt Blue, down 28%.
Welcome to Houston Beer Week! 8 days of craft beer related events held all around town recognizing the local craft beer scene. There are many great craft breweries in the Houston area providing amazing beer. Please take time this week to attend one of the many events and raise a pint to the local brewers.
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Click here to find a full Houston Beer Week event calendar.
I will be hosting a Texian Brewing Co. Pint Night this Friday at Outlaw Dave’s Worldwide Headquarters. (6502 Washington Ave) Texian is a brand new brewery and will be pouring three of their beers. Please come out around 7p and come meet and try Houston’s newest brewery. No cover and free parking all night. We will have a ton of giveaways also.
Cheers to the local brewers that continue to brew great beer!
Craft beer and food were made to pair together and Savor-Houston will bring both together in an elegant event honoring Houston, our Veterans and celebrating Houston Beer Week!
Brought to you by 3rd Floor Houston and by Chris Spradley, host of Breweries, Bars and Beer Food and the resident Beer Ninja at 3rd Floor, Savor-Houston will bring six Houston breweries together with six local restaurants and chefs to provide guests with the ultimate in an exquisite beer and food experience!
Each brewery and owner along with each restaurant and chef will have stations around the room. Guests will have a chance to visit each at their own pace while sampling 3 beers from each brewery, including a select rare beer, along with a food pairing for a total of 18 pairings. Each guest will also receive a collectible Belgian snifter to enjoy the beer selections in (3oz pours of each beer).
Rare beers include a cask of Karbach’s Bourbon Barrel Aged Hellfighter, Saint Arnold’s Bishop Barrel 1, No Label’s Bourbon Barrel Elda M. Stout and others!
The event will be held on Veteran’s Day, Monday November 11th, at 3rd Floor Houston, a new craft bar in Midtown with exquisite design and an awesome view of downtown.
All proceeds will benefit Impact A Hero, a local charity helping local veterans in need.
Tickets are on sale now at http://houstonbeerweek.com/event/savor-houston/ and are limited!
Date: Monday, November 11, 2013, 7-10pm
Location: 3rd Floor, 2303 Smith Street, 77006.
Ticket price: $60 (includes collectible glass and complimentary valet parking)
Dress: Business/business casual attire. No shorts, flip flops or t-shirts.
Charity: All proceeds will be donated to Impact a Hero, a local Veterans charity helping our Houston veterans.
Participating Breweries (listed alphabetically): 8th Wonder Brewery, Buffalo Bayou Brewery, Karbach Brewing Company, No Label Brewing Company, Saint Arnold Brewing Company, Southern Star Brewing Company Participating
Restaurants/Chefs: Rockwell Tavern & Grill,-Tiffany Richie, El Big Bad-Chef Ben Rabbini, Eatsie Boys, Chef Ryan Savoie (Saint Arnold), Brews Brothers Galveston-Chef Troy Witherspoon, Crisp/Celtic Gardens-Chef Jared Estes.
Check out the Belgian snifter that comes with each ticket
KIM BASINGER appeared in a lot of commercials back in the '70s, but her BEST work came in a 1978 ad for a "beer-enriched shampoo." Yes, you heard that right.
It's amazing how brave and selfless some people can be when there's an emergency. And it's equally amazing how brave and STUPID other people can be.
A guy in Columbus, Georgia risked his life on Thursday, when he ran back into a burning building he'd just escaped from. But he didn't go back to rescue a person, or even a pet. He went back to grab several cans of BUD LIGHT from the fridge. And he and the beer made it out safely.
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