Second and Green Tavern: Go to Key West in Winston-Salem

On June 17, Second and Green Tavern will be holding a special gala with proceeds going to OUT at the Movies Int’l LGBT Film Fest & The North Star LGBT Center. The gala is promising a night of delicious food, drinks, fun & live entertainment. Some of the night’s performers include Aurora Carlisle, Shofonda Jade-Addams, Andrea (Chocolate) Carlilse, Paisley Parque, Petite Dee Jonville and male dancers. The event will be from 7 pm until 11 pm. Tickets are available at a variety of levels ranging from $10 admission to $300 for VIP tables with premium drinks included. There will be
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Tapped into Craft Libations and Victuals: Lazy Bird Brown Ale from Birdsong Brewing Company

Tapped into Craft Libations and Victuals: Lazy Bird Brown Ale from Birdsong Brewing Company From Tim: We had this beer on The Less Desirables recently, and we also had Birdsong in the studio for an upcoming episode of Sipping NC: The Art of Drinking podcast. The guys at Birdsong know how to brew good beer. Even my least favorite of their brews were in the 4.0 out of 5 range. That’s pretty good. By far, my favorite beer from them was the Lazy Bird Brown Ale. Lazy Bird is drinkable no matter the season and no matter the weather. Tasting
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Tapped into Craft Libations and Victuals: New Belgium’s Dayblazer Easygoing Ale

New Belgium’s Dayblazer Easygoing Ale From Tim: Ever since New Belgium opened shop in Asheville, they’ve been flooding the market here in the Triad with one great brew after the other. This week, we’re doing something a bit out of the norm for New Belgium, and well, me, too. The Dayblazer Easygoing Ale is New Belgium’s answer to light beer. It has a light golden color that looks like a wheat field flowing in the distance. The taste is very light but surprisingly flavorful. You get hints of wheat, malt, hops and oddly enough, honey. It really is a near-perfect
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Tapped into Craft Libations and Victuals: Brüeprint Brewing

Brüeprint Brewing From Tim: Brüeprint Brewing Company was formed in 2012 in Apex, NC. Eric Wagner, a water treatment engineer, had a passion for cooking and decided to combine this passion and his engineering knowledge and create Apex’s first craft brewery. Coming from that background enables him to understand the science behind a good beer and he takes his knowledge of cooking to create unique flavors and styles. We have had the Pale Brüe Eyes Pale Ale on The Less Desirables and thought it was a decent brew (or brüe). On one of my other podcasts, The Beer Dads (www.thebeerdadspodcast.com)
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