July 3rd, 2012 — 10:30am
That’s right people. Most of our locations will be open for Independence Day. So once you are all done BBQing, watching fireworks and being American come on Downtown for a cocktail and a French Dip. It will be well worth it. It’s the American thing to do!
Open for 4th of July:
Caña Rum Bar
Closed for the 4th of July:
July 2nd, 2012 — 4:32pm
“A beer in the hand is worth two in the case.” -Walter Breidenstein.
Get your hands on LA Craft Beer Crawl tickets now before they sell out! http://lacraftbeercrawl.com
July 2nd, 2012 — 3:48pm
This Tuesday July 3rd, we will be hosting the 2nd Annual Maker’s Mark 3rd of July Cornhole Championship, with free live music, BBQ Buffet, Maker’s Mark drink specials all-night-long, and prizes for the winners of the cornhole competition. Grab a friend and come start your Independence Day celebrations one day early!
Angus and I got to visit the Maker’s Mark Distillery last year, an unforgettable experience. Be sure to sip some Maker’s 46 as you savor your freedoms this year. Hopefully April Gallegos, Distillery Specialist, will be able to stop by!
The Beer Chicks wanted me to remind you of the upcoming L.A. Craft Beer Crawl, on August 18th. Tickets are going fast, so if you want to go, check this link:
Future San Diego Seven Grand Whiskey Society members, welcome to the family. I will be working with Mike and Tim as we start the San Diego branch, you can learn more about the Whiskey Society by hitting the link beneath my signature.
Memberships are $120 a year and allow you to bring a guest to any event. They can be purchased at the bar.
If you’re not a paid-up member, don’t worry, first one is on us.
We hope to see you. Happy Independence Day!
Pedro, sipping coffee. Keeping it real pre-noon style.
Spirit Guide, Seven Grand Whiskey Bar
Co- Curator, Seven Grand Whiskey Society
For more info on the Seven Grand Whiskey Society:
July 2nd, 2012 — 10:30am
Son Ark arrived in Los Angeles by way of Roanoke Virginia (which lays exactly between The Grand Ole Opry and Apollo Theatre) when they heard a rumor that Sam Philips was rebuilding Muscle Shoals on the west coast. Since then, son ark has been filling establishments across Los Angeles with their unmistakably unique brand of Americana roots rock and with lyrics that tell tales of bygone eras and heartbreaking love lost, son ark longingly reminds us of days gone by. The songs are not antiques, though. Influenced by the likes of Gillian Welch and David Rawlings, Patsy Cline, Andrew Bird, and Led Zeppelin, son ark tells their tales in a decidedly contemporary way. See for yourself. And try the pickle back. Trust me.
Dave Freeman – 213 Music Director