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Ticket sales benefit the nonprofit MoRE: Motivational Recovery Environments

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Promotional value expires Mar 14, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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  • $29 for admission to the Leprechaun St. Patty’s Day Brawl Crawl for up to two ($60 value)
  • $55 for admission to the Leprechaun St. Patty’s Day Brawl Crawl for up to four (up to $120 value)
  • $75 for admission to the Leprechaun St. Patty’s Day Brawl Crawl for up to six (up to $180 value)

On Saturday, March 14, revelers wear green, pick some clovers, and knock back beers in Huntington’s most happening pubs during this St. Patrick’s Day bar crawl. Proceeds benefit MoRE: Motivational Recovery Environments, a non-profit dedicated to creating family-friendly summer camp experiences for juvenile cancer patients and their families.

Pilsner: And the Brewmaster Said, “Let it be Light”

Beer is the world’s third most popular drink, but it wasn’t always known for its bubbly personality. Take a swig from Groupon’s study of how pilsner tapped a new taste.

Clear, golden beer. The concept may seem pedestrian today, but when the first pilsner was unveiled to the townspeople of what is now Pilsen, Czech Republic, in 1842, it looked like an entirely different drink from the dark lagers that had been popularized in nearby Bavaria. Brewmaster Josef Groll produced the beer The Oxford Companion to Beer describes as “malty, hoppy, and bittersweet” through experiments at the Burgher Brewery with cold fermentation, soft water, and a sweet, pale barley that brews without cloudiness. It’s no coincidence that, shortly after the beer’s unveiling, beer drinkers began to swap their traditional opaque drinking vessels for glassware that showed off the brew’s golden hue and bubble-rich texture.

Today, the beer style is so popular that in the mid-2000s the German Beer Institute estimated that 9 out of 10 beers consumed were pilsners or made in a related style. Although the pilsner is the model for many of the mass-produced golden lagers that dominate the market, it’s still possible to find versions that adhere closely to the original, revelatory recipe. Although the Burgher Brewery has changed hands, buildings, and machinery over the years, the very same beer made popular in 1842 can be enjoyed today under the Pilsner Urquell name. The brewery still produces small batches using 19th-century methods as a taste control, ensuring current production methods live up to the same standards as Groll’s original beverage.

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