Today’s Groupon gets you $30 worth of beer tasting, a pint of your favorite house beer, and a nifty T-shirt at Two Beers Brewing Co. for $15. Beer tasting will incorporate your hands, torso, and palate for a full-sensory tastezone.
In accordance with Two Beers Brewing Co.’s philosophy, beer connects people with other people and also connects people to the Earth because beer comes from the Earth. Celebrate your marriage to nature’s ichor with an array of tasty sips. You'll get acquainted with six of owner Joel VandenBrinks’s signature brews. From the year-round drafts, there’s the crisp, hoppy 20:20 Blonde Ale, the malty Echo IPA, the citrusy Immersion Amber, and the troublemaking Persnickety Pale Ale. As winter approaches, the seasonal espresso stout will soothe like a deep and rich coffee-scarf about your beer-gulping neck. Pick your favorite sip for a full-pint version.
Beer is a beverage worthy of the beer halls built out of indestructible aluminum alloys. Relaxing sips of cold, natural flavor runs down the tongue, effervesces in the throat, and makes the televising of professional football possible. Joel makes his brews out of deep-seated adoration of brew. This concentrated series of blind dates at the brothel of beers will leave you immediately nostalgic for those first new and exciting drops, when love pierced your heart anew. The T-shirt will remind you of the loves you had and will have again and buying this Groupon and going to Two Beers Brewing Co. Please visit TBBC’s website to schedule your beer tour: Mondays through Thursdays and Saturdays.
Yelpers give Two Beers Brewing Co. 4.5 stars:
- Not only are there [sic] beers just awesome (I loved the 20:20 blonde and the crooked wit), but the brewers were friendly and easy to talk to at the event. – Cathy S.
- Got the chance to try four of their beers and meet the brewers yesterday. I was really digging on what they had going on for such a young operation. – Evan B.
Recent evidence suggests that humans produced alcohol as early as 10,000 BC, and many ancient cultures have produced signature alcoholic beverages. Here's a guide to ancient drinking:
China, 5,000 BC: Alcohol was used in China to celebrate a variety of important events like births, conference championships, and the invention of gunpowder.
Egypt, 4,000 BC: Ancient Egyptians believed beer was the invention of Osiris, the god of slurring.
Northern Europe, 550 BC: Vikings drank mead, a honey alcohol made by crying bees. Vikings would frequently hurt those closest to them to produce the saddest bees.
Macedonia, 330 BC: Alexander the Great was known for his drunkenness, though he preferred to be known as "The Inventor Of Smiling."
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