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Issue 181

April 2018

Trivial Issues

Beer Of The Month | Featured Shows | Trivia Night

 

Beer Of The Month

Life In The Clouds Hazy IPA

60 IBU, 6.1%

Fall into the rich embrace of this New England style IPA. Simcoe and Mosaic hops balance each other to make this juicy IPA explosively fruit forward in both taste and aroma while curbing any unbearable sweetness to make an extremely drinkable beer. The huge mouth feel ensures all of your tastebuds are enveloped in a blanket of tropical bliss.

 

Featured Shows

Charlie McKittrick + Jamie Reaume

Split EP Release

Saturday April 21 at 9:00 PM, $10 suggested contribution

Two Hearts EP marks Charlie's debut release as a solo artist. While his songs are reflective and introspective there is a soothing strength in his vocals. Soft and serene one moment - powerful and soaring the next, Charlie McKittrick makes a deep musical impact.

Few artists can leave such an impression that you'll never forget the exact moment you first saw them. With a deep, silky voice Toronto based singer-songwriter / independent recording artist, Jamie Reaume is one of those rare finds.

 

Zoubi Arros + Owen Davies

Sunday April 29 at 7:00 PM, $10 in advance

What is a Zoubi? She is a quirky, quiet creature raised in the woods on Hornby Island, BC. In September 2017, her passion for music brought her to Toronto, Ontario where she is studying Independent Songwriting and Performance at Seneca College. A naturally magnetic performer, Zoubi plays finger-style guitar and engages with her audience emotionally while melding deep lyrics with simple, catchy melodies. Her folk-pop performance is reminiscent of Leslie Feist or Tegan and Sara. Off stage and on, Zoubi possesses an endearingly genuine creative spark which catches and holds your attention.

Owen Davies is a songwriter/bedroom producer based out of Toronto, ON. He records and performs his music with his friends and collaborators.

 

Trivia Night

30 Questions for 30 Years

Wednesday April 11 at 8 PM

Our first trivia night will pose a question for every year that C’est What has been open. Drop in and you’ll be able to time travel over a pint and a bite to eat. Fun, prizes, time travel - don’t miss it.

  

  

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