Wednesday January 15, 8:00 pm. Part reality TV, part contest, the game show has held a place in popular culture since World War II. Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader? If so, you need to come to game show trivia night or you will be in Jeopardy of a Family Feud. Free admission: The Price Is Right.
Beer of the Month: Clifford Porter 5.9%, Clifford Brewing Co. Clifford’s signature award winning beer is dark, robust and beautifully complex with flavours of chocolate and coffee, rich roasted malts, balanced bitterness and a subtle earthy aroma.
Good Tap: Vanilla Orchid Brown Ale 5%, Henderson Brewing The Good Tap is a monthly rotating tap feature curated by the Society of Beer Drinking Ladies. A perfect cool weather brew, the Ladies and Henderson Brewing bring us Vanilla Orchid Brown Ale, an English brown ale with vanilla rooibos tea. It’s earthy and spicy, with flavours of oatmeal raison cookies, cherry cola, a hint of vanilla and a balanced bitter finish Donations of $1 for every pint and $0.50 from every half pint will go directly to the Ladies charity of choice, the Canadian Women’s Foundation.
Wednesday November 20, 8:00 pm Walt Disney founded what is likely the largest cultural influencer of the past century. From Mickey to Simba and theme parks that are big enough to be seen from space, Disney has taken an oversized place in the collective imagination. Join us on the third Wednesday of November to test the memories of your inner child.
What is a cuvée? Originally a French wine term, cuvée is derived from the French word cuve which means vat or tank. Used frequently to describe wine and champagne, cuvée is becoming a common beer term too. A cuvée often denotes a specific blend or batch, alluding to a product of premium quality. Winemakers will produce regular blends of wine, reserving the term cuvée to refer to special blends or higher quality wines. A winery’s highest quality cuvées are referred to as reserve wines, and cuvées not selected for the first label are referred to as second wines, or second …
Emerald Bay and Gravely James Sunday, November 17, 7PM Emerald Bay is a Canadian Celtic Rock Band known for performing original songs inspired by the daily lives of Canadians, as well as current and historical events. They perform beautiful heart wrenching tunes, uplifting original sea shanties, and fun sing along songs that capture the ups and downs of life and love. Emerald Bay brings high energy and wicked harmonies that will have you dancing and singing along. Gravely James, or Chris Madronich, is a singer, songwriter and guitarist from the steel city of Hamilton and raised on the bays of …
Paragon Cause and Alonso, Saturday, November 23 at 9PM Gatineau/Ottawa band Paragon Cause is a musical duo that has taken an eclectic approach to their music influences, fusing disparate sounds including hip-hop, jazz piano, ‘80s synthesizers and ‘50s guitars to deliver their personal brand of atmospheric rock-tinged electronica. Hailing from southern Ontario, Marnie is a trained jazz singer, with a voice that effortlessly captures qualities both modern and timeless. Kirwan, a Cape Breton native, offers a perfect counterpoint to Marine’s influences by adding a little rock to the mix, urban percussive rhythms, shimmering ‘50s melodrama and gothic undertones. ALONSO The music …
Karma Citra 6.6%, Great Lakes Brewery A gold medal winner at the Canadian Brewing Awards, this West Coast style IPA has notes of lemon rind, tropical fruits and soft pine with a touch of honey. It’s deliciously bitter, yet delightfully smooth with a dry, resinous finish.
Vanilla Orchid Brown Ale, 5%, Henderson Brewing The Good Tap is a monthly rotating tap feature curated by the Society of Beer Drinking Ladies. A perfect cool weather brew, the Ladies and Henderson Brewing bring us Vanilla Orchid Brown Ale, an English brown ale with vanilla rooibos tea. It’s earthy and spicy, with flavours of oatmeal raison cookies, cherry cola, a hint of vanilla and a balanced bitter finish. Donations of $1 for every pint and $0.50 from every half pint will go directly to the Ladies charity of choice, the Canadian Women’s Foundation.
20th Century History Wednesday October 16, 8:00 pm, Free Admission Two decades into the current century we ask the rhetorical question: Does anyone still remember the world before the letter “i” was pasted at the front of our gadgets?. We’ll find out at our next trivia night.