Booze News: All-You-Can-Drink at Oh! Yeah, The Bruery at Zhujingban, Boxing Cat Closed (for Now)
Thirsty? Wet your whistle with?Booze News, our wrap-up of the week's best bar deals, parties, drink concoctions, industry gossip, and more.
One of our favorite?brewery newbies?of the past year, Oh! Year Brewing快3开奖结果查询, launches an ongoing free-flow beer for RMB 100 deal every Sunday to Tuesday, 8pm-midnight. The massive Guomao-adjacent brewery has over eight brews on tap, including?a pilsner, white, Fruitopia, Silk Road Porter, OYPA, and an IPA as well as decent menu of American bar food staples and wood-fired pizzas.
Zhujingban welcome their latest brewery takeover
Andingmen's Zhujingban has just welcomed their latest brewery takeover participant: California's The Bruery. Best known for their?experimental ales brewed with unique ingredients such as coriander, bitter orange peel, and lavender?The Bruery's range also pack a punch, averaging between 13-19.5 percent ABV?for their strong bourbon aged ales. Drop by over the next two months to sip on various bottles and pours.
This weekend, join Imbeer and Beer Animal for a two-day craft beer festival in Galaxy Soho's new JD-run?Seven Fun快3开奖结果查询 space. The event, which runs 2-10pm on Saturday and Sunday, will be attended by 30 breweries, including the likes of Sunmai from Taiwan, Loong Brew from Xuzhou, and Beijing's very own Oh Yeah. There'll also have various beer-related goodies for sale. Entrance costs?RMB 128 per day or RMB 198 for two. Read more about what to expect .
Boxing Cat closed for renovations
Boxing Cat快3开奖结果查询 in Xinyuanli's Shang building is closed for renovations until further notice. Work started on Dec 27 and management have announced that they expect it to take two to three weeks before officially resuming business. Watch this space for updates as they come in.
Conquering Dry January
Finally, because we're proponents of moderation, if you're feeling low after the madness that was NYE and are looking to reassess your relationship with alcohol,?NPR's may be a good place to start. Happy drinking (or not), Beijingers!
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