5 Ways to Get Your Drink/Grub On This Week


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Friday, December 19: Branchline Brewing Co. takes over the taps at GS1221. Stop in, hear about their upcoming second anniversary party and mingle with other beer lovers for a chance to win passes to one of the party's three sessions. Prices vary, 4:30-7pm, 1221 Broadway, (210) 251-3184, facebook.com/BranchlineBrewing.

Saturday, December 20: Bonjour Biqui fashion takes over the Ame collective pop-up inside the Milam Building for last minute gift ideas, drinks and bites. Prices vary, 11am-9pm, 115 E Travis, facebook.com/bonjourbiqui.

Saturday, December 20: Missions Untapped gets in on the ugly sweater festivities with their own Christmas shindig. Wear your goofiest ensemble and get entered in a raffle for a fancy prize basket. Free admission, 6pm, 8123 Broadway, Ste B, (210) 320-0486, missionsuntapped.com.

Sunday, December 21: Share the beer love. Open The Taps will host a bottle share and a discussion on craft brews, and the ever-changing beer laws in the Lone Star State. A portion of the night's proceeds will benefit Open The Taps. Free admission, beer prices vary, 6-9pm, 8123 Broadway, Ste B, (210) 320-0486, missionsuntapped.com.

Tuesday, December 23: Cured will celebrate its first anniversary with 23 cent Cured cocktails, cans of Pearl beer and snacks during happy hour. Yes, you'll really only pay 23 cents per quail leg, fried oyster and fried chicken liver bites. This is basically the best news ever in life. 3-6pm, 306 Pearl Pkwy, Suite 101, (210) 314-3929, curedatpearl.com.

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