4 Ways to Get Your Drink/Grub on This Week



Saturday, January 17: The San Antonio Cerveceros will kick off the year with a course on cleaning techniques, regiments and cleaning supplies. In "Keeping it Clean," you'll learn how to keep your brews from turning south using 5 Star Cleaning supplies. The group will also be tapping into their Ales for ALS beer, brewed last August. Free, noon, Busted Sandal Brewing Company, 7114 Oaklawn, sanantoniocerveceros.org.

Sunday, January 18: Support the regional Barman's Fund, a group which donates money to different groups based on certain shifts. Stop by Esquire Tavern for Barman's Brunch, with dishes like salmon eggs Benedict, pancakes with foie gras and blackberry maple syrup and a ham and pimento Monte Cristo sandwich. $1 from every cocktail will go toward the fun. Free admission, 11am-6pm, 155 E Commerce, (210) 222-2521, facebook.com/EsquireTavern

Monday, January 19: Work off that San Antonio Cocktail Conference hangover with visits to this winter's participating Restaurant Week eateries. The week-long celebration put on by Culinaria, a non-profit that benefits students in the culinary field, kicks off with more than 50 eateries across town including Feast, Cured, La Frite, Arcade, featuring two price tiers. Visit culinaria.org for more details. 

Monday, January 19: Feeling sluggish? Need a beer break and some serious flow? Mobile Om will set up shop inside Alamo Beer Company for Tap That Asana. Get your vinyasa on and enjoy a post-yoga brew. $20 before January 18, $25 at the door, 7-9pm, 415 Burnet, tickets available here

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