5 Ways To Get Your Freedom Drink/Grub On This Weekend

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Ice-cold spiked pink lemonade from Alchemy is just one way to get turnt. - COURTESY (ALCHEMY KOMBUCHA AND CULTURE/FACEBOOK)
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  • Ice-cold spiked pink lemonade from Alchemy is just one way to get turnt.


Friday, July 3: 
Looking for that free beer hook-up? The Banas Bros. Beer Co. is hosting a free beer tasting of their new brews at La Taza Coffee House. Beers on tap include "Hansel", their seasonal Saison, "Identity Crisis" English IPA, and their new inexplicably named Wee Heavy, "I'm going at skelp yer wee behind!" 
Free admission, 7pm, Friday, July 3, 15060 San Pedro Ave., (210) 494-8292




Saturday, July 4: It's never a good idea to party on an empty stomach. That's why Senor Veggie is hosting it's 2nd Annual Fourth of July Brunch. Keep from getting a barbecue overload and spice up your options, it is America, isn't it? 



Prices vary, 10am - 2pm, Saturday, July 4, 620 South Presa St., (210) 228-0073 

Saturday, July 4: The sun is going down and the Banging Liberty Bash at Alchemy Kombucha and Culture can manifest. With no cover charge and drink and beer specials, Alchemy is bringing the noise with a backyard barbecue party and a funky George Clinton tribute. Deals include Pink Lemonade (Gin, Pamplemousse, Peychauds, raspberry, lemon, grapefruit with Topo Chico and a hint of mint.) by the Pitcher and vegan alternative burgers. 

Free admission, 6pm - 2am, Saturday, July 4, 1123 N. Flores, (210) 320-1168

Saturday, July 4: GS 1221 Beer Garden is celebrating Independence day with the classical beer and barbecue pairing. All Independence Brewery beers will be $3 from open 'til close along with Blackstrap Smoked Meats on the patio. 

Prices vary, Noon-11pm, Saturday, July 4, 1221 Broadway St., (210) 251-3184

Saturday, July 4: "D'aqlarate" your independence this Saturday at The Brooklynite with daiquiri specials. The Independence bash is also doubling as a birthday bash for house bartender Hiliary Woodhouse, so the Brooklynite is pulling out the stops. The night will also feature DJ Steven Lee Moya and food from the Hot Box Food Truck. 

No cover charge, 9pm-2am, Saturday, July 4, 516 Brooklyn Ave., (210) 444-0707

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