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4 More Food/Booze Events Going On This Weekend


TJ Miller, of Ranger Creek, will show off his award-winning spirits - RANGER CREEK BREWING & DISTILLING/FACEBOOK
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  • TJ Miller, of Ranger Creek, will show off his award-winning spirits

My bad, y'all. There is truly plenty to do this weekend in SA. 

Saturday, March 14: Ranger Creek will host a celebratory open house to show off their newly awarded .36 Single Barrel Texas Straight Bourbon Whiskey. Learn about the spirit (and the distillery's #WhiskeySelfie contest), mingle with head distiller TJ Miller, sample the lineup and part with fellow boozehounds. Snacks available for purchase via local food trucks. $8, 2-6pm, 4834 Whirlwind Drive, 775-2099,

Saturday, March 14: All four Big Hops Growler Station locations (Broadway, Huebner, Bulverde and the newly opened The Bridge) will celebrate the opening of the original location (just two years ago!) with rare tappings, specials and a very limited batch of two-year Anniversary 24-karat gold growlers. Prices vary, 3pm, multiple locations,

Saturday, March 14: The India Association hosts an evening at La Villita's Maverick Plaza with Indian dances, music, fashion, hand crafts and, best of all, Indian cuisine. Stop in for chicken kebab rolls, chicken biryani, samosas, chaat, dosas and more. Free admission, 2-8pm, 401 Villita Street, 442-9994, 

Sunday, March 15: Get to Dignowity Park for the first Dignowity HIll Farmers Market with free health screenings by Mobile Fit SA, fresh and affordable produce from local farmers, food demos and more. Free admission, 9am-2pm, 701 Nolan,

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