Beer Fit For Barbecue at Angelo & Maxie's Tonight

Months after it first kicked off, Angelo & Maxie's Thursday night craft beer tasting hosted by Fresh Beer Inc.'s Chris Montelius is still going strong. And tonight's holiday-centric entry should be particularly fun. Everybody knows that beer and barbecue go together like Schlitz and a hangover. Shoot - you're not really cooking if you don't have a pair of grill tongs in one hand and a cold beer in the other. But what beer you choose to do your grilling with... now that's a question that demands field study. Well, join Montelius and crew from 7 to 9 tonight for a sampling of some festive Summer brews that will make your Fourth of July really sparkle. For $20 a head you'll get to try the following: Dogfish Head Festina Peche,

Dogfish Head Indian Brown Ale, Stone Levitation, Dale's Pale Ale, and some samplings from Boulder, Saranac, Narragansett, Virgin Islands Brewing, and Florida's own Native Brewing. Plus, you'll get to nosh on appetizers like all-you-can-eat chicken wings. Sounds like someone's going to be prepared come Saturday. RSVP here.

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Angelo and Maxie's Steakhouse

3000 Florida Ave.,

Coconut Grove

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