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Gordash Beer Sampling, NFL Sausage Sunday, and More This Week at World of Beer

World of Beer is blowing up this week. There's tons going on at the always-busy Coconut Creek watering hole, enough to keep you occupied almost every day of the week.

The happenings start tonight at 7 when local brewer Bob Gordash, owner of Gordash Beer Co., will stop in to sample his latest beer, Panic Attack. This spicy, 10 percent Belgian ale with Golding hops

and aggressive yeast will be sampled freely, while Gordash and the

World of Beer crew talk shop and hand out free glassware and T-shirts.

Sekond Nature Duo will also perform live on stage starting at 7 p.m.


of Beer also has a pretty nifty Sunday lined up for football fans. The

beer bar will host an NFL Football Pool where fantasy gurus can place

their picks. Winners will get giveaways like branded hoodies, hats, and

T-shirts, plus the best prize of all: free beer. Also free: a spread of

hot dogs and brats courtesy of 160 Degrees next door, from 1 to 4 p.m.

Free food, football, and brews? There's a new sports spot in town.

As far as brews go, here's what's new at WoB this week:

New bottles

Southern Tier Pumking

Tommyknocker Golden Saison

Blue Moon Harvest Moon

Flying Dog Dogtoberfest Mairzen

Coney Island Freaktoberfest

New drafts

Great Divide Rumble

Dogfish Head Pumkinhead

Southern Tier Java

Ommegang Rare Vos

Weyerbacher Lima

World of Beer
4437 Lyons Road, Ste. E-101, Coconut Creek

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John Linn

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