Beer isn't just for breakfast any more, nor is it only for professional sudsers peddling everything from artisan brewskis to industrial pisswater.
For four years now, Lake Worth's Havana Hideout has been showcasing the beers of the area's best amateur brewers, hosting spring and winter Brew-Offs at chef-owner Chrissy Benoit's charmingly funky little hangout bar and tiki-hut-by-the-sidewalk eatery.
This year's spring Brew-Off will take place Saturday, April 9, and
feature 20 local brewers--more than twice the number of last year--who
will be pouring free samples and competing for King of Suds crown. The
party begins at 4 p.m. and lasts until the beer or partiers' energy runs
One more change from last year's Brew-Off is that this
time, admission is free but there won't be any beer-friendly food
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specials. Chrissy says the logistical challenges were just too much,
though the Hideout's regular menu will be offered.
And one more thing, attendance will be limited to 100 thirsty brewheads so if you wanna get in, get there early.