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Tonight at Tap 42: Pinup Models, Cappuccino Stout Cupcakes and Beer for Lagunitas Sessions

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Once the circus has left town, what else is there to do? Attending the Lagunitas Sessions event by Lagunitas Brewing Company at Tap 42 tonight starting at 7 p.m.

Only thing is, there will not be any dancing bears or clowns on unicycles, but there will be pin-up models and Lola the Baker will provide Cafe Con Leche Cupcakes made with Lagunitas Cappuccino Stout, frosted with a cream cheese frosting and dusted with cinnamon and cocoa.

See Also: Riverside Market Celebrates 4/20 With Rare Lagunitas Waldo Keg Tapping

Aside from the four beers on tap, there will most likely be a bonus keg or two:

  • IPA, 6.2 percent alcohol by volume
  • Brown Shugga', an American strong ale rated at a 9.99 percent abv
  • Cappuccino Stout, an imperial stout rated at 9.20 percent abv
  • Lagunitas Sucks, an imperial IPA rated at 7.85 percent ABV

Cappuccino Stout is Lagunitas' latest seasonal release. The brewery receives high ratings by users from both BeerAdvocate and RateBeer. BeerAdvocate rates Lagunitas as a "world-class" brewery. The West Coast company recently expanded to the Midwest, where a brewery is projected to open in Chicago by this May.

According to Lagunitas South Florida sales representative Joe Reyes only 16 kegs of the company's seasonal brew are distributed in South Florida across a four-county region. The most common Lagunitas tap in South Florida is Lagunitas IPA. Other Lagunitas brews on tap are not very easy to find.

Models are not the only ones who will be dressing as pin-ups, women who attend are also encouraged to dress up too.

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