December 8th at 7 p.m.
$25 (and, if it's anything like the Garrett Oliver tasting, well worth the price)
December 21st at 8 p.m.
$5 (a bargain!)
WE Are “the Most Arrogant (bar) PUB in the United States of America” “The World” ! ! ! Of 47 bars competing across the U.S….. We sold Over 2,634 Pints of Arrogant Bastard Ale, Double Bastard, Oaked Bastard and Pale Ale in One Week ……. Greg Koch, founder of Stone Brewing Co. Called me Wednesday the 22nd at 8:00 pm to let me know…..what an Arrogant Bastard I was beating out His home ground, Brews of Grandville, OH……I have no idea how close anyone else was to our sales, and frankly I didn't give a CaCa at the time.Glad to have done my part (we killed off more than 3 growlers in about 5 days)!
Mark ('ll Bastard ) and I do not get a trip to San Diego as we thought. When I asked Greg what's up? He said he's not only an Arrogant Bastard, but a Cheap Bastard as well! We do get a Plaque and Bragging Rights for 365 days to Claim are Bastardship in the World !
Look for Dave Larsen's article w/ Jim Witmer's photos in “GO” this Friday….Pick up a copy, send it to a friend, Email it to someone in the World…Brag on Dayton, Ohio….south of Clayton/Englewood that something Cool is Happening NORTH of Downtown Dayton…..and We've just Begun…..
Special Koszonom Szepen's, to ALL of you ( you know who you are ) who “Showed your Support”, “Did your Part” and “Made a Difference in Dayton”……with-out all you Arrogant Bastard Lovers we could not be Arrogant Bastards.
We will have a Stone Brewery product on draught or Firkin (Cask Conditioned Ale) for the next 365 days. Buy all the 3ltr Bottles of Stone you can this year, re-fills will on the Cheap while we GO for the title Again, the next time around…..
Garrett Oliver discussing one of the samples (photo courtesy of Jim Witmer)Oliver ran through his brewing background, relating how his time in London left him craving real beer once he was back in the states. So, in 1989, he started brewing for the Manhattan Brewing Company. A few years later, he jumped over to Brooklyn Brewery, where he is now the brewmaster and VP.
Garrett Oliver with me (okay, it's not as great a pic as the one Jim took, but it was cool to have met Oliver personally)
Arrogant or What ????? ……We are in our 14th ½ barrel of Arrogant Bastard Ale and going Strong…..Thank you, Mike Schwartz from Belmont Party Supply…………Thank you, Dave Larsen…….Thank you, B-Man from WTUE…….Thank you, Jim Witmer……We are NOW filling any 3ltr Arrogant bottle for only $13.00 ……..Still…$2.00 pints…$2.00 Arrogant Glasses…….$7.00 Growler fills……$4.00 growlers..w/ $15.00 Growler “Comforters”…….3ltr Arrogant Bastards for $70.00….3ltr Double Bastards (10%) for $80.00…… REMEMBER !! REFILLS only $13.00 !!!! PLEASE…Help us Empty 11 more ½ barrels to Earn the “Most Arrogant Bar ( Pub ) in the United States”….. We have until Closing Thursday Night to make our Mark in this Arrogant World…….(we are accepting visiting growlers)………..We'll be seeing you Bastard Lovers tonight and tomorrow…..
NOV. 10 WINE TASTING AT THERAPY CAFE TO BENEFIT YOUNG WRITERS AT STIVERS FOR THE ARTS
Dayton, Ohio − The seedling Foundation, a nonprofit organization established to benefit Stivers School for the Arts, will sponsor a wine tasting from 6-8 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 10, at Therapy Cafe, 452 E. Third St. in downtown Dayton.
Tickets are $20 at the door and in advance and include four tastes of wine, hors d’oeuvres and music. In addition, 50 percent of the ticket cost is tax-deductible. Advance tickets are available at Therapy Cafe or by contacting Stivers’ creative writing department director Kristen Wicker at 937-542-7425 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All proceeds benefit Stivers School for the Arts’ creative writing department and will be used for such expenses as classroom technology, publishing costs of the school’s newspaper, workshop fees for visiting writers and field trip transportation.
“This event is a wonderful opportunity for people to support Stivers young writers while enjoying a relaxed evening and terrific wine and food,” Wicker said. “Our students really appreciate the variety of writing experiences the department is able to offer, which are funded in part through events such as this one.”
More than 200 seventh- through twelfth-grade students are enrolled in Stivers’ creative writing department. In addition to writing such genres as fiction, nonfiction and poetry, students also learn such skills as lyric writing and book making. Currently, several students are participating in National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo, in which they’re writing at least 1,800 words a day to complete a novel by the end of November. Creative writing students also write and publish Stivers’ newspaper, Tiger Times; national literary magazine, Our Time is Now; and yearbook.