All of that walking at the Wynwood Art Walk is bound to make you thirsty and hungry, but Gramps has got your back with beat-the-clock Duvel beer happy hour specials and complimentary Sparky's Roadside Barbecue.
The happy hour throws down at 6 p.m. beginning with $2 Duvel Single bottles, then going up to $3 an hour later, then $5 from 8 to 9 p.m. And of course the whole time you can chow down a little barbecue.
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Feel like dropping in? Drop an RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. The first 75 guests to walk through the door receive a free Duvel art glass. And everyone who receives a ticket gets their first Duvel beer on the house, then the happy hour begins.
Two-bucks for a delicious import ain't bad. It's cheaper than a Pabst, at least for an hour. Duvel has been in the local market for less than a year now, but it still demands your attention and you should give it. Duvel's inviting you for happy hour, how could you say no?
Duvel Single is the lighter golden ale from the Duvel Moortgat Brewery in the Belgium's Flanders region, where they speak Dutch.
The brewery became a major investor in Brewery Ommegang in Cooperstown, New York, buying it completely in 2003. The Belgian-style brewery is known for its fine line of craft beers such as Hennepin, Rare Vos, Three Philosophers and even limited-edition beers made for TV shows like Game of Thrones.
Duvel's taste comes from the complicated and specific brewing and re-fermentation process that takes more than three months to complete. Once brewed, the brew master and his staff taste each batch after approximately 30 days. At this stage the beer is called "single-fermented."
So once you're done with Art Walk and got a just a bit more than a bucks in your pocket, start your night at Gramps and have no shame as you start double-fisting beers.
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