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Free Red Stripe Lager Tonight at The Awarehouse in Wynwood

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Wednesday, Wednesday, Wednesday, some people think of her as the little gothic girl from the Addams Family. Others call her "hump day." But in the living heat of Summer in Miami, this Wednesday means free beer, er lager, Red Stripe to be exact.

It also means you have to RSVP to this "private RSVP only event" if you want to partake in the free drinks and live musical stylings of Terry Lynn, Johan Hugo, and additional DJ set by Wildlife. Click here to RSVP.

The party is promoted by The Fader magazine which encourages you to "dance and drink responsibly."

Well, here's an idea for Red Stripe and The Fader. How bout some food at the party, preferably free, but the grub option oughta be there regardless. Short Order thinks free booze events should promote responsible drinking by involving food as part of the experience. Grub and drink go together for a reason, quit trying to defy nature's will.

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