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South Lake Brewing Company hosts all-new Pint Nights

South Lake Brewing Company begins hosting Pint Nights on Tuesday, Dec. 26.
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What: Pint Nights

When: Tuesday, Dec. 26, 2 p.m.

Where: South Lake Brewing Company

Tickets: Free entry

Info: http://www.facebook.com/southlakebrewingcompany

Beginning Tuesday, Dec. 26, South Lake Brewing Company is launching an all-new weekly special that will last throughout the winter. Known as Pint Nights, the brewery will offer $1-$2 off pints for customers who bring in a special glass — and the deal lasts all day long.

“The pint can be purchased for $15, but includes a free fill coupon,” said owner Nicole Smith. “You have to purchase the pint glass to receive the $1-$2 off each pint that day.”

The Pint Nights stainless steel pint glass features the SLBC logo and makes a great holiday present (if we say so ourselves) for those last-minute shoppers.

SLBC is known for its ever-popular Angora (an “unfiltered modern IPA brewed with oats and white wheat” made with Mosaic, Centennial and Simcoe hops, according to the website) and Fog Nozzle (a New England-style brew with “notes of oatmeal with apricot preserves, pineapple, mango orange juice and a hint of coniferous forest,” according to the description) IPAs, in addition to the blonde ale Marlette Sunrise.

“We took our Marlette Blonde and added blood orange! Balanced blonde ale with notes of honey, pear and lots of tangerine. Medium bodied with a powerful sweet aftertaste,” states the drink description.

Chances are you’ll regret not jumping on the opportunity to enjoy discounted, delicious beer throughout the winter.

Pint Nights are held every Tuesday from 2-10 p.m. Learn more about SLBC online at http://www.southlakebeer.com. The brewery is found at 1920 Lake Tahoe Blvd.

— Lake Tahoe Action


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