Join us on Friday, February 7th, 5-8 pm at the 8th Street Ale Haus in Sheboygan for a special Bookworm-inspired craft cocktail menu and guest bartenders from Bookworm Gardens! Proceeds from the cocktail list and tips will be donated to support the Gardens. Come on out and support the community by drinking a delicious cocktail.
Cheers to 10 years of Bookworm Gardens and the Ale Haus!
The Haus welcomes our friends from Milwaukee to our tap lines with a well rounded tap line up of great brews!
Visit with the Third Space Rep, win some prizes, try some samples, join in the Cocktails for a Cause! event also happening! There are so many reasons to be at the Haus on Friday the 7th!
Third Space Tap List:
-Happy Place Pale Ale
-Unbridled Enthusiasm Juicy DIPA
-Upward Spiral IPA
-Frog Weiss kettle Sour
-Unite the Clans Scottish Ale
-Java Blanca Coffee Cream Ale
-Ice Bear Baltic Porter
Rep around 5:30 to 830, beers on tap all day
Feb. 9 Built For Comfort
Feb. 16 Born In A Barn
Feb. 23 The Hokum Boys
Mar. 1 BBMC
Mar. 8 The Hokum Boys
Mar. 15 Five O’Clock Shadows
Mar. 22 Born In A Barn
Mar. 29 BBMC
Apr. 5 Five O’Clock Shadows
Built For Comfort is Jim Ohlschmidt, Kevin Zimmermann (keys), John Selak (bass), & Brain Augustine (drums)
Born In A Barn is Jim Ohlschmidt, Mike Johnston (drums), Jerry Messner (bass), and Kevin Zimmermann (keys)
The Hokum Boys is Jim Ohlschmidt, Mike Ammons, & Lil’ Rev
BBMC is Jim Ohlschmidt, John Selak (bass), Brian Augustine (drums), Owen Mooney (keys) & Jon Prigge (harp).
Five O’Clock Shadows is Jim Ohlschmidt, Curtis Gannon (drums), Jeff Radke (bass), Erik Bertaud (sax) & Larry Byrne (keys)
TUES. FEB 18th 6:30pm
JOIN the BOOK CLUB
For a friendly discussion of
original gothic detective novel,
Pop-up tap takeover with some delicious beers from Duluth Minnesota
Beers to be on tap:
-Cold Press Black Coffee
Visit with the Rep from 4:30 to 6:30
New Holland is releasing a beer.
We plan on having it here.
It’s called Poet’s Brunch
And we have a hunch,
that it will be drank in good cheer!
Limericks, sonnets, free-verse…all are welcome at this year’s Poet’s Brunch. With New Holland Brewing Co. creating a Bunch version of their Poet Stout, we thought we might as well have a poetry brunch at the Haus!
Great Beers, Fun Brunch Eats, and a POETRY CONTEST!
WHEN: March 8th 11am to 1pm
WHAT: A morning of Brunch Specials, new and fantastic beers from New Holland, and poetry both written and aloud.
Bring in an original poem about beer, brunch, eating, or drinking and be entered to win a number of great prizes, including a year subscription to the Poetry Foundation & Poetry Magazine!
The microphone will be open from 11am to 1pm for anyone who wishes to read their poem to the crowd (please remember brunch is a family friendly crowd). Kurt will put his Creative Writing degree to use to assemble a panel of judges to pick a winner (but if we are reading poetry, aren’t we all winners?) Note; you do not have to read your poem out loud to be entered into the contest.
We will have some great beers on tap.
-Dragon’s Milk Reserve
-Poet’s Brunch Stout
BRUNCH SPECIALs including:
-Chocolate Hazelnut sauced pancakes
-Waffles with Cinnamon and Vanilla
-Dragon’s Milk braised Pork Benedicts
This is meant to be a morning of good beer, the joy of the written word, and brunch. Please respect others works. Don’t forget to stick around for Sunday Blues from 1-4pm!
Poetry Contest Rules: Must be 21+ to enter/win. All works must be original, must in some way relate to beer or brunch or eating & drinking in general. Winner, as determined by an impartial panel of judges, will receive a New Holland prize pack including a year subscription to Poetry Magazine!