Over the last 10 weeks, you’ve spent your Sunday with us hanging out for brunch and, perhaps unbeknownst to you, supporting the 24 Foundation (formerly 24 Hours of Booty) with your beer purchase. Each year, our city’s cyclists (kids, too!) dedicate their time and energy to provide immediate, positive and meaningful impacts to those affected by cancer. This event has raised over $18 million in the last 17 years and Birdsong is proud to support this organization once again this year. Thanks to you, we’ve raised over $1,200 for the 24 Foundation!
We’re celebrating this weekend’s 24-hour ride with “Bootylicious,” a scrumptious Session White IPA. It’s crushable, light on the palate, and a great beer to enjoy after strenuous exercise (if that’s your thing). Flaked wheat and 2-Row malt create an easy-drinking base with a touch of haziness, while Mandarina Bovaria, Azacca and Comet hops provide pleasant orange citrus aromatics with a bit of pine.
Join us on THURSty THURSday for this awesome release or check us out on the Booty Loop this weekend serving up some refreshments. Can’t make it? Come back on Sunday for brunch with Bleu Barn Bistro! We’re also hosting Go Figure Drawing TOMORROW as well as live music by Rastacoustic and River Ratz Band on Friday and Saturday.
Veloci-what?: The bicycle, introduced sometime around the 19th Century, is the most common type of velocipede, a human-powered mode of transportation. According to Wikipedia, Baron Karl von Drais created the first iteration of the modern-day bicycle with his vehicle called the “Dandy Horse.”