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Bless, O Lord, this creature beer, which thou hast deigned to produce from the fat of grain: that it may be a salutary remedy to the human race, and grant through the invocation of thy holy name; that, whoever shall drink it, may gain health in body and peace in soul. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.

Join St. Augustine's this September 21st for craft beer and pub fare.  $20 door fee covers your first drink and one of our pub dishes.  More beer and food $5 each.  Beer is a 12oz pour and we are working on a 3oz taster flight.

 

Beers on tap:

All beers curated by Sherbrooke Liquor

-Cabin Brewing Super Saturation (nice and hoppy for the IPA fans, but not too bitter for those who aren't keen on the style)

-Medicine Hat Brewing Burnside (a traditional Belgian-style wheat ale made with blood orange. light and fruity but not overly sweet like some fruit beers.)

-Dog Island Blonde Ale (great easy-drinking brew from Slave Lake. A crowd-pleaser and those who normally like standard lagers should be able to get into this one.)

-Analog Brewing Power Up Porter (Edmonton's own! A rich and sweet dark ale with just a touch of vanilla. Won an award at this year's Alberta Beer Awards as well)

There will also be Ceasars, Wine, and Pop for those who prefer!

For the belly:

Succulent ribs, zesty chicken wings, and all-in nachos.

 

Karaoke

Karaoke will happen - bring your singing voice!

If you would like to have a look at songs ahead of time, check out the listings at https://www.karafun.com/karaoke/

 

Support

Funds will go towards LED upgrades at the church and support for other community events.  St. Augustine's church is funded entirely by community donations.

 

Tickets

Please register early to save your spot!

Online anytime: https://tithe.ly/event-registration/#/884599

Or last-minute tickets at the door.

This event for members of St. Augustine's Church Community, the Sunshine Garden, and their invited guests.

 

Interested in why a church might host a pub night? Read more here