Why Celebrate July 17

Btms^ for Saturday, July 17.
 
Drink 4Cast 4 2Day: a Molson beer 2 toast 2 Canadian actor Donald Sutherland (“Pride & Prejudice”, “Ordinary People”) born 2day in 1935 & 2 enjoy @ LEX SummerFest’s Pride & Prejudice 2nite @ The Arboretum!
 
 
Complimentary Wine Sip & Cheese Samples @ Liquor Barns Saturday 3 to 6 pm:
 
– Summer Dry Riesling 2006 Rheingau
– Pannonian Red 2007 Serbia
 
 
Liquor Barns Buy a Try Beer Tastings Saturday, July 17, 3-6 pm: Four Belgian Style Golden Ales. Two are brewed in Belgium, and two are Belgian-styled and brewed here in the US. Buy a try for just 75 cents each, or try all four for $2.50. See our Belgian-style beer tasting notes below.
 
 
Liquor Barn is a proud Founding Sponsor of KCTC’s SummerFest at the Arboretum in Lexington, Now through July 25th!
 
Stop by Liquor Barn in Lexington and load up your picnic basket and cooler for Somerset’s 2010 Season at the Arboretum! Tonight’s performance @ 8:45 pm is the wonderful production of Pride & Prejudice, adaptation by Jon Jory, based on the Jane Austen novel. Pride and Prejudice runs tonight through Sunday (July 17-18) at 8:45 pm.
 
General admission tickets $10 at the Entry Gate.  Reserved Chairs: $12, Reserved Blanket Area (for 4) $49. available at the Gate or on line at: www.kctcsummerfest.com   Gates open @ 7 pm, shows begin at 8:45 pm.
SummerFest continues next week with RENT, Jonathan Larson’s musical, July 21 through July 25.
 
 
Y Celebrate 2Day? On this date in…
 
1968 – The Beatles film “Yellow Submarine” premiered in London…where we all live?
1967 – The Monkees performed in Forest Hills, NY. Their opening act? Jimi Hendrix!
1955 – Disneyland opened its doors in rural-at-that-time, Orange County, California.
1935 – Canadian actor Donald Sutherland born…to “Ordinary People” with “Pride and Prejudice” so “Don’t Look Now” but it’s just “Six Degrees of Separation” from being “The Dirty Dozen” in an “Animal House” or in a “MASH” unit in Korea!?
1935 – Actress Diahann Carroll born…to be nurse “Julia” with a “Dynasty”?
1917 – Comedian Phyllis Diller born…with “Fang” to make us laugh?
1912 – TV show host Art Linkletter born in Canada…to host a “House Party” where “Kids Say the Darndest Things”?
1899 – Actor James Cagney born….a “Yankee Doodle Dandy” to “Angels with Dirty Faces” during “Ragtime” to be “The Public Enemy” to “Mr. Roberts”?
1889 – Writer, lawyer, and frequent crossword puzzle clue/answer Erle Stanley Garner born…to create “Perry Mason”!
1879 – The 1st Railroad in Hawaii…got up steam and took to the tracks!
1841 – The British humor magazine Punch was 1st published.
 
 
Liquor Barns Buy a Try Beer Tastings, Saturday, July 17, 3-6 pm: Four Belgian Style Golden Ales. Two are brewed in Belgium, and two are Belgian-styled and brewed here in the US. Buy a try for just 75 cents each, or try all four for $2.50
 
Duvel Golden Ale  Dutch for ‘Devil’, this bottle-conditioned Belgium Strong Pale Ale is golden in color.  Strong carbonation from the added sugar and yeast gives this beer a higher alcohol level, which is present in the flavor.  Bananas, pears, cloves, and sweet spices make this an excellent beer to sip and enjoy.  Brewed in Belgium.  8.5% abv.
 
Grimbergen Blonde is a Belgian Pale Ale that is golden in color and has a nice fruit forward aroma.  Hints of green apple, banana, and clove are present along with a clean malt base and a refreshing finish.  Brewed in Belgium.  6.7% abv.
 
Avery Karma is a Belgian Style Pale Ale with a deep copper color and a fruity aroma.  A toasty caramel malt base is complemented by a light hop flavor that finishes slightly sweet.  Brewed in Boulder, CO.  5.2% abv, 10 IBUs.
 
North Coast Pranqster is a complex Belgian Style Golden Ale with a hazy color accented frothy white head.  A floral aroma leads through to the palate with hints of dried fruits and a semi-sweet malt finish.  Brewed in Fort Bragg, CA.  7.6% abv, 20 IBUs.
 
Food Pairings: Cheese (Brie, Feta, Edam, Sharp Cheddar), Green Salads, Fish
 
Btms^

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