Weekend Memphis. And what a weekend. Care for a beer? Or a few dozen?
Yes, another smashing success for the Cooper Young Beer Festival. Really, the festival was excellent. And… many sour beers this year. My count? At least four or five sour beers were on tap at the event. One of my favorite breweries this year was Charleville.
The pumpkin, coffee and sour were delicious. Usually a brewery has one beer I enjoy. This one had three very good beers. Wiseacre was well represented as well. I loved the Beach Within Reach. Although I have tasted the beer in the past, I decided to have a few “beaches” yesterday. Good stuff.
Oh yes, and this little brewery from Little Rock was very good as well. Moody Brews. Oink. Very good beer.
Aria’s Bier was FANTASTIC.
This morning we took in a beer (didn’t ya have enough Saturday?) and breakfast and a movie. Patio time at Boscos.
More events Memphis. If you are bored in the next few weeks, you only have yourself to blame.
The Friends of the Memphis Library will hold their annual book sale at the Ben Hooks Central Library next weekend. TAKE A LARGE BOX. Really. People walk out with BOXES of books. Great prices and good books. You can’t lose. Go! Oct. 23rd & 24th 2015. 10:00 a.m. -4:30 p.m.
Punk rock. In Memphis. Well at least a documentary. Yes, “The Damned: Don’t You Wish That We Were Dead.” Oct. 21 2015 7:00 p.m. Brooks Museum. Good songs from the band in the past. As in the ’80’s past. See the show.
And there is also the Arrow Awards Brooks Museum Memphis from the UK. We attend yearly. Some of the best commercials you will ever see. You will laugh, cry and be moved. GO! November 18th 2015. Brooks Museum. 7:00 p.m.
More events Memphis:
More Memphis Events:
River Arts Festival. October 23rd/ 24th / 25th. $5 Saturday and Sunday. Friday night FREE. South Main Downtown. Go! We attend every year. Although this year we will probably go Friday evening since we will be out-of-town Saturday and Sunday.