This new short clip from director Jay Diaz takes a typical Friday night out and flips it on it’s head.
What if girls acted like guys in a bar? What if girls had to wait in line to enter a trendy spot and guys got to roll on past the velvet ropes? What if girls hit on guys the way guys hit on girls and guys acted like girls?
My personal favorite line? “It’s a taco fest in here.”
What better way to kick off summer than a little barbecue and beer? Join Girls Pint Out for a lesson in barbecue and grilling just before the Fourth of July weekend! Owners Jeff Yater and Jim Coldren of Squealers Award Winning Barbeque will provide a 30 minute demonstration on how to prepare a grill, what tools are appropriate and how Squealers prepares their award-winning Kansas City-style barbecue. World Class Beverages will discuss how to add complement craft beer with barbecue to create a meal fit for a king or queen.
This event is free to attend to women over 21 years of age. You must be registered to attend – this is limited to a small group due to the size of the facility. Please note that there will be a $5 fee at the door for tasting beer in order to cover the cost of the event.
Here’s an idea of the tasty food and beer we’ll be getting a preview of at Monday’s Event!
Really, that’s all we want to do. I mean, I’ve personally seen her trashed, but I’d like the entire audience of the Beer Bloggers Conference to see it as well. You know. Because I’m evil like that.
If you’ve ever had anything awesome from Girls Pint Out – whether an experience, a beer, or a new friend – here’s your chance to give back. Vote for Tamre to represent Girls Pint Out Gals from everywhere to try The End of History – a 55% ABV beer from Brew Dog while she attends the Inaugural Beer Bloggers Conference. This is a once in a lifetime chance – only 12 bottles of The End of History were made – let’s do something great for Tamre for all the great things she’s done for us.
Watch her video about Sharing the Experience and vote for her to win. Then tune in Friday night on Beertaptv.com to see if she won and watch the live tasting session. Here’s the link: http://beertaptv.com/GirlsPintOut
The only female brewer in the state, Megan Osborne, will speak with the group about her perspective on brewing and there will be a tasting and tour.
Are you a woman who loves beer? Click “add a comment” below to soundoff.
Here are some great tips for learning about beer, from Basenberg: 1. Keep an open mind: Craft beer is available in a huge variety of styles and with lots of different flavors and ingredients. You can find everything from peaches and honey to chocolate and raspberry.
2. Be true to yourself: Just like food, everyone has a different palate. Ask around for some suggestions but realize not all styles are for all women.
3. Lean on your local brewery: Local breweries are happy to help you learn what you like by talking with you about their beers. Many offer tasters of their beer. It’s a low commitment way to learn more.
4. Gather up the gals: Instead of a wine party, pick out 4 or 5 interesting looking beer bottles to share with friends. Add some excellent cheese and chocolate and it’s guaranteed to be a great night.