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Martin House: Mi Casa release – 02/06/20

When: Feb. 6th, 2020

Where: Martin House Brewing Company

Mi Casa 6.7% – Agave and Guava Sour Ale

The beer of many names! If you’ve been a MHBC fan for a minute, you might remember this beer as La Cura. Then last year it became El Chuco. And now Mi Casa. Same beer, new name.

Mi Casa is a fruity and tart delicious beer brewed with massive amounts of agave and pink guava puree.

We’re tapping up Mi Casa at 4:00pm. If you haven’t been to the brewery, we sell $10 wristbands on Thursday from 4-8pm and Saturday from 12-5pm. That $10 covers one pint glass and four 8oz pours of beer.

There will be a limited amount of skull glasses available with your $10 entry.

We’ll about 25-30 other brews on tap as well.

If you can’t make it out, no worries. Mi Casa releases in 6packs the week of this event. There will be a limited number of 6packs available at the brewery as well.

We’ll have a food truck out back: DK’s Twisted Smokers BBQ & Grill from 5-9pm.

Cheers!

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FAQ Answered
Martin House is family friendly.

We offer non-alcoholic options (water, juice, kombucha, la croix, topo, etc) in our taproom.

For parking, there are many spots around the neighborhood. We also have parking next door at 120 S Sylvania AFTER 5pm – the parking lot next door on the other side of the shipping containers/new covered patio. Put that address in your maps app. Entrance is a little driveway about a block away with a hanging Martin House sign. Don’t park by the TX Draft building or their dock (Northside).

Do not park at the Community Center, Flying Tire, or All Star Party Service lot and please do not park anywhere you see a tow sign.

Please keep the doggos outside on Thursdays and Saturdays. Mi Casa 6.7% – Agave and Guava Sour Ale

The beer of many names! If you’ve been a MHBC fan for a minute, you might remember this beer as La Cura. Then last year it became El Chuco. And now Mi Casa. Same beer, new name.

Mi Casa is a fruity and tart delicious beer brewed with massive amounts of agave and pink guava puree.

We’re tapping up Mi Casa at 4:00pm. If you haven’t been to the brewery, we sell $10 wristbands on Thursday from 4-8pm and Saturday from 12-5pm. That $10 covers one pint glass and four 8oz pours of beer.

There will be a limited amount of skull glasses available with your $10 entry.

We’ll about 25-30 other brews on tap as well.

If you can’t make it out, no worries. Mi Casa releases in 6packs the week of this event. There will be a limited number of 6packs available at the brewery as well.

We’ll have a food truck out back: DK’s Twisted Smokers BBQ & Grill from 5-9pm.

Cheers!

————————————-

FAQ Answered
Martin House is family friendly.

We offer non-alcoholic options (water, juice, kombucha, la croix, topo, etc) in our taproom.

For parking, there are many spots around the neighborhood. We also have parking next door at 120 S Sylvania AFTER 5pm – the parking lot next door on the other side of the shipping containers/new covered patio. Put that address in your maps app. Entrance is a little driveway about a block away with a hanging Martin House sign. Don’t park by the TX Draft building or their dock (Northside).

Do not park at the Community Center, Flying Tire, or All Star Party Service lot and please do not park anywhere you see a tow sign.

Please keep the doggos outside on Thursdays and Saturdays.

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