Richmond Kickers soccer team will take on NY Greek American Atlas in the third round of the U.S. Open Cup on Wednesday, May 28.
$5 gets you admission to the match (reg. $12), or $10 gets you admission plus two tickets for Kickers official craft beer “Kick It Hunny” (Must be 21 or older. Present your ticket at Will Call to redeem). Purchase online.
Doors open at 6 p.m. and the game is at 7 p.m.
3201 Maplewood Ave
The Richmond Kickers soccer team is selling special “Happy Hour” tickets to tomorrow’s game against the Rochester Rhinos. $20 gets admission for two and two beers (or lemonades).
Back by popular demand, enjoy admission for two and two tickets for either beer or lemonade for less than the price of two adult regular admission tickets! Alcohol available for ages 21+ only. Please print your ticket and present at Will Call along with a valid photo ID to redeem. Contact Mark Johnson for further details: (804) 644-5425 x309
We took our older son to see the Flying Squirrels play last night (it was a blast – he’s five and is just starting to follow how baseball works. He insisted that I pay attention to all pitches so I could tell him if they were balls or strikes, and whether that was “good for the Flying Squirrels or not”)
But of course I can’t help looking for more bargains at the ballpark. I found these two and will add them to the main Flying Squirrels deal post here.
The Ollie’s Bargain Outlet Cheap Seats – What’s up with the “Ollie’s Cheap Seats” banner way down the third base line? Tickets in section 217 are available each game for $4. (You can purchase online – look for the “$4.00 – Ollie’s Seats” option – but there’s a $1.50 convenience charge for each.)
I’ve marked the location of the cheap seats above with a black arrow.
Wash Em Down Wednesday – On Wednesdays, beers are available for $2 each. This isn’t mentioned on the Squirrels website, possibly because of weird ABC laws regarding advertising alcoholic beverage specials. Anyway, the sign didn’t specify, but I assume this applies to the small size beers (Around 14oz and $5.75 each normally, I think but don’t quote me)
Whole Foods will be offering half-price growler fills of draft beer this Sunday, November 11, from 8am to 10pm.
“Friend” Whole Foods Short Pump Beer Page on Facebook to see photos of some of the beers currently available on draft.
If, like me, you are not too familiar with explosively popular craft beer scene, a beer growler is a (typically) 64oz/half-gallon glass or ceramic jug used to transport draft beer.
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Last Tuesday, my husband and I enjoyed a night on our own – the first in over a year since our youngest was born. We stopped by Capital Ale House‘s downtown location, which was unusually slammed with throngs of fireworks-goers.
If you’re a frequenter of Capital Ale, you know their plethora of interesting beers don’t come cheap. That’s why it was a pleasant surprise to discover that this summer, Capital Ale House is offering 1/2 off draft beers, wine by the glass, and liquor every day from 4-7pm. It’s called “Daily 180” because it lasts 180 minutes.
The promotion runs through Labor Day at all Capital Ale House locations.
For a frugal dinner out, go on Monday evening (tonight!) for Burger Night, when half-pound certified angus beef hamburgers, cheeseburgers or black bean burgers are only $2 with any beverage purchase! Additional toppings .50 to $1.00 extra, side of fries $1.99
Beer drinkers rejoice – Richmond has a festival just for you this weekend: RVA Beer Fest! Admission is free on Friday evening, $5 on Saturday, and tastings are $1 apiece.
A 2 Day Beer Festival indoors and outdoors at Gallery5 (200 West Marshall St.) with the best in local and regional beers and bands! …
Friday, May 4th: 6pm-11pm
FREE Entry (In conjunction with The First Friday Art Walk)
Inside: Local Beers / Soul Power Music
Outside: Beer Truck / PLF Fire show
Saturday, May 5th: 12pm-6pm
$5 (Presale Tickets Available Here)
$25 VIP tickets (upstairs MEKONG VIP + 5 tasting tickets) (Presale Tickets Available Here)
Upstairs: Mekongs Tasting Lounge (with VIP Ticket Only)
Downstairs: Local Beers / Local Dj’s & music (12-6)
Outside: Lots of Beers! / Local Food Carts / Local merch
2 Ounce Tasting – $1 (tasting ticket)
16 ounce poor – 1 Ticket – $6 (full ticket)
Friday, May 4th: TASTE THE LOCAL!
BULL & BONES – Local VA – http://www.bullandbones.com/
Devils Back Bone – Local VA – http://dbbrewingcompany.com/
Hardywood park – Local Richmond! – http://www.hardywood.com/
Legend – Local Richmond! (Beer Truck) – http://www.legendbrewing.com/
OConnor Brewery – Local VA – http://oconnorbrewing.com/
Star Hill – Local VA – http://www.starrhill.com/
Wolf Hills – Local VA – http://www.wolfhillsbrewing.com/
Roanoke Railhouse Local VA-http://www.roanokerailhouse.com/
SATURDAY, May 5th: Full on Regional Beers outdoors.
Heavy Seas – http://www.hsbeer.com/
Southern Tier – http://www.southerntierbrewing.com/
Victory – http://victorybeer.com/
Weyerbacher – http://weyerbacher.com/
Duck Rabbit – http://www.duckrabbitbrewery.com/
Highland – http://www.highlandbrewing.com/
Thomas Creek – http://www.thomascreekbeer.com/
Samuel Adams – http://www.samueladams.com/
Sierra Nevada – http://www.sierranevada.com/
Wild Wolf – Local VA – http://www.wildwolfbeer.com/
Cricket Hill – http://crickethillbrewery.com/
New Belgium – http://www.newbelgium.com/
Flying Dog – http://flyingdogales.com/
Duvel USA – http://www.duvel.com/
Blue Mountain – Local VA – http://www.bluemountainbrewery.com/
Dogfish Head – http://www.dogfish.com/
Friday, May 4th (7-11PM)
Inside: Old school soul jam, Soulpower!
Outside Fire, Performance and Sculptures by The Party Liberation Front Performance
with Special Guest TsunamiBassExperience
Saturday, May 5th (12-6PM)
Inside: Mike Kemetic 1-3:00
New Belgians 3:00-4:30
Black Girls 4:30-5:30
Outside: Kindling Kind 1-2PM
Apache Radio 2-3PM
Dream Machine 3-4PM
Peoples Blues of Richmond 5-6PM
This week, Kroger has Miller Lite 12 packs (cans or bottles), as well as Miller Genuine Draft, on sale for “2 for $12.99.” You don’t actually have to buy 2, so the sale price is $6.50 a pack. Just 54 cents a can.
I don’t see good deals on beer very often, so I’m mentioning it for the benefit of those like my husband who make this their “everday” beer of choice. Kroger’s normal price is around $8.49 for cans and $8.99 for bottles.