Cold Beer. Great Bands. A Cornhole Tournament. Puppies. Doggie kisses. All for great cause.
Sound like a good time? Then join us for a family and dog-friendly celebration to benefit Austin Pets Alive! and Austin Pets Alive Long Stay Dogs
Live music inside:
The Marshall Hood Band 5pm
Anthony Ray Wright 3:30
The Merles 2pm
We’ll be celebrating all day by launching the fifth beer in our APA!APA series. Each beer in the series is hopped with a variety of American hops to demonstrate the hops’ unique characteristics and flavor profile. This one will be featuring Lemon Drop, a hop that originated in the Yakima Valley of Washington State. Some folks call it “Super Cascade”, and it’s known for it’s distinct, true, lemony note.
A $1 from every pint sold benefits Austin Pets Alive! and promotes adoption & care for their long-term stay dogs.
Details on the Cornhole Tournament!
1st Place Prize -$100 ABGB gift card
2nd Place Prize -Growler with 3 fills
Two players per team for a $20.00 donation to APA, includes two beer tickets
Willing participants should email Karena@theabgb.com to sign up their team.
Check-in 12:15 PM – 1:00 PM
1 PM Start the tournament! Ends when its done…
More details coming! Make your plans to come! See you here.
The Marshall Hood Band
Marshall Hood, with effortless guitar work and a knack for crafting the most charming of songs – so reminiscent of his Uncle Champ, it’s sometimes hard to tell the difference. Marshall’s songs can’t be pigeonholed into any one category – they transcend genre. But with a keen lyrical sense and subtly catchy melodies to match, it won’t matter what you call it, you’ll be too busy humming along.
Anthony Ray Wright
Anthony Ray Wright plays fast fingered bluegrass and old-timey, boot scootin’ country for fans of Hank Williams and the Foggy Mountain Boys. Hear him yodel like Hank on “Long Gone Lonesome Blues” and recall cotton fields, cattle ranches and all-night honky tonks in his more melodic take on Wayne Hancock’s “Flatland Boogie,” all with smooth emotive vocal lines reminiscent of Johnny Cash. – Texas Music Magazine