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Big Boss Brewing Co. in Raleigh is hosting their annual “Who’s Your Paddy?” St. Patrick’s Day Celebration next Thursday March 17th. The event will feature five local food trucks, live music, a potato decorating contest, and of course Big Boss beer!
Date/ Time: Thursday March 17th (Doors open at 3pm)
Location: Big Boss Brewing (Map)
Food Trucks arrive at 5pm
(OnlyBurger / Klaucies / Slippin Sliders / Kokyu / Giavanna’s)
Bands Start at 6pm
Live Music from The Trousers / Skullbuckle / Hammertons
Announcing the 2011 Big Boss Potato decorating contest.
As part of the Saint Patrick’s Day celebration the folks at Big Boss are asking you to Carve-up, dress-up and display your spud for all to see. Best potatoes should show an original concept and celebrate the season and of course beer! Deliver your fancy potato to Big Boss Brewing by the end of business on March 16th. Potatoes will be critiqued by a panel of judges and three prize packages will be awarded on Thursday the 17th around 7pm.
6 pack / T-shirt/ bottle opener/ pint glass
Two 6 packs/ bottle opener/ pint glass
Case of Big Boss Beer / T-shirt/ bottle opener/ pint glass
Bring ID, Cash and a green attitude. Credit cards accepted at the upstairs bar only.Lawn chairs are welcome! For more information, check out the Big Boss website.
The Big Food Truck Harvest at Big Boss Brewing in Raleigh is scheduled for October 14th from 5-10:30pm. Come on out and celebrate the season with and one of their most popular brews, Harvest Time Pumpkin ale, along with the Triangle area’s best food trucks, and great local rock bands.
So far they have confirmed the following food trucks for the event:
Moms Delicious Dishes
With more to be announced!
PUMPKIN CARVING CONTEST
Here is the scoop on the Pumpkin Carving Contest. The folks at Big Boss are looking for creative carvings to be judged and displayed at our Big Food Truck Harvest on October 14th. Anything goes for this one. They are looking for Pumpkins that celebrate the season . funny, scary, beery. be creative! Pumpkins must be delivered on the 13th of October during normal business hours (5-midnight). Prizs will be awarded for the best pumkins!
T-shirt/ bottle opener/ pint glass
Hoodie/ bottle opener/ pint glass
CASE OF BIG BOSS BEER/ /hoodie/ T-shirt/ bottle opener/ pint glass
SPECIAL BEER RELEASES
For the Big Food Truck Harvest we will be releasing a few special release brews including: CASK OF HARVEST TIME Pumpkin Ale that has been conditioned on our Belgian yeast, a CASK OF SACK TIME Amber Rye Ale dry hopped with Big Boss grown hops, and BIG OPERATOR on draft
We are lucky enough to have a great line up of local rock bands! Confirmed so far: Steadham, Skullbuckle, The Trousers are all on board.
Last night my wife and I made a visit to the Broad Street Café in Durham. Its website describes the café as a “full-service restaurant, bar and entertainment venue”. In many ways the café feels like community anchor as its customer base seems like a great mix of people of all ages. The crowd regularly includes people from older couples, college aged students, to families with young children. We have been to the café before and were really looking forward to grabbing some drinks and catching some live music. They serve many local beers on tap including Raleigh’s own Big Boss brews as well as Durham’s local Triangle Brewery beers. My personal favorite is the Triangle Winter White (a traditional Belgian Wheat Beer). They have a full menu of salads and sandwiches and they specialize in wood fired pizzas that come from a brick oven you can view from the bar.
Broad Street typically has music performances 5 nights a week ranging in styles from bluegrass to Jazz. They have a nice size stage for the performers and seating is spread out enough that you have your choice of being closer to the stage or in the back of the restaurant where you can more easily have a conversation. A regular on Sundays, and performing on the night of our visit was the Aaron Mills Project. A jazz/funk trio group featuring keyboard, drums and Aaron Mills on the electric Bass. Listening to their funky jazz jams was great. Later in the evening they welcome other musicians from the audience to join them onstage to jam so bring your instrument along if you go on a Sunday!