From the HBD Archive
From: (a.e.mossberg)
Subject: Pub Hop Miami
Date: 1990-03-20 18:55:05 GMT

Sunday, March 18th, Wine and Brew By You had one of their more or less
quaterly Pub Hops. Approximately 80 homebrewers went on a double decker
bus to three pubs: Duffy's Tavern, a local Irish pub; Churchill's
Hideaway, a very old local pub which hiighlights punk and folk bands
on Fridays and Saturdays; and Tobacco Road. *the* oldest pub in Miami,
with Liquor license #1. It's known for blues, jazz and folk nights. We
started out at around 1 p.m. on Sunday, and spent roughly two hours at
each of the places before coming back to Wine and Brew By You. Each of
the places had tables of food laid out for the pub-hoppers. This is one
of the typical events that Wine and Brew does for their customers. The last
pub hop we also went to three places: Tobacco Road; Churchill's Hideaway;
and the Billabong in Hallandale (somewhat north of Miami), which is
known for their collection of imported beers, typically 100 or more.


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