Happy Hour

Each issue has interviews with a Hometown Celebrity, Artist, Mind That Moves (Entrepreneur), BoozeSlinger, How To Article, Happy Hour & Craft Beer Reviews

Happy Hour

Each issue has interviews with a Hometown Celebrity, Artist, Mind That Moves (Entrepreneur), BoozeSlinger, How To Article, Happy Hour & Craft Beer Reviews

Happy Hour

Each issue has interviews with a Hometown Celebrity, Artist, Mind That Moves (Entrepreneur), BoozeSlinger, How To Article, Happy Hour & Craft Beer Reviews

Happy Hour

Each issue has interviews with a Hometown Celebrity, Artist, Mind That Moves (Entrepreneur), BoozeSlinger, How To Article, Happy Hour & Craft Beer Reviews

No Party is Complete Without the Games 

Darts is a tame option. Be creative and unique with the games. Beer pong is a good game to play. Start off with a ten cups arranged in a pyramid with the glasses standing. Reduce the glasses after very round. Be creative with the punishments. You could hire a beer pong table from a site on the internet. Get the people excited come to the party. Again be as creative and unique as you can be. Remember you can’t be totally unique since it’s all been done, but everybody wasn’t there when it happened.

Next on the list is food and beverages. You have already got the beer. Since it’s a beer themed party, you don’t need to serve other varieties of liquor. But be sure to inform or mention (depending on mode of invitation) that you are not going to be serving liquor other than the beer. Don’t forget to serve sodas though. Not many might drink them, but it will give them something to sip on until they decide to join in the fun. The food part is up to you. Beer goes along with pretty much everything. There are a few classics you should serve. Pizza, beef jerky, salsa or dips (risky because of food fights), ribs and peanuts.

You attend the craziest parties in your college

Kids even go so far as to choose a college for its night life. College kids party at the drop of a hat. No matter what the excuse – holiday, team win, hookup, breakup, anniversary, you name it. And those are tame and mundane excuses. Then you start working. Your real adult life. The parties get more adult, but more refined. Feeling reminiscent of those college parties? Here’s an idea for a party that’s both college and work – BEER! I mean who doesn’t drink beer, unless you are allergic to it.

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