As we creep into Bishop Arts, we see an unexpected crowd - a mix of sunglasses, bare shoulders above summer dresses, hipster shoes and small plastic cups held aloft. I read a snatch of writing on a sign- "Homebrew Teams.. "
"I think its a Beerfest."
In line for wrist bands, I wished I had worn less and debated on whether a wrist band for beer samples is a good investment for a liquor person. Fifteen minutes later, we were armed with the proper supplies for the Bishop Arts Brewriot Homebrew Festival: wristbands, cups, and marbles for voting.
Paparazzi shot: Jesus shoes and little dog.
Sweet Maggie cider was my favorite. The chocolate porter I had was also good, and not too chocolatey, but I took no pictures and cannot remember who it was by. :(
Ryan and Thom can't resist Uncle Buck's.
Rahr girl pours a Summertime Wheat - I want to like Stormcloud just for its name, but I know I could never love an IPA.
Paparazzi shot: One of the best neighborhoods for checking out ink.
Paparazzi shot: slouchy tee shirts, chillin by the car.
Ending the excursion on Lockhart's patio - after generous $3 Jameson shots.