Mardi Gras at The Moon

Beer Week continues today with The Crescent Moon’s 16th annual Mardi Gras party. You can expect all of your Fat Tuesday favorites, including thousands of beads thrown from the ubiquitous balcony, tshirts, prizes, cajun cuisine, and of course the beer will be flowing. The party starts at 4 and a $5 cover to enter the Mardi Party goes into effect at 5.

The Crescent Moon

3578 Farnam st

Ashes and Ale

A free beer tasting will take place Wednesday evening at Beertopia. Sample Shake Chocolate Porter, Killer Penguin, Mojo Rising, and any other gems chosen by Boulder Beer Brewery representative Eric Minning. Wednesday, Beertopia will also be hosting The Belguim Beer Society meeting with a special tapping of The New Belgium Love Cherry Felix. If you’re in the mood for an adventure, this is the event for you!

Beertopia

3570 Farnam

Thirsty Thursday

The Old Mattress Factory will be featuring flavors from 5 Iowan breweries, including PeaceTree, Millstream, and Keg Creek. While you enjoy your frosty mug, enter into the raffles taking place every 15 minutes from 6-10pm! The price of each beer includes one raffle ticket.

The Old Mattress Factory

501 N 13th St

Fish FryDay

As Beer Week comes to a close, Fish Fry season just begins to heat up! Head to Benson Brewery to mark the occasion with fried fare and cream ale. Thirsty for more? Check out www.omahabeerweek.com for more local events! Do you have pictures of you and your friends enjoying Beer Week? Do you have a food event you would like mentioned in The Reader? Email Crumbs@TheReader.com to join the conversation!

Benson Brewery

6059 Maple st


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