THE BLOG

Upcoming Event Weekends

We have a lot going on in Brookings the next few months, so here is a quick listing of the things that your local brewing company will be involved with. Hope to see you all! July 26th Fancakes and #SyrupSwap Worlds Shortest Triathlon August 2nd Sour Night August 9th Taste of Brookings August 16th Wing and Brew Festival August 22nd Red Beer and Chili Fest August 30th SDSU vs Missouri Watch Party September 6th First Fancakes - SDSU vs Cal Poly September 13th Chicago Night with Goose Island

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Seth’s TedX Talk

Want to find out why every small town has a bar and why they are so important to small communities? Check our Head Brewer's talk at TedX Brookings.

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USA v Portugal Watch Party at the Pub

Team USA continues their World Cup campaign on Sunday at 5pm taking on Portugal. If you were not here on Monday, take a look at what you missed: Brat Bar The brat bar seemed to be the luck charm vs Ghana so we will be doing it again. We will start serving at 4:30 pm.

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World Cup at the Pub (VIDEO)

World Cup at the Pub is in full swing. Check out this video on Facebook of the USA's second goal vs Ghana. (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/all.js#xfbml=1"; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk')); Post by Wooden Legs Brewing Company.

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New Beer for the World Cup

We are excited to introduce a new spin on one of our favorites to celebrate the World Cup. We took our Common and changed out a couple of key ingredients just like Jürgen Klinsmann did for the  USMNT. Stop on down and try a pint for just $4.

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NEW World Cup Pizza Menu

New pizzas for the World Cup. Stop on in and give them a try.

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Wednesday June 11th – Countdown to World Cup : 1 Day

World Cup kick off is tomorrow! Here is your last set of facts. We will see you at the pub on Thursday as host country Brazil takes on Croatia. A full schedule can be found here. 3.2 billion people around the world watched the last World Cup final, nearly half the planet’s population. The official ball of the 2014 World Cup made by Adidas is called Brazuca. Maracana Stadium in Rio can seat 79,000. The original venue, built for the 1950 World Cup, had a capacity of 200,000.

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Tuesday June 10th – Countdown to World Cup : 2 Days

Just a few more days until World Cup. Remember you can catch the FIFA World Cup games at the pub all summer. To see a full schedule, click here. Turkey's Hakan Suker scored just 11 seconds into the game against South Korea during the third-place match in 2002 for the quickest goal in history. At nine consecutive losses – a record – is held by Mexico (1930-1958). The record total number of goals scored in a single game is 12 when Austria defeated Switzerland 7-5 in 1954. Stoppage time occurs after 90 minutes of regulation have elapsed. It is the referee’s job to calculate how much...

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Monday June 9th – Countdown to World Cup : 3 Days

Beat your case of the Monday's with these World Cup facts. Remember you can catch the FIFA World Cup games at the pub all summer. To see a full schedule, click here. The upcoming World Cup will be the 20th time the tournament will be staged. For seven days the World Cup trophy went missing on the eve of the 1966 tournament. Italy has won four World Cups, the last one in 2006. Yellow cards are brandished as a disciplinary "warning". Reds are either given with second yellow or for gross "misconduct". If a player is issued a red card, they are ejected from the match. The teams play two 45 minute...

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Sunday June 8th – Countdown to World Cup : 4 Days

Four more days until kick off. Here are a few fun facts while you wait. Remember you can catch the FIFA World Cup games at the pub all summer. To see a full schedule, click here. Croatia, after going on a Cinderella run, finished third at the 1998 tournament. Diego Maradona punched the ball into the net for a goal against England at the 1986 World Cup. He later dubbed it the “Hand of God." 25 total tournament games were played by Germany’s Lothar Matthaus, a record, over a span of five World Cups. World Cup (1942 and 1946) was not hosted due to World War II.

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