Monday, January 2, 2012

Monday Deals

Char * $0.35 wings, $3 any Draft, STUDENT SPECIAL: Your choice of $4 Hamburger, Turkey & Brie or Tomato & Mozzarella until 4pm

Makoto's * $3 Corona & Corona Light, $6 Skinny Girl Margaritas

Frogurt * 10% off for students, 15% off for ASU faculty and 20% off for hospital employees. Over 100 delicious toppings!

Hot Diggidy Dog * "Meat Dog Monday" 2 for $5 Meat Dogs from 5pm to close.

Mellow Mushroom Boone * Come check out Mellow Mushroom's Home Grown Harvest Menu for the chance to win cool prizes! Like free pizza, $1,000, and tickets to Jam Cruise.

Galileo's * Live Team Trivia with AWESOME PRIZES at 8:30pm, $10 pitchers of Blue Moon

The TApp Room * Microbrew Monday! $3 All Microbrews, $2 off All Microbrew pitchers, $4 Shot Specials, $10 Bud Light Buckets, $4.75 Chicken Quesadillas

The Peddler: 1/2 price bottles of wine, $18.95 Beef-Kabob Dinner

Paolucci's * Open at 7 pm for Monday Night Football! Serving exclusively the bar menu! $2 PBR pints, $5 Jack and Cokes, $10 5-Bottle Domestic buckets

craVe * Live music, $4 Mojitos, $5 Fish tacos

Town Tavern * $0.35 wings, $2 Budweiser pints, $7 Bud pitchers, $4 American Honey, Buzztime Trivia

Bandana's * 8oz Char-grilled Burger Platters w/ 2 side items, $1.00 off regular menu price, $1.50 off Classic BBQ platters and combos from 11-4pm

Klondike Cafe * $2.50 seasonal pint drafts, All Wraps $4.99

Crossroads Pub * $1.50 PBR bottles, $2 Sloppy Joe's, $3 Microbrew drafts, $4 well drinks, Cornhole tournament starting at 7 with great prizes!

Sassy & Co Salon * First 5 people of the day get $5 off any service

La Buca Lounge at Casa Rustica * Spicy Calamari $7.50, House Liquor Drinks (Jim Beam, Jose Cuervo, Beefeaters, Bacardi, Smirnoff) $5

Pepper's * $2.75 Pale Ale bottles, $4.50 well Vodka & Gin, Buy 1 Get 1 free apps (@bar 5pm-7pm), $14.95 Herb Roasted Salmon (dinner)

Dominos Pizza * $4.99 Big Deal Large Pizza (ready-to-go carryout), 2 Medium 2-tops for $5.99 each, Beat the Clock

Primo's * closed on Monday

Friday, December 30, 2011

Friday Boone Deals

Char * College Night on Friday! (18-20 $5 cover), $5 Chewbacca Bombs, $2 Corona, DJ and Dancing at 11 pm, STUDENT SPECIAL: Your choice of $4 Hamburger,
Turkey & Brie or Tomato & Mozzarella until 4pm

Makoto's * $3 Kirin & Kirin Light. Try the sushi!
Frogurt * 10% off for students, 15% off for ASU faculty and 20% off for hospital employees. Over 100 delicious toppings!

Hot Diggidy Dog * Try our Deep Fried Oreos! Open late til 3am.

Mellow Mushroom Boone * What kind of party would you have if you had $5,000. Mellow Mushroom in Boone wants to find out. You can help Boone Mellow WIN a $5,000 customer appreciation party. Bands? Free food? Free beer? Let us know what YOU want and we'll let YOU know how you can help.

Paolucci's * 1-2-3 Night! DJ spinning today's hits to video, lights & effects, $1 12 oz PBR Drafts, $2 Miller Lites, $3 Well Shots (no mixers), $4 Well Mixed drinks or Shooters

Galileo's * Karaoke Night! $1 Jello shots, $2 Yuengling, $3.50 Jager Bombs, $4 Jack

The TApp Room * $2.75 NC Drafts, $2.75 Beer Poker, $3 House Whiskey/Bourbon, $4 Royal Flushes, $5 Pork BBQ Sandwich

craVe * $5 Fridays - 2 Signature drinks for only $5 each

The Revolution: Opened extra late Tuesday-Saturday until 3 am - come chill with us!

The Peddler: Manager's Choice Drink Special, Early Bird Special! (til 6 pm) $18.95 for your choice of Marinated Chicken, Beef or Shrimp-Kabob, Shrimp Dinner (grilled or fried), Peddler Chop Steak & 4 Shrimp (grilled or fried), all dinners include soup, salad bar & potato

Town Tavern * Karaoke Night! $2 Rolling Rocks, $3 Vodka Cranberries, $3 24oz Keystone cans with tallboy coozie (limited time), $5 Jager Bombs, Buzztime Trivia
Bandana's * BBQ Pork or Down South Sandwich w/ 2 sides, $5.99, 1/2 Price Apps All Day, $1.50 off Classic BBQ platters and combos from 11-4pm

Klondike Cafe * $1.50 Budweiser cans, $1.50 Natty Light, $4 Soco Lime

Crossroads Pub * Fish Fry Fridays: hand-breaded haddock with slaw, fries and hushpuppies. Just like the beach! Lunch $6.95 Dinner $9.95, $1.50 Bud pints, $3 Sam Adams pints, $4 LITs, Live bands from 10 til 2

Sassy & Co Salon * FREE gift bag with any color service, now offering Brazilian Blowout and Big Sexy hair products, first 5 people of the day get $5 off any service

Primo's * $5 You-call-its, $5 Martinis, $6 Yuengling pitchers, Name-your-pasta, salad, garlic knots all only $7.95 (lunch)

La Buca Lounge at Casa Rustica * Five O-Clock Fridays: Meatball Sliders $5.95, Budweiser Bottles $1.75, Patron Shots $5, Blue Margarita (served in a tall glass) $7

Pepper's * $2.75 N.C. bottles, $3 pints, $4 Bacardi and Coke, $17.50 Ribeye Steak (dinner)

Dominos Pizza * $4.99 Big Deal Large Pizza (ready-to-go carryout), 2 Medium 2-tops for $5.99 each, Beat the Clock

Thursday Boone Deals

Char * College Night: 18 and OVER admitted ($5 cover for unders) with DJ C-Ray spinnin beats, $1.50 Draft special, $3 Kamikazes, $4 Well drinks, Tapas Night: small prices and tasty portions,
STUDENT SPECIAL: your choice of $4 Hamburger, Turkey & Brie or Tomato & Mozzarella until 4pm

Makoto's * $2 Bud Light & Bud Light Lime, $2 Bud & Bud Select

Frogurt * 10% off for students, 15% off for ASU faculty and 20% off for hospital employees. Over 100 delicious toppings!

Mellow Mushroom Boone * Mellow Mushrooms Facebook Photo Contest! Win a $50 gift card just by posting on Facebook. Ask you server how you can win!

Hot Diggidy Dog * Try our Hawaiian Dog! Open late til 3am.

Paolucci's * The hottest party on Thursday nights just found a new home inside The Nightclub at Paolucci's! DJ Jamie Overcash shows up with the sickest club video mixes and creates the best party in town!
$6 Bombs (Jager, Irish, Vodka, etc), $2 Mr Paolucci's Bottled Beer pick, $3 PBR Tallboys, $4 Rotating shots (Bartender's choice), $5 Chewbacca Bombs (our favorite spirit + RedBull), $5 LITs

The Revolution: Opened extra late Tuesday-Saturday until 3 am - come chill with us
Galileo's * $4 Burger-and-a-Beer Combo, LIVE MUSIC at 9pm, $10 Blue Moon pitchers

The TApp Room * $2 Miller Lite bottles, $2.75 Blue Moon, $3 House Vodka, $5 Grape/Cherry Bombs, $5 Tic Tacs, $6 All Burgers

craVe * $2 drafts (ALL drafts), $3 Quesadillas at the bar after 8 pm

The Peddler: $7 Long Island Iced Teas, $20.95 10 oz. Prime Rib, $22.95 12 oz. Prime Rib

Mountaineer Medical Services * Walk-in office visits just $75 for new patients.

Town Tavern * "Beer-B-Q" $4 BBQ Sandwiches with fries, $1.75 PBR, $2 Coors Light, $3 Rum n Cokes, $4 Washington Apples, $5 Chewbacca Bombs, Buzztime Trivia
Bandana's * Rib and Rib Combo w/ 2 sides and Texas toast, $13.59 (samplings of St Louis and baby back ribs, all smoked in house), 1/2 Price Appetizers All Day, $1.50 off Classic BBQ platters and combos from 11-4pm

Klondike Cafe * $1 Busch Light bottles, $5 Jager Bombs, $4.99 Boone Cheese Steak Sandwiches

Crossroads Pub * Taco Day: soft tacos with beef, chicken, or veggies for only $2, $2 Coronas, $4 Margaritas, $4 Sangrias, Dart Tournament starting at 8 - throw the night away!

Sassy & Co Salon * FREE eyebrow wax with full foil, now offering Brazilian Blowout and Big Sexy hair products, first 5 people of the day get $5 off any service

Primo's * New Belgium Night: $2.50 all New Belgium beer, $5 16oz LIT's and Italian Margaritas, $5 You-call-its, $6 Yuengling pitchers, Name-your-pasta, salad, garlic knots all only $7.95 (lunch)

La Buca Lounge at Casa Rustica * Chicken Parmesan Pesto Sandwich $5.95, All Draft Beers $2.50

Pepper's * $2 off Flatbread Pizzas (@ bar), $2.75 Stella Artois, $2 off all Martinis, $14.95 Shrimp n' Grits (dinner)

Dominos Pizza * $4.99 Big Deal Large Pizza (ready-to-go carryout), 2 Medium 2-tops for $5.99 each, Beat the Cloc

Wednesday Deals

Char * Live Trivia w/ Prizes @ 9:30pm, Half-price wine bottles (w/ entree ), $2.50 Blue Moon, $5.50 PBR pitchers, $3 Kamis, $5 bottomless bowls of soup (lunch),
STUDENT SPECIAL: Your choice of $4 Hamburger, Turkey & Brie or Tomato & Mozzarella until 4pm

Makoto's * 1/2 price wine bottles, best sushi in town

Frogurt * 10% off for students, 15% off for ASU faculty and 20% off for hospital employees. Over 100 delicious toppings!

Hot Diggidy Dog * $1 Hot Dogs, $2 Veggie Dogs (5pm to close)

Mellow Mushroom Boone * $3 Turbodogs all day, everyday at Mellow Mushroom!
Galileo's * half-price bottles of wine, $10 Blue Moon pitchers

The TApp Room * $2 Corona, $10 Corona Buckets, $4 Margaritas, $1 off Tequila, $2 Chicken/BBQ Soft Tacos

craVe * 1/2 price bottles of wine (select menu)

The Peddler: $6 Margaritas, $18.95 Charcoal Shrimp-Kabob Dinner

The Revolution Hookah Bar: Bubbles Night! Bubbles, bubbles, and more BUBBLES! We only offer bubbles once a week and the best part is all the bubbles are FREE!

Mountaineer Medical Services * Half-off new Medically-supervised Weight Loss program for new patients

Town Tavern * $1 Hot Dogs, $1 Budweiser drafts, $2 Yuengling, $3 House liquor, $4 Royal Flushes, Buzztime Trivia
Bandana's * Baby Back Ribs w/ 2 sides and Texas toast, $11.99/half order, $15.59/lg, Smoked Chicken Wings .39 cents All Day, $1.50 off Classic BBQ platters and combos from 11-4

Klondike Cafe * $2 Quesadillas (3 new flavors - 7 total) and $2 Yuengling, $3.50 Rum n Coke

Crossroads Pub * Ladies Night! 1/2 off entrees from 5-9 for the Ladies! $1.50 Rolling Rock, $3 Cosmos, $4 house wines

Sassy & Co Salon * 25% off full foil and haircut, now offering Brazilian Blowout and Big Sexy products, first 5 people of the day get $5 off any service

Primo's * Natty Greene Night: $2.50 all Natty Greene beer, $0.35 wings (after 4pm), $2 Killians, $5 You-call-its, $6 Yuengling pitchers, Name-your-pasta, salad, garlic knots all only $7.95 (lunch)

La Buca Lounge at Casa Rustica * Unlimited Soup and Salad $8, All Glasses of House Wine $4

Pepper's * Wing Night! $0.35 wings, $2 off all Whiskey highballs, $1.75 Yuengling, $12.95 Teriyaki Grilled Chicken (dinner)

Paolucci's * $2.50 Coronas & Corona Lights, $2.50 Dos Equis, $3 Margaritas, $10 Margarita Carafes

Dominos Pizza * $4.99 Big Deal Large Pizza (ready-to-go carryout), 2 Medium 2-tops for $5.99 each, Beat the Clock

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Tuesday Deals 12/27/2011

Char * Every other Tues is INTERNATIONAL NIGHT! 18+ with the best club music, Pizza & Pint $6, Pizza & Pitcher $10, $6 domestic pitchers, 1/2-price Martinis, $6 sandwiches with fries or side de jour (11am-2pm),
STUDENT SPECIAL: Your choice of $4 Hamburger, Turkey & Brie or Tomato & Mozzarella until 4pm


Makoto's * 1/2 price Sake, best sushi in town

Frogurt * 10% off for students, 15% off for ASU faculty and 20% off for hospital employees. Over 100 delicious toppings!

Hot Diggidy Dog * Specialty Burgers 2 for $10, mix-n-match, open late til 3am

Mellow Mushroom Boone * Throw yourself a party! Mellow Mushroom is giving away a $250 pizza party. Stop by and ask how you can win.

Galileo's
* $6 ALL YOU CAN EAT BAKED ZITI, $4 Crown drinks, $4.50 Margaritas

The TApp Room * $2.75 Sierra Nevada Celebration pints, $10 pitchers, $2 Bud bottles, $4 Tuaca Shots, $4 Soco and Lime shots, $6 Fish N' Chips

craVe * $1 off all handcrafted Martinis, $5 Martini specials

The Peddler: 1/2 price bottles of wine, $37.95 Steak for Two Dinner

The Revolution: Open Mic Night! Come out and show us what you got!

Town Tavern
* Live Trivia with Jerry Parker at 9:30pm, $2.95 Philly Cheesesteak Sliders, $1.50 Fatty Nattys (12oz. Natural Lights), $3 Kamikaze, $4 Vodka/Redbull

Bandana's *
All You Can Eat BBQ Pork w/ 2 sides and Texas toast, $8.99ea, $1.50 off Classic BBQ platters and combos from 11-4pm

Klondike Cafe * Karaoke Night, $2 Coronas, $3.50 Cheeseburgers, $3.50 Washington Apples

Crossroads Pub * Wings and more wings! $0.35 wings all day long (minimum of ten wings) with one of our signature sauces. The best wings south of Buffalo! $2 Domestic pints, $4 Shots of our favorite spirit, $4 House martinis

Sassy & Co Salon * $5 Scalp massage with any haircut, now offering Brazilian Blowout and Big Sexy products, first 5 people of the day get $5 off any service

Primo's * "Blue Tuesday" $2.50 Blue Moon, 1/2 off wine, $5 You-call-its, $6 Yuengling pitchers, Name-your-pasta, salad, garlic knots all only $7.95 (lunch)

La Buca Lounge at Casa Rustica *
Grilled Chicken Bruschetta Salad $7.95, Lemon Drop Martini $7

Thursday, December 22, 2011

Thursday Deals 12/22/2011

Char * College Night: 18 and OVER admitted ($5 cover for unders) with DJ C-Ray spinnin beats, $1.50 Draft special, $3 Kamikazes, $4 Well drinks, Tapas Night: small prices and tasty portions,
STUDENT SPECIAL: your choice of $4 Hamburger, Turkey & Brie or Tomato & Mozzarella until 4pm

Makoto's * $2 Bud Light & Bud Light Lime, $2 Bud & Bud Select

Frogurt * 10% off for students, 15% off for ASU faculty and 20% off for hospital employees. Over 100 delicious toppings!

Mellow Mushroom Boone * Mellow Mushrooms Facebook Photo Contest! Win a $50 gift card just by posting on Facebook. Ask you server how you can win!

Hot Diggidy Dog * Try our Hawaiian Dog! Open late til 3am.

Paolucci's * The hottest party on Thursday nights just found a new home inside The Nightclub at Paolucci's! DJ Jamie Overcash shows up with the sickest club video mixes and creates the best party in town!
$6 Bombs (Jager, Irish, Vodka, etc), $2 Mr Paolucci's Bottled Beer pick, $3 PBR Tallboys, $4 Rotating shots (Bartender's choice), $5 Chewbacca Bombs (our favorite spirit + RedBull), $5 LITs

The Revolution: Opened extra late Tuesday-Saturday until 3 am - come chill with us

Galileo's * $4 Burger-and-a-Beer Combo, LIVE MUSIC at 9pm, $10 Blue Moon pitchers

The TApp Room * $2 Miller Lite bottles, $2.75 Blue Moon, $3 House Vodka, $5 Grape/Cherry Bombs, $5 Tic Tacs, $6 All Burgers

craVe * $2 drafts (ALL drafts), $3 Quesadillas at the bar after 8 pm

The Peddler: $7 Long Island Iced Teas, $20.95 10 oz. Prime Rib, $22.95 12 oz. Prime Rib

Mountaineer Medical Services * Walk-in office visits just $75 for new patients.

Town Tavern * "Beer-B-Q" $4 BBQ Sandwiches with fries, $1.75 PBR, $2 Coors Light, $3 Rum n Cokes, $4 Washington Apples, $5 Chewbacca Bombs, Buzztime Trivia

Bandana's * Rib and Rib Combo w/ 2 sides and Texas toast, $13.59 (samplings of St Louis and baby back ribs, all smoked in house), 1/2 Price Appetizers All Day, $1.50 off Classic BBQ platters and combos from 11-4pm

Klondike Cafe * $1 Busch Light bottles, $5 Jager Bombs, $4.99 Boone Cheese Steak Sandwiches

Crossroads Pub * Taco Day: soft tacos with beef, chicken, or veggies for only $2, $2 Coronas, $4 Margaritas, $4 Sangrias, Dart Tournament starting at 8 - throw the night away!

Sassy & Co Salon * FREE eyebrow wax with full foil, now offering Brazilian Blowout and Big Sexy hair products, first 5 people of the day get $5 off any service

Primo's * New Belgium Night: $2.50 all New Belgium beer, $5 16oz LIT's and Italian Margaritas, $5 You-call-its, $6 Yuengling pitchers, Name-your-pasta, salad, garlic knots all only $7.95 (lunch)

La Buca Lounge at Casa Rustica *
Chicken Parmesan Pesto Sandwich $5.95, All Draft Beers $2.50

Pepper's
* $2 off Flatbread Pizzas (@ bar), $2.75 Stella Artois, $2 off all Martinis, $14.95 Shrimp n' Grits (dinner)

Dominos Pizza * $4.99 Big Deal Large Pizza (ready-to-go carryout), 2 Medium 2-tops for $5.99 each, Beat the Clock

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Search Continues for Family of Local Legend

The search continues for next of kin for well-known street poet and peddler, Joshua Watauga. In an attempt to locate family, photos Joshua carried were released by Appalachian Regional Healthcare System police. Those photos were posted online Thursday.

It has been determined the photos of the young girl were actually a local family who knew Joshua, but were not related in any way.

Watauga collapsed behind the Mountain House Restaurant in Boone on Aug. 10 at approximately 4 p.m. He was transferred to Wake Forest University's Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem later the same day.

According to a spokesperson at Baptist, Watauga is in stable condition and was admitted as a patient under the name Joshua "Doe."

Many possible names have surfaced since hospital officials began searching for next of kin - Joshua Ted Watauga, Joshua Beau Daniels, Joshua Theodore Watauga, Joshua Ted Kurylo, J.T. Kurylo, Teddy King and Walter Curillo (Cariello).

In a profile of Joshua by Leigh Ann Henion, published in the July 25, 2002 edition of The Mountain Times, Joshua said he first came to Watauga County in 1978. Henion's story also mentioned Joshua's previous career as a professional musician who once performed on KPFA public radio in San Francisco.

Community members are continuing to come forward with information and several have stated Joshua spoke of a daughter.

Anyone with information regarding Joshua's true identity or possible family is asked to contact the Watauga Medical Center police department at (828) 262-4100 or Melanie Marshall at the Watauga Democrat at (828) 264-6397.

Read full aricle here at WataugaDemocrat.com

App State Alumnus Designed Electric Motorcycle


An Appalachian State alumnus recently showed off his new ION electric motorcycle at the Southern Energy and Environment Expo.

Internet bloggers were so impressed in Tom Miceli’s creation that he was featured in AutoBlog.

Domenick Yoney of AutoBlog reports Miceli earned a Bachelor’s Degree in industrial design at ASU.

The ION motorcycle was reportedly conceived, designed, modeled, and constructed in one semester using a minimal budget.

An 84-volt lithium battery powers the bike. It can reach a top speed of about 80 miles per hour and can run about 60 miles between recharging sessions. The battery can be recharged using a typical household plug in about six hours.

More pictures and a video about Miceli’s bike can be found at http://green.autoblog.com/2009/09/02/tom-micelis-ion-an-eye-catching-electric-motorcycle-indeed-w-v/.

Read full article here at goblueridge.net

ASU Comeback Falls Short at East Carolina


GREENVILLE, N.C. – Behind sophomore quarterback Travaris Cadet, Appalachian State University football rallied from a 22-point fourth-quarter deficit with 17 points in the final period, but the comeback came up just short in a 29-24 season-opening loss to East Carolina on Saturday afternoon at Dowdy-Ficklen Stadium.

Appalachian fell into a 24-0 hole less than 17 minutes into the contest and trailed 29-7 going into the fourth quarter. Three plays into the final period, ASU running back Devon Moore trimmed the deficit to 29-14 when he capped a 12-play, 55-yard drive with a one-yard touchdown plunge.

On East Carolina's ensuing possession, the ASU defense posted an impressive three-and-out and Cadet gave the Apps their best field position of the day when he returned a punt by former Mountaineer Matt Dodge 19 yards to the ECU 38. Seven plays later, Cadet made it a one-possession ballgame when he scored from a yard out to cut ECU's advantage to 29-21.

The volume from the thousands of Black and Gold-clad faithful in attendance at sold-out Dowdy-Ficklen reached a fever pitch when Cortez Gilbert intercepted ECU's Patrick Pinkney at the ASU 33 yard line and returned it 16 yards to the 49.

Cadet marched the Mountaineers all the way to the 22 yard line but had to settle for a 43-yard field goal by Jason Vitaris with 3:24 to go after a misplayed snap exchange on second-and-seven stalled the potential game-tying drive.

Once again, the Mountaineer defense came up with a huge three-and-out and ASU got the ball back on its own 24 yard line with 1:28 left to play. The Apps moved to midfield with three-straight completions but Cadet was sacked on first-and-10 from the ASU 48 with less than a minute remaining. After killing the clock with a spike, Cadet found Blake Elder for an eight-yard gain but a pass to CoCo Hillary on fourth-and-10 was just out of his reach and the Appalachian comeback and upset bid ended with 16 seconds to go.

Read full story here at goasu.com.

Friday, September 4, 2009

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

High Country Beerfest This Weekend


Thirsty High Country residents will welcome the coming of this weekend's 2nd annual High Country Beerfest. The event is slated to take place on Saturday, September 5, at the Broyhill Inn & Conference Center. Tickets are $20 in advance and can be purchased at the Broyhill, as well as at Peabody’s Wine & Beer Merchants and online visiting http://www.hcbeerfest.com/.

The High Country Beer Fest is the annual celebration of quality craft beer from around the region and the world. The event will feature dozens of brews and delicious food, as well as educational seminars covering all aspects of beer, brewing and pairing food and beer.

According to event organizer Brett Taubman, this year’s event will be comparable to last year’s inaugural festivities, which featured beers from more than 50 different breweries.

Breweries already committed to this year’s festival include Boone Brewing Co., Foothills Brewing, Kind Beers, French Broad Brewing Co., Lonerider Brewing Company, Olde Hickory Brewer, Thomas Creek Brewing Co., Sweetwater Brewing and Oskar Blues Brewery.

“This year we’re hoping to be even bigger and better,” said Taubman.

The event will also feature live music from Lisa Baldwin & Dave Haney, the Henhouse Thieves, Rivers Street, the Worthless Son-in-Laws and BPL.

All proceeds will benefit the Hospitality House in Boone and the first non-profit, educational brewpub in the country on the campus of Appalachian State University, The Ivory Tower Brewery. The brewery will be run and managed by ASU faculty and students. The program will include beer and brewing course offerings and a research component comprising renewable energy production (e.g. capturing clean carbon dioxide for biodiesel production) and the use of alternative energy to power the brewery.

Taubman encourages attendees to plan accordingly for the event including safe and sober transportation. Designated drivers get in free to the High Country Beer Festival.

For more information on the High Country Beer Fest, visit http://www.hcbeerfest.com/, on Twitter at https://twitter.com/hcbeerfest, or on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=51669668850.