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for Sat., May 19
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    25 Years of Shoal Creek Saloon

    The storied watering hole and eatery celebrates its 25th anniversary under the ownership of Ray Canfield today, with festivities beginning at 10am with the unveiling of new storefront artwork, a party hat designed and constructed by local artist Bob "Daddy-O": Wade, and free samples from the menu of their upcoming food truck. Boudin & breakfast tacos, anyone? Happy quarter-of-a-century, and don't mind if we do!
    Sat., May 19
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    Barks for Beers

    This beery extravagance benefits Divine Canines. Buy a glass at Blue Owl Brewery and use it for free pints at 25 breweries all over town, for the entire month of May. We mean, like, Black Star Co-op, Celis, NXNW, Southern Heights, Real Ale, St. Elmo, Thirsty Planet, and a whole pantheon of others.
    Through May 31. $30.  
    See website for locations of participating breweries
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    Goodall's Afternoon Tea

    Mmmmm, sip your weekend afternoons away with a selection of organic blends from Austin-based Zhi Teas and an assortment of traditional tea sandwiches, pastries, and confectionary sweets.
    Saturdays & Sundays, 3-5pm.. $15-25.
    Goodall's Kitchen, 1900 Rio Grande, at the Hotel Ella, 512/628-4200
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    Sour Solstice Celebration

    In advance of the summer that's a-comin' in, your Craft Pride crew is offering an array of light-bodied sour beers from across the Lone Star State. Bonus: Via 313 will be serving up a special pizza for the event.
    Sat., May 19, noon
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    Texas Keeper Cidery: Grafter Rosé Picnic!

    The acclaimed cidery's celebrating the release of its 2017 Grafter Rosé cider with a brisket collaboration from Puli-Ra and Black’s Barbecue, local sweet treats, and live music out at their recently opened Taproom. You know what the smart crowd says: When apples meet grapes in a bottle like this, everybody's happy.
    Sat., May 19, 2-6pm. $10.  
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