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Thursday, November 6, 2014

4 Ways to Get Your Drink/Grub on this Week

Posted By on Thu, Nov 6, 2014 at 4:11 PM

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Friday, November 7: Take a trip up I-35 and enjoy Wurstfest, which is launching a brand new craft beer garden. Stop in for the "10 best days in sausage history," carnival rides, music, dancing, bratwurst, beer, and then some. $10, 4pm-11:30pm opening Friday; 11am-12:30am Saturdays, 11am-9:30pm Sundays; 5-9:30pm Monday-Wednesday; 5pm-11:30pm Thursday and Friday; 120 Landa, New Braunfels, (830) 625-9167,

Saturday, November 8: The folks at Branchline Brewing open their doors for the monthly tour and tasting. Pack up your comfiest lawn chairs, and sip on Woodcutter Rye IPA, Shady Oak Honey Blonde, Evil Owl Amber and a few small batch limited beers. $3 admission with free biodegradable cup, or take your Branchline pint glass for free admission and $3 pours; 4-7pm, 3633 Metro Pkwy, (210) 403-2097,

Saturday, November 8: Austin's Tiff's Treats is in SA and they're celebrating their grand opening with specials on cookies. Stop in for and pay $5 for a dozen, and proceeds (up to$5,000) will go toward Solders' Angels, a non-profit which supplies electronic gaming and brain-training devices for veterans recovering from trauma. Prices vary, 9am-4pm, 11745 I-10 West, Ste 140, (210) 721-4100,

Saturday, November 8: Luminaria's serious about food. That's why they've added a food panel for this year's festival with "Comida de la Calle: Culinary Crossroads." Learn how street food is changing the food game via Mixtli's Rico Torres and Diego Galicia, Dr. Ellen Riojas-Clark co-author of Tamales, Comadres & the Meaning of Civilization, and Mando Rayo, author of Austin Breakfast Tacos: The Story of the Most Important Taco of the Day. Free, 1:30-2:30pm, Pearl Brewery Studio,

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