Imbibing Agenda

Upcoming Drinking Events: Outdoor movies with Booze, New Belgium in Georgetown, Wines Under $10

Plus: An outdoor concert and a biochemistry lesson in a pub.

July 25, 2011

This is your wake up call: King’s Hardware screens the great Point Break.

Photo: IMDB

“That’s Bodhi. They call him the Bodhisattva.”

“You’re sayin’ the FBI’s gonna pay me to learn to surf?”

“Found one of your passports to Sumatra, I missed you by about a week in Fiji. But, I knew you wouldn’t miss the fifty year storm, Bodhi.”

Kathryn Bigelow’s eternally quotable Point Break will be screened tonight, Monday, July 25, on the deck at King’s Hardware. Free popcorn, cheap wings, and drink specials are part of the package. Get there around nine.

Also tonight, nerd alert: Science on Tap (drink beer, talk about science) has invited UW biochemist Dana L. Miller to discuss genes and the environment. That starts at 7pm at the Pub at Third Place in Ravenna.

Wednesday, Full Throttle Bottles is tasting through New Belgium Brewing’s delectable brewskies. The tasting costs $3 ($2 if you bring your own reusable container). That’s from 5 to 7pm.

Outdoor film fans who always enjoy a beer should head to the South Lake Union Discovery Center this Friday, July 29 to watch Kick-Ass. The Brave Horse Tavern will set up a beer garden with brews and food. See the event website for details.

From 1 to 4pm on Saturday, July 30, the Whiskey Gaels Celtic Band will perform on the lawn at Soft Tail Spirits’ new tasting room in Woodinville. Wines from Challenger Ridge and Patit Creek will be on offer, as will Soft Tail products. Bring your own lawn chair, picnic blanket, etc.

Also on Saturday: Esquin is doing a tasting of suggested wines under $10; it lasts from 2 to 5pm. If you can’t make it, check out Sauced’s own list of under $10 recs from Esquin’s Jameson Fink.

Bonus: Here’s a full list of outdoor movies in Seattle this summer. Fair warning: they don’t all serve beer.

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