On Wednesday, November 12, K-9 Angels Rescue and Karbach Brewing Co. are teaming up to bring you the K-9 Angels Pints for Pups Fall Fundraiser. The event, held at Karbach Brewery from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., features all you can drink Karbach beer, BBQ dinner, and desserts. All proceeds go to saving Houston area dogs from kill shelters, providing veterinary care, and re-homing them. Get tickets ($30) here.
Like karaoke but don't have the guts? Problem solved! Woody, a giant traveling barrel of beer from Oregon's Deschutes Brewery, will be at Hans Beer Haus on Thursday, November 13 from 6 to 9 p.m. for Beer-aoke. Fill up on awesome brews and you sing your little heart out.
Whiskey aficionados will love Brenner's Steak House's 2nd annual Whiskey Dinner held on Friday, November 14 at 7 p.m. The luxurious five-course meal features food and whiskey pairings, including Yellow Rose Outlaw with braised beef short ribs and bourbon glazed carrots; or Clyde May's Alabama-Style Whiskey with butternut squash and pumpkin risotto, for $95 per person. Finish the meal off with homemade pumpkin pie with apple cinnamon ice cream...and whiskey, of course. Call -713-465-2901 to make your reservations
The Nutcracker Market is coming back to the NRG Center from November 13 through 16. The shopping wonderland, which features more than 325 national and international vendors offering everything from home décor, apparel and jewelry to gourmet food and garden items, always has some killer artisan fare. Tickets are $16 at the door ($15 pre-purchased) and are good for one day admission. See here for more details.
EaDO Beerworks, an up and coming microbrewery with plans to open its taps in January 2015, is hosting a "getting to know you" meeting featuring food and beer pairings on Saturday, November 15 at 6:30 p.m. Head to START Houston (1121 Delano) to learn more about the brewing process, meet other local beer geeks, and taste beer pairings with locally-made food; like chocolates from Cacao & Cardamom with the brewery's Tiny Bear Porter; and Red Onion Café's pineapple salsa with their Domesticated Monkey Wheat Beer.
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