Emilio Shivers at Mock Crest Tavern

Join Mock Crest Tavern in welcoming Emilio Shivers this Thursday, July 24th, at 8:30 p.m.

Emilio Shivers

Emilio Shivers

If you enjoy Phillip Phillips, Jason Mraz, Jack Johnson, Augustana and Coldplay you are sure to enjoy this Singer Songwriter  and his acoustic alternative songs.

Emilio Shivers is originally from the small town of Silverton, Oregon, and is very passionate about writing and playing music. He finds inspiration on a personal level, but also allows and encourages his fans to become apart of his music.

Visit Reverbnation to hear his tunes, videos and more.

Roy Smallwood  hosts Quizzy Trivia Sunday evening at 6:30 p.m. It’s a great way to cool off, have a beer and meet new people. Here’s a bit of trivia for you until then.

  • L’Esprit de Courvoisier, a cognac made from brandies distilled between 1802 (yes, during the time of Napoleon Bonaparte!) and 1931, sells for $350 per shot (1 and 1/2 ounces). Cognac is a brandy made from white wine grapes grown in the small region of Cognac in southwestern France.

 

  • To show that their moonshine has high alcohol content and is also free of potentially deadly contaminants commonly found in the illegal product, moonshiners sometimes pour some of theirs on a stump and light it. A clear blue flame indicates high-proof. Any other colors within the flame indicates that it is contaminated. Why do people buy unpleasant tasting and potentially deadly moonshine? Because legally produced distilled spirits products are very heavily taxed, thus dramatically increasing their cost to the consumer.

 

  • The World’s Oldest Brewery – Weihenstephan BreweryWeihenstephan Brewery in Bavaria, Germany is the world’s longest continually operating brewery, and has been up and running since 768 AD. The brewery produces mostly pale lagers and wheat beers and is a state of the art beer production facility, as well as a center for learning. The brewery is now co-operated with Technische Universität München (Munich University of Technology) [Wikipedia]. Weihenstephan Abbey

Have a great week and we’ll see ya there!

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