Boots n’ Honey

Boots n’ Honey perform on Thursday, November 15th at 8 p.m. at the tavern. Boots n’ Honey and Jane Derringer are a 2012 version of Johnny Cash and June carter. With original tunes, their acoustic rock n roll, ballads, country and blues music deliver a New York edge and bite. Boots n’ Honey deliver the rock n’ roll that you’re craving!
What’s pouring at Mock Crest Tavern?
  1. HUB DOA (deluxe organic ale)
  2. Budweiser
  3. Double Mountain IRA
  4. Deschutes Jubelale
  5. Pabst
  6. Lagunitas IPA
  7. Deschutes Mirror Pond
  8. Coors Light

HUB DOA, brewed in Portland, Oregon, from Hopworks Urban Brewing. It packs three strong punches in its malt, hops, and smooth alcohol. HUB DOA is a dark amber with 55 IBU and 6.9% ABV for 22 Oz.

Lagunitas IPA is an India pale ale that blends 43 different hops and 65 various malts. This beer offers citrus flavors of grapefruit and lemon, mild strawberry and a grassy, earthy flavor. ABV 5.7%  and IBU 45.6

Deschutes Mirror Pond uses the Cascade variety of hops, but it also offers grassy and floral notes. The beer is light-bodied, with a focus on hop bitterness and a background of pale and caramel malt. ABV 5.0% and IBU of 40.

Deschutes Jubelale returned in October for its 25th season. Enjoy this spicy, malty, hoppy brew that’s a winter seasonal favorite. It’s  labeling and packaging art feature the work of a different local artist each year. The 2012 label is a compilation of art over the last 25 years.

 

Sneakin’ Out on Friday Night

Sneakin’ Out performs Friday night, October 26th, at Mock Crest Tavern. This group is known for its acoustic and alternative sounds.

David Gerow  plays the mandolin, Don Henson on percussion, and Mike Cheddar Schmitt  is on bass. They met on a musical project in Flint, Michigan where  David is originally from. Don and Mike were guest musicians from Portland, and after meeting continuously at several music events, they formed their group.

Sneakin’ Out has opened for famous singers including kd lang, John Jorgenson and Pink Martini. They also released their CD, Train Wreck that is available to listen to and purchase on My Space. Apperances also include KOPBs LiveWire and KMHDs Home Grown.   Check them out at  Band.http://www.myspace.com/sneakinout.

The Blueprints, a Mock Crest favorite, perform Saturday at 9 p.m.  They perform a mix of Americana/Blues and R&B. Members include: Claes Almroth, EmmaLee Almroth, Chris Bond, Steve Dion,  and Emery Wilson. You can listen to their music on Reverbnation.  Additional songs are on myspace, including “Everything is Free Now” and “Wait On Time.”

Fall has arrived and so has the rain and their isn’t a better way to stay warm and dry than with your friends at MCT.

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Last Days of August

Erik Vanderwall is returning to Mock Crest on Thursday, August 30th, at 7 p.m. with his classical blues sound. His truly soothing sound melts away the stress of the work week. Enjoy a Jolly Green Giant, and the summer weather before we move into September.

David Brothers

David Brothers and his band bring the Americana Blues to the tavern Friday, August 31st at 9 p.m. Here’s a few quotes that will speak for themselves. “Guitar Playing is Masterful and Precise, song writing is brilliant.”… Blues Notes Magazine

…”An Americana testament that would bring a smile to folk/bluegrass legend Doc Watson”… New Haven Advocate

Visit here to listen to a few tunes before Friday evening.

Sidestreet Reny performs September 1st, at 9 p.m. The band consists of two members, Reny and Bell, who have played together for 14 years. Their sound brings a blend of bluesy funk  pre-war blues, roots and folk music birthing their own sound. They’re sure to pack the house with their unique sound, mixing a touch of reggae when you’re least expecting it. Reny’s raspy voice is strongly complimented with Bell’s smooth and melodic sound. “Money Blues” became a fast fave of mine, and “Fade” a close second.

Sidestreet Reny

Listen to their tunes at Reverb Nation.

As August comes to a close, the rush of back to school, and the holidays around the corner, take some time to relax and kick back. Treat yourself to some great tunes and music, and let me know if you tried your hand at the lottery machine.

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