Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Spend Your Thursday Night with Golden Boots, Ramen and Beer

Posted By on Tue, Feb 24, 2015 at 10:52 AM

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If you're already pining for the weekend, you can consider getting it all started a little early on Thursday when Tap & Bottle offers up the ultimate triple threat: free local music, a ramen food truck and an encyclopedic stock of craft beer.

Starting at 5 p.m., Fat Noodle food truck will be slinging bowls of slurpable noodley goodness and maybe even a ramen burger or two out in front of Tap & Bottle. Then at 8:30 p.m. on the inside of the beer and wine bar, you can catch Tucson's electro indie band with alt country tendencies Golden Boots.


Of course, you'll have your pick of Tap & Bottle brews, including, maybe if you're lucky, a pint of Ten Fifty-Five's re-released Sugar Skull stout or some of the super rare Arizona Wilderness beer that was tapped on Saturday. If those kegs run dry before Thursday, Feb. 26, they'll have something else tasty to sip when you start your (early) weekend off right at 403 N. 6th Ave.

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