Craft Beer Lovers! QC Beer Club Meets at Armored Gardens This Weekend
Ever try to talk to your wife about a new beer you've been enjoying? Then you know the pained look on her face and darting eyes trying to find a way out of the conversation.
That doesn't happen with other beer nerds!
QC Beer Club gathers at a local brewery or craft beer ally on the second Saturday of each month to talk beer. There is usually a bottle share where you bring a few of your favorite brews to share with other beer lovers to enjoy.
I talked to Brandon Mavis, the host of the event and owner of Craft QC, about the big event this month:
This Saturday, it's the group's first time visiting Armored Gardens in Downtown Davenport. I am super stoked to get the beer club here. I have enjoyed the craft beverage options and food from AG for years, and glad I could connect with Dan and his crew to host QCBC in February. I am sure there might be a couple of the 100 options on tap that I will be interested in trying.We'll have $1 off beers during our meetup. We have some great giveaways this month including tickets to a few craft beer centered events coming up. And we'll have gift cards and AG merch to raffle off. Plus, we'll be there over the lunch hour so I know I'm going to grab one of the QC's best burgers.It's going to be a great time, join the club!
Join the QC Beer Club now for just $10 a month or buy a membership for someone this year. It makes for a great birthday or anniversary present!
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Many times over the years, I'll be talking with friends about years gone by and I'll say "take me back".
Every generation goes through this, I assume. Looking back at a more simple time where responsibilities haven't set in and life seems fun. Opportunities are endless.
Let's go back to the 1990's to Wacky Waters, 50 Cent Beer night and revisit Mallards Mania!
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