TUES-THURS 5:00PM-12:00AM* // FRI & SAT 11:30AM-1:00AM* // SUN 10:30AM-12:00AM*
MONDAY CLOSED! // *KITCHEN CLOSES 10PM

Saturday, December 28, 2013

WE'RE IN A TIME ZONE, TIME ZONE, TIME ZONE

Tuesday, December 31st
TIME ZONE/TIME WARP NEW YEARS
Open TIL 1am with a Time Zone party. We'll celebrate by featuring a special on a beer from that time zone. It's slightly convoluted but that's our style. We're your best futuristic outfit and...
$3.00 Beers:
EST at 8pm - East Cost beer til....9pm
CST at 9pm - Central beer til....10pm
MST at 10pm - Mountain beer til....11pm
PST at 11pm - West Cost beer til....Midnight
Kitchen will be open til 10pm

BTW we will open at 5pm with our weekly $3 beers for 3 hours deal. So, that's $3 beers from 5-8pm. Then, it's a different $3 beer every hour throughout the night.

Wednesday, January 1st
NEW YEARS DAY = CLOSED



Tuesday, December 17, 2013

THE HOLIDAYS ARE HERE



T1T1 HOLIDAY SCHEDULE
XMAS EVE: CLOSED
XMAS: CLOSED
NEW YEARS EVE: OPEN 11:30am-1am
NEW YEARS DAY: CLOSED

Tuesday, December 24th
XMAS EVE
Closed

Wednesday, December 25th
XMAS DAY
Closed

Tuesday, December 31st
TIME ZONE NEW YEARS
Open TIL 1am with a Time Zone party. We'll celebrate by featuring a special on a beer from that time zone. It's slightly convoluted but that's our style. We're your best futuristic outfit and...
$3.00 Beers:
EST at 8pm - East Cost beer til....
CST at 9pm - Central beer til....
MST at 10pm - Mountain beer til....
PST at 11pm - West Cost beer til....
Kitchen will be open. 

Wednesday, January 1st
NEW YEARS DAY

Closed!!!

Thursday, December 5, 2013

WIN A VIRTUE BIKE FOR XMAS

Actually, there will be three bikes for you to choose from. 
The Virtue One, Virtue Curve 1 or Virtue Ortho.
Win and choose.
Cheers.

Tuesday, December 3, 2013

CIDER TASTING + Q&A

Wandering Aengus and Anthem's Todd Hutchen will be in town this week, so we're throwing together a cider tasting on the back patio at Tiger!Tiger! For $15, guests will get six tasters all the while learning about ciders in this interactive experience. This is limited to 25 people.

The following will be served in six ounce glasses on draught: Anthem Apple, Anthem Pear, Wandering Aengus Wanderlust, Anthem Cherry, Anthem Hop & Anthem Chili

Plus, you will get small tastes of the Wandering Aengus Bloom and Wandering Aengus Wickson, which are not available to us on draft, but rather will be shared from the bottle. The latter is a dry and tart cider not readily available. This is a great opportunity to taste the different notes in these two lines of Oregon ciders and learn about them to boot.

Buy tickets for CIDER TASTING + Q&A

Wandering Aengus: http://www.wanderingaengus.com/wordpress/
Anthem: http://anthemcider.com/

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Tiger!Tiger! & Sierra Nevada Chefs Collab


We have a really fun exciting event this evening. Our own Chef Sharon Wilson has collaborated with Sierra Nevada Brewing Company Executive Chef Michael Iles to present a "drop-in" Beer Pairing Dinner, starting tonight (Thursday) at 5pm. 

No Reservations. 
No Prix Fixe. 
Each course will be sold individually. 
These are not small portions.
We strongly encourage sharing.

*If you're interested in learning about Sierra Nevada's committment to sustainability in both their restaurant and brewery, check out this article, or this report, or this story. And Chef Michael brought the beef and other local-to-him ingredients.

Tiger!Tiger! & Sierra Nevada Brewing Company Collab Dinner
THE MENU

APPETIZERS

Kellerweiss.4L 4.8%
Unfiltered Bavarian Wheat with Fruity Aroma and Notes of Spicy Clove and Banana Bread.
Paired With
Gold Beet Salad, Satsuma Tangerine, Pistachios, Kellerweiss Vinaigrette, Laura Chenel Goat Cheese, Citra Hops Salt and Local Greens $14 w/ .4L beer
(Vegan without cheese)

Big Foot 2011 .25L 10%
Vintage 2011 Barelewine with Bittersweet Malt and Whole-Cone Pacific Northwest Hops.
Paired With
Blue D'aurgene Tartlet with Honey Malt Pastry, Seckle Pear, Cranberry, Potato and Smoked Walnut Salad $11.50 w/ .25L beer

MAIN

Narwhal .25L 10.2%
Imperial Stout with Deep Malt Flavor, Rich Notes of Espresso, Baker's Cocoa, Roasted Grain and a Light Hint of Smoke.
Paired With
Three Narwhal Braised Sierra Nevada Short Rib Sliders, Creme Fraiche, Crispy Shallots, and Arugula served on House-Made Buns $17.50 w/ .25L beer

DESSERT

Cask Conditioned Celebration Ale .25L 6.8%
Intense Citrus and Pine Aromas, Featuring Cascade, Centennial and Chinook Hops.
Paired With
Chef Michael's Whiskey Soaked Wild Cherry Chocolate Brownie with Celebration Creme Anglaise, Malted Chocolate Sauce and Vanilla Ice Cream $9.5 w/ .25L beer

We hope to see you there tonight!

Thursday, November 14, 2013

Generic Draught Beer Growlers


JOIN THE GENERIC GROWLER MOVEMENT TODAY!


Governor Signs CCBA Bill into Law!
Governor Jerry Brown today signed into law AB 647, the CCBA sponsored bill authored by Assemblymember Wes Chesbro. This bill makes three separate changes to the state statute (we're mostly interested in the 1st change):

Amends the definition of beer manufacturer
Changes the regulations regarding the labeling of refilled growlers
Allows regional guilds and the CCBA to sample beer at association and guild meetings.

Below are the details of these changes. More information can also be found on our web site.

1) The CCBA supports current labeling law that requires a brewery to “obscure” information from another brewery on a container before refilling and selling it. We believe it is important that when a consumer takes home a container of beer that the container (growler, bottle or keg) be accurately labeled with the name of the brewery and the beer inside the container. In some cases, breweries were simply putting a growler into a brown paper bag to “obscure” the previous label and then putting their label on the bag to meet the current requirements. When the consumer walked out the door, they would often take the growler out of the bag, and the growler was then improperly labeled. The growler was labeled as being from Brewery A, but had beer in it from Brewery B. If you were Brewery A, you now had your growler with your name on it with beer in it from another brewery. The ABC had no way to enforce this under current statute. AB 647 adds simple language to B&P code section 25200(c), which states that the previous label must be completely obscured in a manner “not readily removable by the consumer….” Additionally, some breweries were obscuring the name of the previous brewery but not the logo or text from the previous brewery. AB 647 adds that “any information concerning any beer previously packaged in the container, including the information regarding the manufacturer and bottler of such beer, or any associated trademarks must be removed, or completely obscured.” Please read the CCBA Growler Clarification for complete details and best practices on growler refills.


PICK UP YOUR GENERIC DRAUGHT BEER GROWLER AT
TIGER!TIGER OR BLIND LADY ALE HOUSE TODAY!


Saturday, November 9, 2013

SDBW - THE LAST DAY

SUNDAY, NOV 10TH

• BRUNCH & BARRELS 10:30AM
We're rolling out the rest of the barrels. Watch for us posting a list on facebook as things firm up.


• BIG BBQ 4PM
IT'S BACK. AFTER BRUNCH CREW WE WILL CLOSE KITCHEN AND BBQ ON BACK PATIO. End brunch at 4, but last call for food at  3:30. BBQ starts at 4pm.  
Rough menu of house-made, sausage, ribs, or grilled veggies with a one side and grilled bread. Sides options may be baked beans, potato salad, greens, or slaw (not sure yet). As usual, subject to change.
Grill is provided by Rox Outdoor. They've got a shop over on Park Boulevard and the build amazing custom grills. http://roxoutdoor.com/


Saturday, October 26, 2013

MORE SDBW DETAILS ARE HERE!!

Sign up for our T!T!/BLAH/AUTO mailing list to get even more info.


GUEST BREWERS & BEER EDUCATION:Our theme for this year is GUEST BREWERS & BEER EDUCATION. All events feature non-local breweries (except keg haul & Automatic) and will be about education in some way...kinda.


PATIO EVENTS NOTES: All patio events will be limited to 24 people. They will be guided tastings hosted by the brewer with education, story telling, snacks and some free stuff (glassware? schwag? exta beers? who knows!). Advance tickets will be available through Brown Paper Tickets very very soon. So keep checking back.


THURSDAY, OCT 31 – HALLOWEEN

Automatic Ghost Town Brown release. By the glass and growlers!!!


AleSmith Evil Dead Red, Hangar 24 Gourdgeous & Taps Pumpkin Ale
B&W Classic Horror Movies on the BIG screen. NO SOUND!!!! JUST THE HORROR!!!!


FRIDAY, NOV 1ST

Automatic Good (Red or) Amber release. By the glass & growler!!


• IPA BAR – DOUBLE MTN BEERS: New to San Diego in Draught. We're super excited about hosting this event. Every time we head north we search out Double Mtn and are never disappointed. These beers will be served starting at 6pm on the back patio.
Beers: Kolsch, Double Mountain Hop Lava, IRA, Vaporizer (all in inventory)


SATURDAY, NOV 2ND

CIDER TASTING Anthem/Wandering Aengus
11:30am - til they're gone!
Six different ciders from Anthem/Wandering Aengus: Anthem Apple, Anthem Pear, Anthem Cherry (Tart Pie and Sweet Bing Cherries sharpen Anthem Cider’s tartness and add a rich background of a dark woody bark undertone. Semi-Dry. Medium Tart. 5.0% to 6.9% ABV. GLUTEN FREE), Wandering Aengus “Wanderlust” (Orchards: Hood River & Culver, OR Semi-Dry and tart “warm ginger tone” Pairings: BBQ, Pork, or Cheddar ABV 7.5%), Wandering Aengus “Bloom” (Orchards: Hood River & Culver, OR Sweet and fruit forward “hints of tropical fruit” Pairings: Spicy food or on its own ABV 6.0-7.0%), Anthem Hops (Anthem Cider’s tribute to the Northwest’s love of hops, Anthem Hops is a gluten free cider dry hopped with Oregon grown Cascade hops for over three weeks. The result is a light lagerish cider with all the beautiful citrus and floral aromas of Cascade hops with a only slight bitterness on the finish. Shy of Dry. Mild Tart. 10 IBU. 5.5% to 6.9% ABV. GLUTEN FREE & Anthem Chilis (description coming soon).

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MEET THE BREWER: 
AUTOMATIC BREWING CO 6PM
An intimate event on the patio as the brewer presents and discusses their beers. The 6pm tasting will be limited to 24 people. 
Keeper Glass: First beer served in AUTOMATIC KEEPER GLASS .5L
Beers: Flying Ace IPA, Super Duper, BossMan, Barrel-Aged The Darkest Thing from the beer engine. 
PURCHASE ADVANCE TICKETS: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/507794

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SUNDAY, NOV 3RD

•BRUNCH & BARRELS 10:30AM
Barrel Aged Mini-Fest! Automatic BA Darkest Thing, North Coast Old Rasputin XV, Avery Jacob Stout, Allagash Bourbon Black, FSW Double DBA, FSW Bravo, Stone Tiger Cub aged in white wine barrels, GF Black Freak

FOOD: As usual we will have our famous Fried Chicken on a Biscuit, House-Made Doughnuts, Biscuits & gravy, and we're planning on making Allagash Bourbon-BarrelI Glaze Sweet Potatoes as a special.


MONDAY, NOV 4TH

•BEER HUNTER: THE MOVIE
Yep, it’s back. A very special SDBW presentation of Beer Hunter: The Movie
Bar open. Kitchen closed. Food by SD TACO COMPANY.
Doors open 6pm. Movie at 7pm-ish.
FREE!


TUESDAY, NOV 5TH

Inside Event: Almanac Brewing Food/Beer Pairings 5pm-?
Jesse & Jason from Almanac will be there along with the CA Craft Distributors team.
PAIRINGS: Gose with a Camabert Cheese Spread & Toast (appetizer). Beir de Chocolate with Mocha Creme Brulee.

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MEET THE BREWER: 
GOLDEN ROAD 6PM
An intimate event on the patio as the brewer presents and discusses their beers. The 6pm tasting will be limited to 24 people. 
Keeper glass: Golden Road Willis
Beer: Cabrillo Kolsch (Served in Willi), Point the Way, Better Weather & Brandy Hudson 
PURCHASE ADVANCE TICKETS:
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/507812
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WEDNESDAY, NOV 6TH

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MEET THE BREWER/OWNER:
• NINKASI 6PM
An intimate event on the patio as the brewer presents and discusses their beers. The 6pm tasting will be limited to 24 people. 
keeper glass: YES.
HISTORY, NOT JUST HOPS…tasting with Jamie & Nikos (the owners)
These beer represent a nice portfolio of unique yet exceptionally balanced beers that aren’t just hops! Pravda Bohemian Pils, Oatis, Believer, Tricerahops
PURCHASE ADVANCE TICKETS
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/507838
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THURSDAY, NOV 7TH

MAYBE FIRESTONE MEDAL WINNERS EVENT W/ PIVO KEEPER GLASS
Flights of 3 Gold Medal Beers: Pivo, Union Jack & Wookey Jack.
The 1st 100 people to order a Pivo Pils will get it in a keeper Pivo Pils glass. These things are beautiful!!


• INSIDE EVENT: FLYING DOG SHOWCASE 5pm
Beers: Gonzo Nitro, Double Dog NItro, Pumpernickel IPA, St. Eadmans, Belgian Devil.
With Beer Braised Pork Rillettes pairing. Yum.




FRIDAY, NOV 8TH
PROGRESSIVE BEERS GONE WILD 11:30AM
$2 til 2pm, $3 til 3pm, $4 til 4pm
We're going to use this to clear out some awesome beers that have to got to make room for more awesomeness.

BLAH KEG HAUL:
Meet for a beer at 11:30 and hit the road by Noon-ish.
EVER SEE SOMEONE TRY TO CARRY A WATERMELON ON A BIKE? WELL, JOIN US AS WE CARRY A BUNCH OF KEGS FROM PP OB BACK TO TIGER TO TAP!!!

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MEET THE BREWER/OWNER:
• HANGAR 24 6PM
An intimate event on the patio as the brewer presents and discusses their beers. The 6pm tasting will be limited to 24 people. 
Keeper Glass: first beer served in keeper tulip
Brewer, Kevin will be hosting this event.
Beers: Orange Wheat, Columbus IPA, Gourdgeous, Immelmann. 
PURCHASE ADVANCE TICKETS:
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/507844

On tap inside: Alt, Hullabaloo, Amarillo Pale Ale, Polycot
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SATURDAY, NOV 9TH

SIERRA NEVADA SHOWCASE INSIDE BAR 11:30AM
keeper glass: we’ll have keeper nonics. details coming soon.
beers: Jack & Ken, Barrel Aged Ruthless, Torpedo Cask, Narwhal, Ovila Belgian Golden, Belgian Black IPA, DevESTATEtion Ale and Imperial Red Ale


DAYTIME EVENT: HOPS W/ THE HOMEBREWER NOON
Join George from The Homebrewer to taste & discuss hops. 
4-5 different hops steeped separately that attendees can mix and match with their beer. We will have a few graduated one ounce shot glasses, so people can make their perfect hop blend. Price will cover your seat, hops and base beer. 
1st Session SOLD OUT:
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/507852
2ns Session ADDED at 2pm:
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/510666


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MEET THE BREWER/OWNER:
FIGUEROA MTN 6PM
An intimate event on the patio as the brewer presents and discusses their beers. The 6pm tasting will be limited to 24 people.
Brewer, AJ (maybe) and Kevin will be there to present & discuss
Beers on patio: Pilsner, Davey Brown (GABF Gold 2013!), Hoppy Poppy, Stagecoach Stout (GABF Gold 2013!)
PURCHASE ADVANCE TICKETS:
http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/507857

Also on tap inside
: Danish Red, Hurricane Deck This line-up might change and possibly Lizards Mouth IIPA, NZ Pils & NZ Pale.
 
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SUNDAY, NOV 10TH

• BRUNCH & BARRELS 10:30AM
The rest of the barrels


• BIG BBQ 4PM
IT'S BACK. AFTER BRUNCH CREW WE WILL CLOSE KITCHEN AND BBQ ON BACK PATIO. End brunch at 4, but last call for food at  3:30. BBQ starts at 4pm.  
Rough menu of house-made, sausage, ribs, or grilled veggies with a one side and grilled bread. Sides options may be baked beans, potato salad, greens, or slaw (not sure yet). As usual, subject to change.
Grill is provided by Rox Outdoor. They've got a shop over on Park Boulevard and the build amazing custom grills. http://roxoutdoor.com/



Tuesday, October 15, 2013

SDBW...OH SNAP


Working on our SDBW list for Tiger!Tiger! and BLAH. So far we're looking at events with Double Mountain, Automatic, Greenflash, Golden Road, Ninkasi, Craftsman, Hangar 24, Figueroa Mtn and more.

Monday, October 14, 2013

Eater 38

Eater San Diego has updated their Eater 38 list, a list of 38 places you need to eat at, and it's awesome to see both BLAH and Tiger!Tiger! on the list. Cheers that!
  • Hi again, it's time to update the Eater 38, your answer and ours to any question that begins, "Can you recommend a restaurant...?" This specially selected group covers much of the city, spans myriad cuisines, and aims to collectively satisfy all of your restaurant needs. Every few of months, we'll be adding worthy restaurants that were omitted, have newly become eligible (restaurants must be open at least six months), or have stepped up their game.
  • This curated survey of the San Diego food landscape runs the gamut from the farm-to-table icon, A. R. Valentien in La Jolla to an instant classic, North Park's Carnitas' Snack Shack. There's a good number of Japanese entries (a cuisine that San Diego does pretty well), some neighborhood stalwarts (Urban Solace, Alchemy, Cafe Chloe), and a few gems that you may not have tried (Aqui es Texcoco, Wine Vault & Bistro).
  • In this installment, we add in three San Diego eateries that deserve inclusion: Prepkitchen's bustling outpost in Little Italy, the craft beer and food hotspot Tiger!Tiger! and the charming Fathom Bistro, Bait & Tackle perched on a Shelter Island pier.
  • Restaurants are listed in no particular order.


Thursday, October 10, 2013

2xIPA FLIGHT THIS SATURDAY


15 + 10.25 + 17 = Crazy Hoppy!
Port - Hop 15
Stone - Enjoy by 10.25
Coronado - 17th Anniversary
We'll start flights of three 6oz at 11:30am on Saturday and they'll go 'til they're gone.

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

THANKS FOR TWO GREAT YEARS

Thanks for helping make September pretty awesome. It's been an exciting 24 months on the BLVD and we're looking forward to year number three. We still have some 2nd Anniv Shirts, Glasses and Hats available. There are also limited numbers of Women's Oktigerfest as well as Men's & Women's Will Powered IPA T's. Cheers to Two Years!


Wednesday, September 4, 2013

T!T! TURNS 2!2!


Now on to our Anniversary...
WE ARE TWO!TWO!
TIGER!TIGER! ANNIVERSARY HAPPENINGS in SEPTEMBER
Check our Facebook page for details on the following:

9/1 - BARREL-AGED DARKEST THING every Sunday paired w/ Doughnuts

9/5 - CRAFTSMAN TASTING: SUMMER SUMAC, CABERNALE, ANGELINO-WEISSE & MORE

9/7 - AUTOMATIC WILL POWER BIG CAT EDITION Release!

9/9 - THE OTHER 'F' WORD SCREENING @ Tiger!Tiger!, Doors open at 6PM, Taco Truck on the back patio. Check out the Facebook event page HERE.

9/10 - US vs. MEXICO MEN'S SOCCER, on the big screen, 5pm

Thu 9/12 - DOGFISH HEAD 270 (60 + 90 + 120). That's 270 minutes of continual hopping for just $11. These beers will be served as a flight starting at 5pm. 120 will be available in the flight only. No individual pours of 120.

Fri-Sat 9/13-14 - SAN DIEGO MUSIC & BEER THING All local music & all local beer all Friday & Saturday with special music playlist curated by Tim Pyles of FM94/9. Tim will be playing the music on Saturday the 14th from noon-3pm. Get in early for local food, local beers and some local music before the shows on Saturday.
With release of Automatic _____ Thing (coriander, salt, orange peel, hops...)

Sun 9/15 - BARREL-AGED MINI FEST 4 different flights of Barrel-Aged Beers (3 per flight).
  • Firestone Walker Parabola, Double DBA, Bravo
  • Hangar 24 Hammerhead, Tailspin, Pugachev's Cobra
  • Russian River Temptation, New Belgium Lafolie, Logsdon Oak Bretta
  • New English BA Brown, Old Rasputin XV, Avery Uncle Jacob's
  • Barrel-Aged Automatic Darkest Thing will also be on tap.

Thu 9/19 - TOUR DE FAT pre party w/ rare beers and glass giveaway (probably at 8pm)

Fri 9/20 - NINKASI food/beer pairings and DRINKABOUT and

Sat-Sun 9/21-22 - OKTIGERFEST with $18 steins of AUTOBIERSCH Folks Fest Bier (collaboration with Doug Hasker of Gordon Biersch) and $8 re-fills. Oh, and Oktigerfest T's!

Thu 9/26 - TREASURE CHEST - GreenFlash Treasure Chest w/ glass giveaway.

Fri 9/27 - IPA BAR GRAND OPENING, invite only - psst - YOU'RE INVITED!

Sat 9/28 - TOUR DE FAT, TOUR DE CAT

Sun 9/29 - BARREL-AGED DARKEST THING paired w/ Doughnuts

* At some point over the course of the month we will also have our ANNIVERSARY GLASS GIVEAWAY. Keep your eyes peeled to FB and Twitter.
* Since we are TWO, every Tuesday we celebrate with $3 beers  - ha ha, not $2. And oh, we do that every Tuesday, even in August and October and May.

Stay gold, Ponyboy. 

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

TURNING TWO


TIGER!TIGER! is almost TWO!TWO!
But before we get to the list of exciting events, there are a few days left in August to attend to. Starting with this Thursday...

Thursday, August 29
    TIGER!TIGER! :: FIRESTONE WALKER LATE-NIGHT MEET THE BREWER
After Matt Brynildson, brewer at Firestone-Walker, three-time winner America's Mid-Size Brewer of the Year, steps is as guest teacher at Lee's UCSD Brewing class, he will head over to Tiger!Tiger! around 9:45pm. Come share a pint with the man who made it. We will start the glass giveaway at 8pm! Wait - A glass giveaway, too? Yep. While supplies last. On hand will be a nice wide selection of Firestone's hopper beers served in appropriate keeper glassware!
Saturday, August 31
    TIGER!TIGER :: SIERRA NEVADA MINI FLIGHT FEAT. BEER CAMP BEERS
Three beer flight featuring two of their cool Beer Camp beers - a double red and a Belgian black IPA - plus Hoptimum. Taste them all for one price. Starts at 11:30am when we open. 
Sunday, September 1
    TIGER!TIGER! :: DAY ONE of our 2nd ANNIVERSARY with BARREL-AGED DARKEST THING YOU HAVE BRUNCH
Our own Automatic Brewing Darkest Thing has been barrel-aged. We will tap it with brunch (doughnuts!), starting at 10:30am. We plan on doing this each Sunday of our the month of September. 
Monday, September 2 
     LABOR DAY and we are CLOSED - NO MONDAY MOVIE @ TIGER!
Tuesday, September 3 
    TIGER!TIGER! :: US vs MEXICO WOMEN'S SOCCER GAME on BIG SCREEN, 5pm
Hey, do YOU play soccer? If so, our co-ed Tiger!Tiger! team is still in need of a goalie and a few women players. Interested? Email Team Mom, Adrienne.


Thursday, August 22, 2013

BEERS, TACOS & MOVIES

IMPORTANT NOTE: These are movie nights. Please come ready to shut up and watch. The bar will be open the entire night, but we'll try to keep it down. There will be a brief beermission somewhere midway through the presentation for everyone to grab another beer and/or pee.
(Back & Front Patios will be open to non-moviegoers)

9/2 NO MOVIE: It's Labor Day. Go picnic!


9/9 THE OTHER F WORD
What happens when a generation's ultimate anti-authoritarians -- punk rockers-- become society's ultimate authorities -- dad's? With a large chorus of Punk Rock's leading men - Blink-182's Mark Hoppus, Red Hot Chili Peppers' Flea, Rise Against's Tim McIlrath- The Other F Word follows, Jim Lindberg, 20-year veteran of skate punk band, Pennywise, on his hysterical and moving journey from belting his band's anthem, 'Fuck Authority', to embracing his ultimately pivotal authoritarian role in mid-life, fatherhood.
Watch the trailer: 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zZkWHZ3hJtY
Doors: 6pm
Movie: A little after 7pm
Bar: Open 6-10pm
Food: Tacos on the back patio by San Diego Taco Company

THIS IS LOOKING LIKE THE END OF OUR SUMMER MOVIE SERIES!!!
Putting together this lineup has been a ton of work and we're both sad and happy to see it ending. Hopefully we'll bring it back next summer, but also watch for more Monday Movies happening randomly.

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PAST MOVIES

7/8 BONES BRIGADE: An AutobiographyWATCH THE TRAILER
FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE When six teenage boys came together as a skateboarding team in the 1980s, they reinvented not only their chosen sport but themselves too - as they evolved from insecure outsiders to the most influential athletes in the field.
Director: Stacy Peralta
Stars: Tony Alva, Steve Caballero, Fred Durst, Tommy Guerrero, Tony Hawk, Christian Hosoi, Mike McGill, Lance Mountain, Rodney Mullen, Stacy Peralta, George Powell ...

7/15 BEER HUNTER: The Movie
WATCH THE TRAILER
FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE
"Beer Hunter" is a documentary film about the beloved and influential beer and whiskey journalist Michael Jackson. His books on beer and whiskey have sold millions of copies, and his 1993 Discovery Channel television series, "The Beer Hunter", inspired countless brewers and beer enthusiasts and literally helped shape the course of the craft brewing revolution sweeping the world. 
With the last kegs of Automatic/Port Beer Hunter collaboration

7/22 BREW MASTERS Series with DogFish Head Flights
We'll be showing most, if not all, of the Brew Masters Series which aired on the Discovery Channel. The show may have been cancelled, but we have them on DVD and we're going to share them w/ whomever wants to watch.
We'll also have a bunch of DFH Beers on tap.
Black & Blue, Festina Peche, Noble Rot, Sahtea, My Antonia, Theobroma, 61min, 60min & more.
WATCH THE TRAILER
http://vimeo.com/45295483

7/29 NOT BAD: From the makers of Anthill Films
This is a tale of epic adventure. A tale of seven brave riders who set out from the four corners of the globe to gather together under one roof in a town located at the ends of the earth. A tale with no beginning and no end but where a few things happen in between. Things like eel fights. Yeah that’s right... f’n eel fights. So watch this movie. Why? Because it’s 'Not Bad... 30 days of bicycle tomfoolery in New Zealand'.
WATCH THE TRAILER
http://anthillfilms.com/films/
With bonus screening of FROM THE INSIDE OUT
Food by: PUESTO - Mexican Street Food

8/5 WITH MY OWN TWO WHEELS / SINGLE TRACK HIGH: Double Feature
WITH MY OWN TWO WHEELS
As a tool for development, a simple bicycle can mean transportation, employment, even access to education and healthcare. With My Own Two Wheels weaves together the experiences of five individuals into a single story about how the bicycle can change the world, one pedal stroke at a time.
WATCH THE TRAILER
http://worldbicyclerelief.org/programs/withmyowntwowheels
with a special screening of ...
SINGLE TRACK HIGH
At the age of 16, many American kids trade in two wheels for four. Trusty steeds that once gave them freedom to explore on weekends now collect dust in the garage. For a growing number of high school students in Northern California, however, two wheels don’t get dusty, they get dirty. Their lives continue to revolve around weekend rides, but now those rides have a finish line. These are the student athletes of the NorCal High School Cycling League. This is Singletrack High.
WATCH THE TRAILER

http://vimeo.com/45295483

Food by: Green Truck

8/12 WHAT DID YOU EXPECT: Archers of Loaf (Live Documentary)
"Jeff's Big Fat Indie Rock Birthday Party"
https://www.facebook.com/events/151680985037337/
WHAT DID YOU EXPECT? documents the Archers of Loaf s 2011 reunion tour and captures the excitement and explosive energy of two hometown concerts played at Cat's Cradle in Chapel Hill, NC. Archers of Loaf were the greatest indie rock band of the 90s, says director Gorman Bechard. No one had more energy on stage. No one put out better records. And to be able to capture that power on film was a challenge and a thrill. The film features twenty songs with concert audio produced by the legendary Brian Paulson. Included are favorites such as Audiowhore, Web In Front, and Harnessed In Slums, as well as rarities like Bacteria and All Hail the Black Market. Interspersed between the live performances are interviews with all four band members on subjects ranging from how exactly they came up with what is considered one of the worst band names of all time, to what s changed about life on the road since 1991, and how they actually miss their old van. I wanted the film to be as in-your-face and balls-to-the-wall as the band is on stage, the director explains. We used seven cameras, most hand-held, to make what I truly believe is one of the most exciting concert films of all time. You will feel as if you re at the show, right up against the stage, moving and sweating in unison with the hundreds of fans pressed up against you. WATCH THE TRAILER
http://youtu.be/l2BVXmL7Xhs
Food by: PUESTO - Mexican Street Food

8/19 JUST LIKE BEING THERE: Show Poster Doc
PRESENTED BY SAN DIEGO AIGA w/ Q&A with filmmaker.
In the gig poster community, artists such as Daniel Danger and Jay Ryan prove that creating this artwork is more than just a career, it is a way of life. These artists are at the forefront of the expansion of the gig poster genre. Mondo’s reinvigoration of the film poster as an art form, and Gallery 1988’s theme based exhibits, are only two ways in which the artwork is reaching a greater public. In a community with strong roots, dating back to the 1960's, this expansion is controversial. While refreshing to some, it is sacrilegious to others. MORE INFO
WATCH THIS AWESOME TRAILER
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SY43lztZBSM
or this equally awesome one
http://vimeo.com/29487754#
Food by: SAN DIEGO TACO COMPANY

8/26 JANAPAR: An Epic Cycling Adventure
4 years & 12,000 miles without maps or guidebooks Tom allen cycles & camps his way across three continents.
WATCH THIS AWESOME TRAILER
http://vimeo.com/39529035
or this equally awesome one
How To Shoot Your Own Blockbuster Travel Documentary
Food: Tacos on the back patio by San Diego Taco Company