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Friday, June 5, 2015

The Cloak and Blaster celebrates first anniversary with Funky Buddha tap takeover tomorrow, June 6

Posted By on Fri, Jun 5, 2015 at 3:47 PM

click image Cloak and Blaster gives you a +1 to all saving throws vs. sobriety.
  • Cloak and Blaster gives you a +1 to all saving throws vs. sobriety.

Whether you're Team Trek or in the Star Wars Set, the self-proclaimed "gaming pub for geeks," The The Cloak & Blaster, is celebrating its 12-month mark with the help of South Florida's Funky Buddha Brewery tomorrow starting at 6 p.m.

Expect nine kegs of FBB's brews, including some top-shelf suds like:
  • Last Snow
  • Nib Smuggler
  • I'm So Excited, I'm So Scared
  • Dread Pirate Roberts
  • Raspberry Floridian
  • Big Guava Jelly Blonde
  • Crusher IPA
  • Hop Gun 
The kegs are guaranteed to get snatched up quicker than a protocol droid at auction, so grab your polyhedral dice and head over before the sun goes down to take advantage of exclusive food specials, swag and giveaways.



Come for the beer, stay for the MarioKart.

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