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Monday, October 26, 2020

Ravenous Pig and Bungalower unveil new beer collab at a movie screening this week

Posted By on Mon, Oct 26, 2020 at 9:20 AM

click image PHOTO COURTESY RAVENOUS PIG BREWING CO./FACEBOOK
  • Photo courtesy Ravenous Pig Brewing Co./Facebook
Bungalower and Ravenous Pig are teaming up this week for a Star Trek-themed dinner-and-a-movie affair at the Pig's new beer garden.

Be warned for the faint of heart: You'll most likely be assailed left and right by hammy screams of "Khannnnnnnnn!" in homage to the great thespian Shatner.



On Tuesday, Oct. 27 at 6 p.m., Ravenous Pig and Bungalower are unveiling the fruits of their collaboration on a new beer – “Klingonberry Blood Ale” – over a pot roast dinner.

But to firmly underline the Trekkie vibes of this new spirit, they'll be screening 1982's Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, and all in all it's a great excuse to quaff some Klingonberry, wander the new beer garden at the Pig, and marvel at Ricardo Montalbán's sublime hair and costuming in this film.

Tickets for the evening can be purchased here.



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