Summertime haps at the Roadhouse Taproom

JACKSON, WY – Escape the summer heat at the Roadhouse Taproom on Gregory Lane this August. The taproom is hosting a series of events throughout the month – from cribbage tournaments to trivia nights to fly-tying workshops. Enjoy a refreshing beverage and partake in some indoor activities as a respite from the summer madness. Parking at the taproom is limited, so please try to carpool, bike, uber or taxi!

Start your week off with trivia – every Monday night throughout the month. From 7 until 9pm, test your trivia knowledge and enjoy half-priced beers.

Trivia night is every Monday from 7pm-9pm.

Every Friday night, starting tonight August 2 (and except for the 16th) join bartender Andy and a series of guest instructors for a fly-tying workshop from 6-8pm. Classes are free and all skill levels are invited to drop in. Materials will be provided, but folks are encouraged to bring their own vises and tools if possible.

On Wednesday, August 7 head down to the Taproom for a Cribbage Tournament. The tournament is free to enter, but please bring your own boards and cards! Prizes will be available for the winners.

On Wednesday, August 14, the Taproom will host Paints and Pints. Spend the evening celebrating art and beer – sign up here. The session will run from 6-8:30 pm and costs $30 per student. Cost includes your first beer and all art materials.

The following Wednesday (August 21), partake in a Euchre Tournament. The tournament is free and prizes will be awarded to the winners.

If music is more your thing, head over to the Taproom on Wednesday, August 28 for Phish Night where Roadhouse will stream a vintage Phish Show. Pizza is provided. No charge.

Sponsored by:

Roadhouse Brewing Co.

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