Tag Archives: cider

Mardi Gras Fat Tuesday Party

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATIONLaissez les bons temps rouler! Join us on the creek for a Mardi Gras Party on Tuesday, February 25th!

The family friendly celebration starts at 11am with food specials and beer releases. Jacksonville’s premiere brass band, Junco Royals, join us in the Beer Garden at 6:30pm.

๐…๐Ž๐Ž๐ƒ ๐’๐๐„๐‚๐ˆ๐€๐‹๐’:
Red Beans & Rice
Beignets
AND MORE

๐‹๐ˆ๐•๐„ ๐Œ๐”๐’๐ˆ๐‚:
6:30pm | Junco Royals

๐๐„๐„๐‘ ๐‘๐„๐‹๐„๐€๐’๐„๐’:
King Cake Ale
Chicory Coffee Stout
Hurricane Cider Slushy

Family Friendly // Free Admission

School’s Out For Summer: A Party For Teachers

School’s {almost} Out for Summer and we are throwing a Party in the Beer Garden to celebrate TEACHERS and Education Professionals!

Join us on Friday, May 31st for live music, drink specials and MORE to kick-off summer break!

Show your school ID and receive Happy Hour pricing including: $4 select drafts and house wine, $5 mead cocktails and fruit infusions and $6 select appetizers!

Enjoy live music in the Beer Garden with Just John from Who Rescued Who, 1pm ’til 4pm!

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE!

 

Opening of the Beer Garden Party

Opening of the Beer Garden

It’s that time of year again- join us for the annual Opening of the Beer Garden Party at Wicked Barley. We are throwing a party to celebrate warmer weather, great local beer and the amazing community that surrounds us. Join us for a day filled with Live Music, Food Specials and Beer Releases, including the return of the slushie machine! That’s right Mead Slushies make their much anticipated return to the tap wall!

11:30am – Robby Schenck SOLO fromย Robby and Felix
3:30pm – Jessica Marie SOLO fromย Wild Oaks Band
7:30pm –ย Smokestack

Family Friendly // Admission is FREE

Treatment Tuesday

House-roasted Coffee Brown Ale | 6.2% ABV

Wicked Barleyโ€™s Brierwood Brown Ale has been treated with two different types of African rainforest coffee beans, Tanzanian and Ethiopian. The Tanzanian coffee beans provide silky notes of burgundy, pear and tangerine giving the ale a fruity finish and the Ethiopian coffee beans provide very distinctive, floral and fruity notes, such as lemon and blueberry. Come see which one is your favorite!

To see our current tap list, click here.