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Boneyard Beer Dinner at Common Table

Common Table features Boneyard Beer dinner on Tuesday, October 19.



Boneyard Beer, one of our new favorite breweries in town, is hosting a dinner at Common Table tomorrow. We mentioned the dinner in our previous blog, but just got some more information that makes it sound like a must-go.

From the Common Table press release:

This 7pm Tuesday 19th October, Melodie, Tony, and Clay of Boneyard Brewery will be at Common Table to talk about their passion for beer, Boneyard Beers, and anything else you may want to discuss about the world of brewing beer. 100% of Boneyard Beer sales on 10/19 will go to the purchase and distribution of Common Table tokens! Come and have a beer or two at CT on 10/19 for a good cause! Boneyard IPA and Black 13 will be on tap for $3.25.
Tokens have a $10 value and are redeemable for a meal at CT. Tokens are distributed to individuals in the community by CT, partnering non-profits, and individuals who buy them.

The menu will include a variety of barley burgers, Black 13 baked beans, Boneyard IPA and Boneyard Black 13 beers. The barley burgers are cattle that have been fed mash from local breweries including Boneyard, BBC and Deschutes and the burgers come with a variety of toppings, including one with a fried egg and monterey jack cheese on a Sparrow Bakery bun. We always support drinking and eating local beer and food - especially for such a great cause.

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