Our friends at the 3rd annual Cove to Clover 5k Fundraiser Race (coming March 11-13th; we’re Sponsors) want our Readers to know about a special Pub Crawl “Pre-Event” – a “Drink Lab” coming to Mick Kelly’s Irish Pub on Thursday, Feb. 10th starting at 7pm.
At “Drink Lab,” you’ll be invited to “research the official drinks for the pub crawl and beer garden,” according to the event website. “We will be inventing the official drinks using sponsor spirits and naming the drinks.”
All Cove to Clover proceeds will directly benefit the Highline Area Foodbank and Burien’s Hospitality House (women’s shelter).
Also, Organizers would like to clear up any Pub Crawl Confusion:
After fielding many questions related to some new pub crawls crowding the week prior to the Cove to Clover’s Pub Crawl, we’ve put together the following timeline to help you choose a crawl for you. If you have the moxy to participate in them all, you have our blessing. Otherwise, we expect to see you at the C2C 100% Charity Crawl on March 11:
Here are the details:
WHAT: Cove to Clover Pub Crawl “Drink Lab” Pre-Event.
WHEN: Thursday, Feb. 10th beginning at 7pm.
WHERE: Mick Kelly’s Irish Pub, located at 435 SW 152nd Street (206.246.2473).
INFO: Participants will be invited to “research the official drinks for the pub crawl and beer garden,” according to the event website. “We will be inventing the official drinks using sponsor spirits and naming the drinks.”
The first 100 Online Pub Crawl registrants will receive a special gift with their registration.
The Pub Crawl itself is set for Friday, March 11th, beginning at 6pm at Burien Square (more info here):
In addition to “crawling” to numerous Burien establishments, there will be a BIG TOP Beer Garden from 10:30 pm-Midnight, with a Celtic jam session by the Haggis Bros. Being served up will be numerous Georgetown Brewery’s brews along with a special “C2C snakebite” drink (recipes still being aggressively tested in the lab’s containing Stoli, Tullamore Dew, Red Bull – this will most likely be determined during the “Drink Lab”).