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Saturday, August 2, 2014

The Stone's Throw Block Party open line

Posted By on Sat, Aug 2, 2014 at 11:00 AM

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There's a party going on today, and you're all invited. 

To celebrate their one year anniversary, Stone's Throw Brewing is taking over the 800 block of Rock Street for a block party, and they've got quite a line-up of activities, food, and of course great local beer.

Admission to the event is $3, and will feature 12 craft beers on tap, live music, local artisans hawking their wares, and some of Little Rock's best food trucks such as the award-winning Southern Gourmasian and Waffle Wagon, smoky sensation Black Hound Bar-B-Que, Mexican classic Luncheria Alicia, and desserts from The Pie Hole and Loblolly Creamery. There will also be live music from Flight Machine at 6 p.m. and The Cane Hill Engagement at 7:30.

It's suggested that everyone bring cash. We'll be down there to bring you all some pictures and updates from the party — so be sure to say "hello" if you see us!

And now I'll turn it over to all of you for our usual end-of-the-week open line. Where'd you eat? What'd you eat? How'd it taste? You know — all those usual questions. 

Let us know down there in the comments.

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