- February 12th- Weyerbacher Brew Pub reunion and trivia night. We’ll feature some of the old Weyerbacher Brewpub menu items, plenty of Weyerbacher on tap and a trivia game with some really cool vintage Weyerbacher prizes. The folks from Weyerbacher will be on hand to officiate. It will be a fun night for all Weyerbacher fans, old and new!
- February 14th- Bitches & Bastards Anti-Valentine’s Day. Broken hearts welcome. On tap we’ll have Flying Dog Raging Bitch, Founders Dirty Bastard, De Dolle Brouwers Mad Bitch, Stone Arrogant Bastard and Dogfish Head Bitches Brew!!
- February 16th- Beer Pairing Dinner featuring the beers from Artisanal Imports. Seating is limited. Details and ticket info on the Black & Blue website
- February 16th - “The BeerMuda Triangle Pirate Pub Crawl” will be on Saturday night!!! Porters’ Pub, 2 Rivers Brewing and Black & Blue. All in Easton within a block of each other. Stockertown Beverage, Shawnee craft, Lancaster, Free Will with live music by Quimby Mountain Band!!! BeerMuda Triangle Pirate Pub Crawl starts at 6pm. Pick up your free BeerMuda Triangle Passport and treasure map at any of the 3 BeerMuda Triangle locations (Black & Blue, Porters’ Pub and Two Rivers Brewing) Get your passport stamped at all 3 and get a free Beermuda Triangle Pint Glass. And don’t forget to wear your favorite pirate gear. Aarrrgh! Live music and tons of great beer on tap!
At Black & Blue we strive to bring you quality spirits at a fair price. Most establishments use run-of-the-mill or off-brand liquors in their cocktails unless you ask for something better. At Black & Blue we don’t think you should have to ask…you deserve better. That’s why all of our spirits are premium quality. For our house gin we pour Bluecoat, distilled right here in Pennsylvania. Our well bourbon is Buffalo Trace, rated as one of the world’s greatest whiskies by Jim Murray, author of The Whiskey Bible. And where most recipes call for triple-sec, we trade up with Cointreau. Better ingredients are the basis for a better cocktail, they bring out the subtle nuances that the original inventors intended. As the old adage goes… you get what you pay for. We hope you’ll agree.