More free beer for shutout government employees

Categories: Beer, Free Stuff!

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Though it's a sorry consolation for lost wages and a defunct government, furloughed federal government employees will be able to claim a free beer at participating St. Paul bars every Tuesday until the government shutdown ends.

See also:
St. Paul bars giving away one round of beers to government employees

Known as "Tuesday Brews Day," the offer was first organized by Visit Saint Paul, the city's convention and visitors bureau, at the beginning of the month. With many government employees still home-bound for the foreseeable future, the offer has been extended, and the number of participating bars has doubled.

Each Tuesday, the following bars will offer a free domestic bottle or draft beer from 4 to 6 p.m to anyone with a valid federal government ID:

Alary's Bar
American Burger Bar (Saint Paul location)
Bennett's Chop and Railhouse
Burger Moe's
Cherokee Tavern
Eagle Street Grille
The Liffey
Tom Reid's


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2 comments
Laura Gee
Laura Gee

...Huh? I'm trying to figure out what you mean.

Kent Erickson
Kent Erickson

Do the taxpayers that pay their salaries get free beer as well?

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