Laborial Day is the most trivial holiday in the world, and it's taking place on Saturday, August 19!
Join us for a crawl through the finest tap rooms in Northeast Minneapolis.
2PM - SOCIABLE CIDER WERKS
3PM - ABLE SEEDHOUSE & BREWERY
4PM - 612Brew
5PM - BAUHAUS BREWLABS
Laborial is an ancient holiday designed to give the working people of the Twin Cities another day of boozy leisure between Memorial Day & Labor Day.
This year, Laborial Day lands on August 19. Throngs of trivia players will arrive at Sociable Cider Works at 2pm, sporting black & white clothing in equal proportion.
Players are allowed to come in teams of up to 6 or solo. A lot of romances* get started at Laborial Day, so feel free to see if you spell romance L-A-B-O-R-I-A-L.
At each location, Trivia Mafia will present two five-question rounds of trivia. Whatever team wins the round gets a complementary round at the next location. The team with the highest score overall will get a big pile of gift cards to all the fine establishments we're visiting.
LABOREOS & ICE CREAM SANDWICHES
As Laborial Day is all about celebrating black & white, Trivia Mafia will provide all players with complementary melting ice cream sandwiches & a pile of labOREOS. Happy Laborial Day, buddies!
Trivia Mafia will also be doling out clues via their twitter (@triviamafia) in advance of Laborial Day to lead their teams to the Laborial Stone. Whoever finds this ornate & splendid stone will get a drink on the house at every location, be provided a stupid homemade shirt from Trivia Mafia & will only answer to King/Queen Laborial during Laborial Day.
DOES THIS COST MONEY?
No, Laborial Day is totes free. But, it is customary to purchase drinks/snacks for any & all Trivia Mafia hosts at all times.
WHERE CAN I GET MORE INFORMATION?
Go to the Laborial Day Facebook event page. Please RSVP if you're going so we can buy enough ice cream sandwiches. If you have further questions email email@example.com.
*Actually just one romance that we know of, but they've been together for three plus years.