Thirsty Thursday Gets the Weekend Drinking Started
A way to get the weekend started. Or, the title of our weekly Craft Beer Newsletter.
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We couldn't not name our newsletter Thirsty Thursday. It's simple ... it gets released on Thursdays and is all about drinking craft beverages.
Thirsty Thursday also happens to be an oft-used drinking hashtag on Social Media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
What is Thirsty Thursday?
Thirsty Thursday was the moniker assigned to the idea of just letting loose on Thursday night and going out and partying because it's "already the weekend". This is especially true on college campuses around the United States.
Is Thirsty Thursday a drinking holiday in and of itself? No, not so much. It's just an excuse to party.
Thirsty Thursday | Vol. 9 - August 4th, 2022
Chuck Norris Shots
Thirsty Thursday | Vol. 8 - July 28th, 2022
The Vermont Brewers Festival (Part 2), Valley of the Dolls, and Burlington Breweries Redux
Thirsty Thursday | Vol. 7 - July 21th, 2022
The Vermont Brewers Festival, Heady Topper, and Burlington Breweries
Thirsty Thursday | Vol. 6 - July 15th, 2022
Indian Ingredients, Das Weizen and Hartford Breweries
Thirsty Thursday | Vol. 5 - June 23rd, 2022
Pilsner Beer Glasses, Dropped Babies, and Providence Breweries
Thirsty Thursday | Vol. 4 - June 23rd, 2022
Allagash White, Craft Beer NFTs, and Nashua Breweries
Thirsty Thursday | Vol. 3 - June 16th, 2022
Greylock, AI-based Beer Recipes and Atlanta Breweries
Thirsty Thursday | Vol. 2 - June 9th, 2022
Low-Calorie Beers, Prohibition Pig, and Brattleboro Breweries.
Thirsty Thursday | Vol. 1 - June 2nd, 2022
Lobster Beers, Worcester Breweries & the Closing of Spencer Trappist Brewery.
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