Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Lone Star Brewery to host first party and open house

If you are tired of mowing the grass and that long commute to your office in downtown San Antonio, my client, Lone Star Brewery wants to show you that alternative in urban living. Mark Tolley, the developer for the project, is hosting a party Nov. 7 from 6 to 11 p.m. to showcase his vision. Tolley and his staff will give tours of the project from 6 to 7:15 p.m. with an executive presentation on the property. The John Pointer Trio will then play a 3-hour set.

Pointer has won nine Austin music awards and has appeared in numerous national commercials as a human beatbox. Lone Star Brewery's first concert will include John's friends Darrell Phillips on bass (most well known as bassist for Sister 7 and the Dirty Wormz) and Rob Hooper on drums (Guy Forsyth's drummer).

And, Tolley said that there will be plenty of complimentary Lone Star Beer. Reservations are needed. You can contact Lone Star's staff via email at Kelsey (at) thelonestarbrewery (dot)com or call (210)757-4530 ext. 301. Invitation info is available at this link.

Note: Lone Star Brewery is but a short walk via the San Antonio River hiking trail from San Antonio Southtown and the Blue Star Brewery. As this is First Friday, it will be easy to park the car at the brewery and then walk over to Southtown for a nightcap.

And don't forget that the Lone Star Brewery project is qualified for special San Antonio Historic tax easements.

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