Hell Yeah Tour! On the Road

Hell Yeah! Crew Kicks back with Left Hand Brewing at The Bird

            Not much is better than spending an evening with friends, especially when they come from a long way off. Left Hand Brewing is and has been a natural partner, effortless and fun. Their ethos and product align with ours and our clientele. Naturally, when Bob asked us to join him at one of his favorite accounts in Jackson Hole, we said hell yeah! The Bird is a relatively new place with young ownership and an awesome message: naturally and responsibly sourced ingredients, daily made sausages and products, and an engaging and unpredictable menu. And the restaurant speaks for itself. On a Thursday night, you wouldn’t expect a place to fill up. But The Bird was full from four to seven and from then on. This crowd knew all about Mountain Khakis and many of the folks were wearing our brand, proudly showing us their Copenhagen rings and mud stains, tears and abrasions. With a Polestar Pils or Milk Stout in hand, we traded story for story of how our pants got to lookin’ so good. Thank you to Bob, from Left Hand, and to The Bird for hosting us at your restaurant for an evening. ‘Til next time!

Get to Know the Author:

Howdy, my name is Garrett Dickson (a.k.a “G Money”) and I’m your Hell Yeah! Tour Coordinator. I’m a Colorado boy, born and bred. My greatest joy is to be in the natural world living life on my skis, on my bike, or with a paddle in my hands. For the next several months I’ll be traveling the country with Mountain Khakis, celebrating the intersection of outdoor x craft beer culture with you – the MK tribe!

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