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Monday, December 17, 2018

LBM Extends Its Hog's Head Inn Harry Potter Pop-Up to Two Days

Posted By on Mon, Dec 17, 2018 at 5:34 PM

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Update: Due to overwhelming feedback, LBM is extended its upcoming Harry Potter-themed event to two days. Now muggles can attend the LBM-as-Hog's Head Inn extravaganza both Sunday, Dec. 30 and Monday, Dec. 31 from 4 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

The event is still free but only 49 people are allowed in the bar at a time. Arrive early to avoid waiting in line.

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(Original Post, Dec. 4, 2018:) The cocktail wizards over at Lakewood's LBM are going full hog wild this holiday season, with a pop-up Harry Potter-themed night.



Sunday, Dec. 30, the Viking bar is transforming into the Hog's Head Inn, the dodgy, off-the-beaten-path Hogsmeade bar of the Potter Universe where many important plot points occur.

Expect some unusual food selections from LBM's kitchen, including blast-ended skrewt, pumpkin pasties, mandrake root stew and more. But it's the drink selections we find most intriguing.

The HP-themed cocktail list is as follows:
Patronus:
Belvedere Unfiltered Vodka, Chrysanthemum Agave Soda, Lemon

Polyjuice Potion:
Tanqueray Gin, Captain Morgan White Rum, Grapefruit Oleo, House Grenadine, Grapefruit, Lemon, Yerbe Mate Mint Tea, Grapefruit Bitters

Draught of the Living Death:
Apple Infused Peligroso Tequila, Ginger Orange Syrup, Lime, Butterfly Pea, Absinthe

Amortentia:
Crown Royal, Disarrono, Pear Cordial, Lemon, Mead

Veritaserum:
Bulleit Barrel Strength Bourbon, Captain Morgan 100, Smirnoff 100, Spiced Cranberry Cordial, Lime, Vanilla Honey, Orange Bitters

Butter Beer:
Brown Butter Washed Captain Morgan Black Rum, Brown Ale Syrup, Chocolate Chai Supreme Tea, Orange Zested Whipped Cream

Pensieve:
Bulleit Rye infused with Maple, Apricots, Cinnamon, Cloves, Ginger and Orange Peel
Harry Potter fans are encouraged to bring their wands and robes for the evening. Doors open at 4 p.m. Find out more about the event right here.

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