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The Week of December 1st

Monday, December 1st

Monday Night Football: Dolphins vs. Jets

Tonight at the Pub we will have quite the barnburner of a game as the Dolphins and the Jets battle it out on Monday Night Football. Come see the high powered offensive stylings of Geno Smith and Chris Ivory take on the legendary Miami Dolphins, once stars of Ace Ventura: Pet Detective!!


Tuesday, December 2nd

Pub Trivia @ 8:30pm

Test out your knowledge in the toughest Bar Trivia in Fairbanks. Make a team or play solo and get a chance to win some great prizes!

$5 a team and leave those electronic cheating devices at home or be shamed by the trivia master.


Wednesday, December 3rd

Hump Day Specials & Craft Brew of the Week: Blanche De Chambly

This week's Craft Brew of the Week comes from Canada's very own Unibroue. The Blanche De Chambly is a Belgian Style White Ale that pours like a pale golden cloud. With a subtle bouquet of orange, lemon, coriander, cloves and more it is an easy drinking beer that you will not soon forget.

We have some hump day specials that will be announced on our Twitter page. 

Be sure to follow the Pub on twitter to get the latest on what is on tap, what's going on, and what the specials are. 




Thursday, December 4th

David Reynolds @ 8pm

This Thursday we have a brand new act to the Pub, singer-songwriter David Reynolds. According to his website DavidBreynolds.com

As a young man with roots on the coast of Washington State, David moved to Alaska in search of both adventure and inspiration.  He worked as a commercial fisherman by day…songwriter by night.  He started out performing at the Ketchikan bars and coffeeshops, where he achieved a hearty following and enough songs for a record.  David recorded “Partial to Blue”, and it was an instant success. He performed locally, regionally, and is now touring the U.S.
 
David’s fanbase and support group have been growing exponentially.   He released the “Evergreen” EP in 2012, and is now working on another full-length album.  If you like classic rock,  folk music, or the blues.. or you just like the sound of a guy singing with an acoustic guitar..then give it a listen! 
 
“He sings of high and low points in life, but through them all there is a string that threads each of the songs together…a sense of hope and encouragment.”    -Libby Sterling, Capital City Weekly
 
This is a great new act to the Pub that you will not want to miss!!!!




Champagne Tasting @ 6pm

$15 Dollars Hosted by Specialty Imports

It's now December and that means that The Pub is having its classiest tasting...Champagne Tasting. Come celebrate the holiday season with the Pub family as we try out six different sparkling wine. There will also be a lot of food and you may even learn a thing or two. 

Tickets are only $15 and can be purchased at the door or the day before!


Friday, December 5th

Emily Anderson & The Channel 4 News Team @ 9pm

You may have caught her solo show opening up for Ezza Rose earlier in the semester. But Emily Anderson is gracing the Pub with her beautifully and poignant songs and she is bringing the whole band. According to her website: Singer-songwriter Emily Anderson hails from Fairbanks, Alaska, a place that can boast the title, “the town north of North Pole, Alaska.” Anderson began singing and playing piano at a young age, and cites Regina Spektor, Ingrid Michaelson, Carole King, and several near-miss moose charges as some of her early influences.

Since then, her musical style has evolved significantly; after the release of her self-titled album in 2010, Anderson has gone on to attend Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA, where she is studying songwriting. Mentorships and collaborations at Berklee were influential for the production of her newest project, a five-track EP, Nickles, which was released in August 2013.

Included on Nickels are Anderson’s growing affinity for the ukelele, added instrumentation by a gaggle of talented friends, and a collection of often romantic but always whip-smart lyrics. In fact, Jeremia Schrock of Alaska Commons said of the project, “[Nickles] is indicative of an artist coming into her own during the heyday of indie music.”

It will be a great night of music with some of your favorite Fairbanks musicians!!





Saturday, December 6th

Hobo Knife & Sourghdough's Dreams @ 9pm

On one of the last Saturdays of the semester The Pub is fortunate to have too wonderful bands, both with very unique musical styles. Sourghdough's Dreams is a relatively new band to the Fairbanks music scene, but one with an immense amount of talent that will only work to increase their exposure. According to their facebook page, "We are an Alaskan rock band that plays music based on our life experience. We would love you to listen to what we can do."

The headlining band for the night is a band that is just impossible to accurately describe in words. Hobo Knife is a three piece band that is influenced by a diverse array of musical styles. Yet they still stay very close to their rock n'roll roots. Having increased the amount of shows they are playing in Fairbanks, Hobo Knife has become known for their on stage energy and well crafted original tunes.