Created from the mind and liver of NOFX’s frontman Fat Mike and named for NOFX’s classic Punk In Drublic album, which has sold over one million copies.
This Punk In Drublic festival date will feature up to four hours of craft beer tastings featuring over 100 craft beers, including some of California’s best and local favorites. Craft beer tastings are included with admission. Festival hours will be 1:00 PM – 9:00 PM (VIP entry is noon). Complimentary tastings last until 4pm. After 4pm, we will have several types of beer, cocktails and non-alcoholic drinks on hand to serve you drinks to purchase.
To celebrate Punk In Drublic, Fat Mike teamed up with craft beer pioneers Stone Brewing to brew their very own Stone & NOFX Punk in Drublic Hoppy Lager, which will be available in cans only in the festival markets. This collaboration is a huge show of support by Stone, as it marks the first time ever that Stone has worked with a musician for a can release. They’ve even included the festival tour date on the back of each can. This is a first-of-its-kind level of commitment from a brewery partner for a festival tour.
The Saturday October 21 Phoenix, AZ Punk In Drublic show will feature performances from NOFX, Bad Religion, Goldfinger, Authority Zero, and Guttermouth.
General Admission and VIP tickets available for purchase. All tickets include craft beer tasting and access to view the music stage.
From time to time we put the word out that we could use some help covering shows and events as well as doing reviews. Luckily for us our friend Garyn Klasek stepped up and did a piece for us on the big show a few weeks ago featuring The Offspring, Rancid, Nofx, The Vandals and Strung Out. Many thanks dude! I preface his review with a few things since I got there early enough to catch Strung Out and love to add my 2 cents. Overall it was a great day, with plenty of banter coming from the punk stage directed at the other stage by almost every band. If you were there you know exactly what I am talking about.
Day 3 of Punk Rock Bowling is the day look you forward to with some reservation, it is another great day and night of music but it is also the last day so that is always stuck in the back of your brain as you go about your last day of shenanigans.
The festival started off with a really good set by Rats In The Wall, my first time seeing them and they are really good.
Let Them Know: The Story of Youth Brigade & BYO Records
BYO Records (2009)
After months of trying to score a free copy with no luck I decided to suck it up and buy this for myself because I just could not wait any longer to get one. I guess you would call this a coffee table book but it is much more because you not only have the 100+ page book but you also get a double LP, gotta love vinyl, a CD just in case you are a tool and don’t have a record player and a DVD documentary of the book.