Let’s face it. The Rocket City is a pretty geeky (aka amazing) place. It is a city that sports a Space Camp, two Saturn V moon rockets and a walking trail in the shape of DNA’s double helix. We are a city of scientists, mathematicians, teachers, and gamers. You can’t even throw a 20-sided die or a thermodynamics textbook without hitting an engineer or doctor (no, not that kind of doctor), so it only makes sense that Huntsville’s nerd culture would also be a part of its blossoming craft beer industry.
The Book Report book club typically meets the third Thursday of each month at Yellowhammer Brewing. Each member reads whatever book they want and discusses it while sipping on craft beer. For more information, contact Annie Phillips at email@example.com or 256-881-5620.
Straight to Ale has an entire room devoted to classic arcade games and pinball machines. You can relive your nerdy childhood, but this time you’re old enough to drink! Straight to Ale is open seven days a week from 3:00 pm to 10:00 pm.
Old Town Beer Exchange has a digital menu board that tracks the exact percentage of beer available on each tap. Not only can you see what’s available and how much of it is available on their menu board, you can see the same stats online at http://otbxhsv.com/beer. If you tweet or instagram about Old Town Beer Exchange with the hashtag #otbxhsv, your post will pop up on the menu board’s sidebar.
Coming soon! The Rocket Republic Brewing Company will be hosting monthly Table Top Game Nights. So gather your friends, your game of choice and enjoy an evening of fantastical adventure!
Old Town Beer Exchange accepts the virtual currency bitcoin.
What better way to celebrate your geekiness than listening to a band that is made up of engineers rock out about space, science and, of course, cult horror film actor Bruce Campbell.
There is always something wonderfully geeky going on at Salty Nut Brewery, so make sure you check their Facebook page weekly and visit the brewery at the new location on Clinton Avenue!
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At the age of 12, a subscription to National Geographic magazine began Sarah’s passionate love for all things related to photography, and since then she’s photographed everything from weddings to house fires to beautiful desserts. Sarah works as a photographer and writer in North Alabama and has photographed for numerous national brands including Southern Living,Cooking Light and Pillsbury. She also writes for several local magazines and is a regular contributor to the popular food blog Huntsville Eats. See more of her photography at S. Belanger Photography and keep up with her food adventures at The Jealous Crumpet.