Wednesday, January 2, 2019


Please note this addition to the Beer Happenings calendar: History on Tap at Kiggins Theatre, sponsored by the Clark County Historical Museum.

The evening will kick off with a gameshow-style segment. Two local “celebrities” and one member from the audience will be quizzed on Clark County history. Next, local historian and author Pat Jollota will provide the answer to a question about local history, previously submitted from social media, email, or through the museum. In addition, a selection of locals brews will be available for purchase throughout the presentation.

The final segment will be a talk given by Steve Bader of Bader Beer and Wine Supply: “From Lucky to Loowit: The Fall of Lucky Lager and the Rise of the Craft Brewing Industry.” Lucky Lager Brewing Company came to Vancouver in 1950, closed in 1985, and was demolished in 1995. All that remains is the warehouse which is located on Columbia Street in downtown Vancouver with the red logo - a cursive L - painted on the building’s exterior. The warehouse is listed on the Clark County Heritage Register.

This is bound to be a entertaining and informative presentation. Tickets are $18 at the door ($15 in advance). Doors open at 6pm and the bar will be open upstairs offering beer and wine. History on Tap begins at 7pm.


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