TACOMA PREFUNK TUESDAY, DEC. 5 2017: Lost Abbey Barrel-Aged Serpent’s Stout and Zoolights
PREFUNK: Spending the last 18 months developing its rich flavors in bourbon barrels, The Lost Abbey’s Barrel-Aged Serpent’s Stout pours from Peaks and Pints’ Western red cedar tap log. Beginning with a base The Lost Abbey’s Serpent’s Stout, this rich ale only increases in decadence after its tasty hibernation. Beginning with a robust nose of coffee and cocoa, Serpent’s opens up with deep chocolate and oak with hints of vanilla tobacco, ending with slightly sweet figs and a bourbon kick on the finish.
2 AND 7:05 P.M. TE ATA: The film Te Ata tells the true story of Mary Thompson Fisher, who is considered one of the greatest Native American performers. Produced by the Chickasaw Nation, which started a film production arm to tell its own stories, Te Ata begins when Mary Thompson Fisher was a little girl growing up in pre-statehood Oklahoma, before she took the stage name Te Ata and traveled the world telling the stories of native peoples. Check it out at The Grand Cinema today.
5-9 P.M. ZOOLIGHTS: You’re sick and tired of driving through the neighborhood looking at the homes of people who think they deserve an award for their light displays. You deserve to take a night to go see ZooLights at Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium. Billed as the region’s biggest walk-through light show, ZooLights includes animated light sculptures, live entertainment, snacks and the Paul Titus Carousel. While enjoying your stroll, be thankful you’re not in charge of this holiday light display.