Beer + Bikes + Bow Ties Brings Boozy, Sporty, Fashionable Workshops to Tempe's Handlebar in January

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Heads up fashionable bike and beer fans, Phoenix-based bow tie company Dapper+Dash is teaming up with The Bicycle Cellar and The Handlebar on Tempe's Mill Avenue on January 26.

Beers + Bikes + Bow Ties will include three workshops on the three topics with special deals on, you guessed it, all three things.

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According to Dapper+Dash's Aaron Kimberlin, the event will include beer education with Handlebar's Cicerone-certified "Beer Geek" Billy, a bike workshop with Tom Tomczyk from The Bicycle Cellar and a few tips from Dapper+Dash "bowristas" on how to tie a bow tie, plus the debut of an exclusive line made just for Handlebar.

During the event from 3 to 6 p.m., Handlebar will offer special deals on beer, wine, and well drinks, and special deals on Oskar Blues products. Because the event will take over Handlebar, guests must be at least 21 and are encouraged to bring their friends, bikes, and bow-tie ready necks.

The event is free, but an RSVP through the Facebook page is recommended.

Handlebar is at 680 South Mill Ave.. For more info, check out the Handlebar, Bicycle Cellar, and Dapper+Dash websites.

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