Club Candids: World of Beer

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Getting drunk with Santa Claus would be pretty awesome when you think about it. St. Nick is already pretty generous with gifts if you've been nice, but just imagine what he would get you when you've been nice and kept the IPAs flowing? We can't guarantee you that World of Beer's very own Claus will get you anything (even if you've been naughty), but he's been known to cavort with some very good looking elves.

You may be wondering why in the heck Santa swung by World of Beer over a month before Christmas. Mill Avenue is getting into the holiday spirit with its signature Christmas lights, but plenty of ASU gals are still walking around in flip flops. It turns out that Santa has been making appearances since before Thanksgiving, and World of Beer's Facebook is keeping us updated with pictures of Mr. Claus passed out with the accompanying captions such as, "GET UP BAD SANTA! You have to work here at WOB today! Go get a shower. Santa must have thought it was "black out" Friday."

Santa was a small part of the shenanigans at World of Beer on Saturday, November 17. Patrons sipped on craft beer while listening to some catchy hip hop tracks before a cover band took over with some '90s hits. Check out who was naughty or nice, as well as tons of photobombers in this week's Club Candids slideshow.

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