This is a big year for Solemn Oath; we’re planning on doubling production and maximizing solid hangs and mellow vibes.

Exhibit A: Oath Day Four. If you were a love child of flower children, you remember hanging out with your cousins in Uncle Gary’s sweet basement in the ’70s. If not, this is your lucky day. We’ll keep the beer flowing, lines non-existent, and sweet sounds of funk, soul, proto-punk, outlaw country, and Zeppelin piped into your eardrums. Two sessions, promiscuous approach to doors, coffee beers, barrel-aged beers, and great food. We’ll supply plenty of company if you can’t wrangle any friends to come with you.



  • No three-beer limit
  • All ’70s vinyl, all day
  • SOB photo booth
  • Limited edition but super cheap merch
  • Complimentary Intelligentsia coffee and Kilogram tea
  • Solemn Oath beer, including patiently-cellared out-of-rotation and barrel-aged beers
  • Outdoor and indoor games that will make you miss only the cool parts of the 1970s

Just like last year, tickets are $45 each with a quantity limit of six per person. You get a four-hour hang session, your first two beers, Intelligentsia coffee and tea, and some surprises along the way. We’ll have some skater friends of ours on hand displaying skills neither you or I could ever dream of.

Additional beer tokens are available for just $5 each. A limited number of designated driver tickets will be available for $25, no beer included. First session: 12 PM – 4 PM Second Session: 6 PM – 10 PM. As for those friends of ours that are involved:

Tickets will be available ONLINE ONLY and go on sale Wednesday, March 16 at noon.

We will post the link on this very page as well as on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. We listed Facebook last because fuck those guys and their ever-changing techniques to invade your privacy.

Header image provided by Earth’s only beer poet Michael Kiser of Good Beer Hunting.

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