First Thursday: National IPA Day 

If you're thirsty for celebration, stop by Payette Brewing's River Street taproom.

Lions, tigers and bears, oh my!

Kelsey Hawes

Lions, tigers and bears, oh my!

According to, Thursday, Aug. 3—a.k.a. National IPA Day—is "an opportunity for the entire craft beer culture to combine forces and advocate craft beer through increased education and global awareness."

You can thank Payette Brewing for doing its part to educate beer-loving Boiseans by offering a First Thursday special perfect for your new favorite holiday.

If you're thirsty for celebration, stop by the River Street taproom at 5 p.m. and order the 555 Flight: a selection of five IPAs in 5-ounce pours with a killer $5 price tag. If you don't want to get too tipsy on a work night, there are single IPAs on offer for $3 apiece. You can also get your craft beer education by checking out the "sensory display of IPA ingredients." So put National IPA Day on your First Thursday dance card and find out what goes into an IPA—and how many IPAs can go (responsibly) into you.

5 p.m., FREE-$5. Payette Brewing Co., 733 S. Pioneer St., 208-344-0011,

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