If you’re a Yellowstone fan and looking for something different to do this weekend, then you’re in luck. Stan is launching an American-themed Yellowstone pop-up bar this Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The pop-up bar will be held in all-American tavern Surly’s which is located in Sydney’s Surry Hills. According to Stan, who’s launching the temporary bar, there will be USA-themed food and drinks available for purchase, including Beth’s Brisket Box and John’s Buckin’ Burgers as well as a special limited edition Dutton Lager from Young Henry’s on tap.
“Hold onto your cowboy hats punters! Stan have taken over surly’s American tavern for a yellowstone-themed shindig. Join us at Dutton Ranch watering hole this Friday – Sunday for beats, bourbon, brisket and beers,” Stan shared in a promo.
The pop-up bar is opening to promote the new season of Yellowstone which just dropped yesterday on Stan. It’s only open for three night there is a different activity for patrons to enjoy each night, which you can check out below.
Friday 18th November – Bull Ropin’ & Ridin’.
1 pm – 10 pm test your rodeo skills on the Bucking bronco and chow down some $15 wings and tinnies.
Saturday 19th November- Live Music.
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6 pm – 8 pm Live music from honky tonk crooners, Amber rose + James Ellis and the Jealous guys plus $15 brisket & beer.
Sunday 20th November – Tail Twisting Trivia.
Test your Yellowstone knowledge with this Tail Twistin’ Trivia night. $250 bar tab and Yellowstone merch up for grabs plus $15 Burgers and Bourbon.
Yellowstone is set an American neo-Western drama television series that’s set in the 1920s. It follows the Dutton family who run the Yellowstone Dutton Ranch, as they navigate the corrupt world that oil and lumber corporations and politicians operate in.
Oscar and Emmy award winner Kevin Costner plays the starring role of John Dutton throughout the five seasons of the show, and the show was nominated for a SAG this year.
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