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If you’ve ever wanted to meet a Shiner expert, you have the chance on Thursday, May 30. A Shiner Brewmaster will be leading a beer pairing dinner at the JW Marriott’s High Velocity sports bar at 7 p.m. The four-course dinner will have Shiner pairings for each course. Tickets are $45 each and reservations can be made at (210) 491-5386.

Don’t feel like traveling out to the JW Marriott? Shiner is partnering with San Antonio Public Library Foundation for a Shiner Supper Club on Tuesday, June 4 at 7 p.m. at Hotel Havana. The meal will focus on localism and sustainability, with meats from a local rancher and recipes from Whole Larder Love, an Australian cookbook and blog on sourcing, preparing, and eating local foods. Tickets are $75 per person, and you can make reservations at (210) 222-2008.

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