We’re partnering with Broke Spoke Community Bike Shop to start the West Sixth Pedals and Pints Bike Club! Join us at 1:30 on Sundays for a casual ride through Lexington. Open to all types of bikes and rider abilities. We don’t care if you wear spandex or skinny jeans, but please wear a helmet!
The setup will be similar to the West Sixth Running Club in that there will be multiple routes available, ice cream instead of pretzels after the race, and shirts given out after 5 rides. The inaugural ride will be this Sunday (6/23) so bring some friends and enjoy a great day on the trail!
Also join us on Saturday for the Broke Spoke Craft Beer & Cranks event!
West Sixth & Magic Hat
The parties have a mutual interest in assuring that consumers perceive their products as distinct.
The parties have mutually resolved the issues addressed in the lawsuit in a manner that eliminates potential confusion about product origin and resolves the lawsuit in a mutually acceptable way.
To the extent West Sixth in any way represented that Magic Hat filed a frivolous lawsuit, that Magic Hat initiated litigation improperly, that Magic Hat was unresponsive in negotiating a resolution, that Cerveceria Costa Rica was itself involved in the dispute or its resolution, that Magic Hat claimed ownership of the numeral 6, that Magic Hat sued West Sixth after West Sixth had already acceded to its demands, that Magic Hat has no Vermont presence, or that Magic Hat sought to recover for or enjoin West Sixth from truthful public statements, such representations are retracted. West Sixth regrets that it in any manner communicated any inaccuracies, and hereby corrects those errors.
Both Magic Hat and West Sixth have agreed that this joint statement will be the last public communication from either side regarding the resolved dispute.
Each wishes the other good fortune and continued success.
Wow, thank you all for all the support yesterday. You forced Magic Hat to respond! Unfortunately, they won’t talk to us directly, so we have to use Facebook to share what we think with them. Please like and share the info here.
Wow, what an amazing first Lexington Craft Beer Week that was.
From the official release of Country Western, to the amazing events throughout the week at our friends and retailers, to the incredible number of folks who visited us at our taproom, we had a fantastic time.
And, for all of you who came out to help us celebrate the end of Craft Beer Week with our Think Local, Drink Local event, we hope you had as good a time as we did. Our annual celebration of local craft beers featured beers by Beer Engine (the first time they’ve ever distributed outside of their taproom), Country Boy, Apocalypse Brewing, and Against the Grain. They sent us some fantastic beers, so much so that we were out of all of them by 9pm! Wow!
Thanks again, we couldn’t have done it without you. We look forward to an even bigger celebration in 2014!