Twas the morn’ before Thanksgiving and all through the lot
many drinkers were stirring, as early as 6 o’clock!
The cases were stacked in retail with care.
Quantity was limited; the brew was quite rare.
Customers were lined up all ready to buy.
Doors opened at eight, beer began to fly.
Bartenders were ready; the kegs had been tapped.
Upon the first sip of Red Thunder, guests squealed and they clapped.
When out in the parking lot there arose such a clatter.
The first purchase of Red Thunder stirred up some chatter.
Into the brewpub, they flew with a flash
to buy up the beer to add to their stash.
The sun on the tanks was a glorious sight.
Casting the luster of morning and dazzling light.
When what to our wondering eyes should appear,
But a slew of Victory regulars for breakfast and beer.
Serving numerous samples and many full pours
Red Thunder on-draft was available no more.
Two kegs had been kicked in three-hours time!
So bottles were served with the breakfast sublime.
Red Wednesday time-lapse at the bar. 8:00a.m.-midnight.
Serving french toast, sticky buns and yum-tastic quiche
with Prima Mosas and more, our breakfast was delish!
The crowds kept on coming through lunch until close.
Red Thunder sold out; we said adios.
Watch as Red Thunder cases disappear from retail.
All day long, we filled growlers with glorious libations.
Giving patrons a treat for their holiday celebrations.
As we closed down the restaurant, we shouted, “oh boy!”
Red Wednesday was over, “cheers and enjoy!”