Uniting two things that are consumed in abundance and lead to you
getting laid making out yawning/stretching, Flix Brewhouse is the nation's only first-run movie theater boasting a functioning brewery, for which they've brought in the former Independence cask-master. Also armed with a full kitchen helmed by Homefield Grill -- plus rock-back seats, foot rests, and the "Easy Glider" patented extending tables system -- Flix's six signature brews will be unveiled next month, but they're already pouring from a staggering 40 other taps, four of which we've paired with their debut features:
Larry Crowne: Leinenkugel's Summer Shandy Written, directed by, and starring America's Golden Boy (lemonade), this concoction's extreme palatability masks bitter undercurrents, much like Tom Hanks' charm does to the humiliation of our nation's fired big-box employees who are also Navy veterans intimidated by how fast mopeds can go.
Bad Teacher: Stone Smoked Porter As dark, complex, and smoky as Cameron Diaz sneaking a joint at a middle school, this ale also harkens back to her Farrelly Brothers days with its surprisingly creamy head.
Transformers: Dogfish Head 90 Min IPA From the hybridizing Delaware brewery, this IPA is crafted by a non-stop hopping process and known for its impressively high ABV, helping men overcome both their own and this movie's Shia-ness.
Horrible Bosses: Jester King Commercial Suicide Mild as a cowed employee yet dark as a murder plot, Suicide was Jester King's first foray into the local brewing scene, which, given the escalating competition, is absolutely Swimming with Sharks.
Because everybody's got their something, Flix also serves 19 wines by the glass, plus sake, frozen margs, and non-alcoholics like Italian and cream sodas in flavors such as Mango Mojito and Dreamsicle -- of course if your own popsicle was a dream, you wouldn't have to spend so much time yawning & stretching.