St. Patrick’s Day Party at Weberknecht.
We celebrate on the bar floor and on the lounge floor.
LIVE (from 8:00 p.m.):
• Maple & Mahogany
Admission free. Please donate.
Because Tuesday is also SEITERLTAG:
The small beer costs only € 2.20 until 1 a.m.
On St.Patrick’s Day there’s also green beer!
“WHISKEY in the Jar” ACTION:
4 cl JAMESON for € 3.70 *
* Whenever the song “Whiskey in the Jar” is playing on the bar floor, there is a double Jameson for a single price.
The offer is only valid if you order directly from the bar during the song!
So watch out – listen – and order quickly ?
Start: 6 p.m.
Live music from 8:00 p.m.
In search of the soundtrack for everyone who longs for the vastness of the world, singer-songwriter Yunger tells stories about travel and other longings. Musically he stands for folk with pop, indie and rock influences full of honesty and emotion. His debut album ‘Of journeys and other longings’ was released on April 24, 2019. His current single ‘Goodbye my little heroine’ was released on October 25, 2019.
► Maple & Mahogany
Raw & soulful indie folk from a Pennsylvanian living in Vienna, Austria.
After years of life on the move in his homeland and abroad, Pennsylvania-born Jason Lee Haines finally settled down long enough to allow his musical ideas a chance to catch up with him in the beautiful city of Vienna, Austria. Songs started to be written on acoustic & resonator guitars, mandolin, banjo and ukulele. The resulting songwriting project became Maple & Mahogany. In spring 2014, Jason joined forces with double bassist and vocalist Maria Leubolt.
The self titled debut ep was finally released in autumn 2017 along with a special Maple & Mahogany beer that Jason brewed at Beaver Brewing Company. This hoppy brown ale was aged on maple & mahogany wood from guitars built by luthier Reinhard Blumberger.
Reports are still unclear as to whether the beer tastes better while listening to the music, or whether the music sounds better while drinking the beer. Several musicians have confirmed enhanced technical abilities after drinking just one pint, but only on folk instruments built from maple and / or mahogany wood. Unfortunately, one guy with a guitar made of rosewood & spruce forgot all the chords he knew, dropped his pick in the soundhole, and quit playing guitar all together. His fiancé has since left him for Maria & her double bass.