Ready for another summer of cinema under the stars? The Traveling Patio Picture Show is back, presented by Trash Film Debauchery, Indeed Brewing Company and Trylon Microcinema. Take in four totally rad 80s movies at Up-Down Minneapolis, Grumpy’s NE, Clubhouse Jager and Mackenzie Pub. Because we love you, all movies are free to attend and start at sundown (around 8:30pm). So grab a beer, take a seat, and get ready to enjoy the show!
6/28 GLEAMING THE CUBE (1989) @ Grumpy’s NE
7/25 BREAKIN’ 2: ELECTRIC BOOGALOO (1984) @ Clubhouse Jäger
8/23 MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE (1987) @ Mackenzie Pub
THE WIZARD (1989) @ Up-Down Minneapolis
After his little brother, Jimmy (Luke Edwards), is put in a mental institution, Corey (Fred Savage) breaks him out and the pair run off together to California. On their travels, Corey meets a girl named Haley (Jenny Lewis) and discovers that Jimmy is a master at playing video games. With talents like his, he could easily win the top prize of $50,000 at Video Armageddon. While the three travelers hitchhike to the competition, the boys' parents hire a bounty hunter to track them down.
GLEAMING THE CUBE (1989) @ Grumpy’s NE
Slacker Brian (Christian Slater) discovers his adopted brother, Vinh (Art Chudabala), has been killed and his murder made to look like a suicide. With the help of a local detective Al Lucero (Steven Bauer), Brian and his skateboarding crew featuring Buddy (Tony Hawk), Yabbo (Max Perlich) and Gremic (Christian Jacobs) work together to solve the mystery and avenge Vinh’s death.
BREAKIN’ 2: ELECTRIC BOOGALOO (1984) @ Clubhouse Jäger
Disappointed with her small part in the chorus line of a Los Angeles show, jazz dancer Kelly (Lucinda Dickey) quits and heads home. Her father (John Christy Ewing) disapproves of Kelly's friendship with street dancers Ozone (Adolfo "Shabba-Doo" Quinones) and Turbo (Michael "Boogaloo Shrimp" Chambers), and encourages her to pursue an opportunity to perform in Paris. Ignoring his wishes, Kelly teams up with her friends for a break-dancing benefit show to save an endangered community center.
MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE (1987) @ Mackenzie Pub
When the evil Skeletor (Frank Langella) finds a mysterious power called the Cosmic Key, he becomes nearly invincible. However, courageous warrior He-Man (Dolph Lundgren) locates inventor Gwildor (Billy Barty), who created the Key and has another version of it. During a battle, one of the Keys is transported to Earth, where it is found by teenagers Julie (Courteney Cox) and Kevin (Robert Duncan McNeill). Now both He-Man and Skeletor's forces arrive on Earth searching for the potent weapon.
Out with the Ride, in with the Roll! This August we're flipping the switch on our IPA offering to break up the same old same old and bring you something new and shiny. Enter Let It Roll IPA, bright, juicy and made with a winning blend of Citra, Amarillo, Apollo and Lemondrop hops.
Let It Roll pours a deep golden with a white frothy head and weighs in at 6.2% ABV and 86 IBU. Take in the aromas of pineapple, dank citrusy grapefruit, soft tropical papaya, lychee and a hint of sweet caramel before your first sip. This brew is bright, fruity and bursting with hop flavor. Let It Roll cans hit shelves this week. You can also find it on draft in bars, restaurants and of course, right here at Indeed.
But wait – there’s more! We’ve decided to go all out for the release of Let It Roll with a free-for-all skee ball shindig at Up-Down Minneapolis! On Tuesday, August 2nd, skee-daddle on over and sling some balls with us to win tokens, a free beer for every score of 300 and other prizes. If you’re the tip-top, top-notch skee ball wizard, you’ll be named the BrewSkeeBall Ultimate Let It Roller and get a trophy to match. So sharpen that aim, warm up that throwing arm and let it roll, baby, roll!