Hooks, Brewster's to Host Game 6 Official Watch Party
CORPUS CHRISTI - The Corpus Christi Hooks and Brewster Street Ice House are teaming up to host a World Series Game 6 official watch party at the Sportsâ¢Entertainmentâ¢Arts District restaurant and bar Tuesday evening.
The celebration gets underway at 6 o'clock. Brewster Street Ice House is located at 1724 N. Tancahua, just south of Whataburger Field.
"We just want to give Hooks and Astros fans the opportunity to come together for a night of fun, fellowship, and food," Hooks VP of Sales & Marketing Andy Steavens said. "Astros excitement is at a fever pitch, and a party at Brewster's enables people to celebrate this special occasion in a unique and memorable way."
The watch party features:
$2 domestic pints beginning with the first pitch at 7:20
$2 off Brewster's wing platter
$5 kids meals
free candy for children in Halloween costumes
raffle drawings for prizes
postseason and World Series merchandise sales
FREE rally towels (while supplies last)
appearances by Hooks mascots Rusty Hook and Sammy Seagull
$2 spins on the Hooks prize wheel; proceeds benefit Wounded Warrior Project
Steavens added an informal program will be emceed by Hooks broadcaster Sam Levitt, and encouraged Hooks/Astros fans to wear their team gear.
Patrons can also sign up for 2018 Hooks Season Memberships at the event, putting themselves in the best position to see future Astros stars at Whataburger Field next year. Houston defeated the Dodgers 13-12 in 10 innings early Monday morning at Minute Maid Park. Alex Bregman's two-out single scored 2016 Corpus Christi teammate Derek Fisher with the winning run. Other former Hooks who played in Game 5: Jose Altuve, Carlos Correa, Chris Devenski, Yuli Gurriel, Dallas Keuchel, George Springer, and winning pitcher Joe Musgrove.
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