Button-mash your way to victory at the Hourglass Brewery Video Game Tournament on Saturday

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C-c-c-combo breaker! You better bring your A-game and a strong liver, because the Hourglass Brewery is hosting a gaming tournament complete with competitive favorites. Whether you’re tearing it up in Super Smash Brothers or taking a hadouken to the face in Ultra Street Fighter 4, there’s no doubt that heads will roll and controllers will be flying during head-to-head tournaments for five different games. If that’s not sweet enough, it looks like they’ll be awarding cash prizes along with beer, more video games, or even beer! After you lose – look, a lot of you are going to lose; it’s just how games work – check out pinball machines brought in by the Pinball Lounge and tacos from Wako Tako. Then go fill up a 64-ounce growler with any of Hourglass’ tasty homemade brews. Feel better, buddy? I thought you would.

11:30 a.m. Saturday, July 25 | The Hourglass Brewery, 480 S. Ronald Reagan Blvd., Longwood | 407-262-0056 | thehourglassbrewery.com | $10 per tournament


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