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Grab a Free Beer to Celebrate Wirtshaus' Anniversary

Celebrate a birthday with beer. (Photo by maggiejane via Flickr)
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It's been about one year since the dog-friendly German pub Wirtshaus opened its doors on La Brea, and what better way to celebrate a summer birthday than with a cold, free beer from the motherland?

According to the their Facebook page, Wirtshaus will throw its own bash this Saturday, July 28. The celebratory keg will be tapped at 3pm, and those guests taking a seat and ordering entrees will get an on-the-house libation. To amp the party up a notch, a DJ will spin some classic German tunes in the background. Head there early because the free drinks stop once the keg has been emptied by fellow lager lovers.

The pub is also rolling out a few new features in their second year of business. Beginning this weekend, children ages 8 and under eat free on Sundays when they order from a special kids menu (an accompanying adult must order a full-priced entree to get the deal). New bottomless brunch options are available now, too: $8 for all-you-drink champagne and $12 for all-you-can-drink mimosas, on Saturdays and and Sundays only. Those are dangerous deals, so come with a responsible friend who won't do too much drinking. (Your dog doesn't count.)