A cold, frosty mug of Special C

Special C lager debuts at The LiveryTonight is a special night for Greg Cahill and the guys in Special Consensus.

When they perform tonight at The Livery in Benton Harbor, MI they will not only throw down some solid bluegrass for the listening audience, they’ll also be throwing down a few of the venue’s newest offerings. The Livery is both a micro brewery and a music room, and they have just debuted a special brew called Special C.

It’s a dark Czech lager in honor of Special Consensus’ long career in the bluegrass business.

"For over 30 years banjo player and good friend Greg Cahill has led the world famous Bluegrass band Special Consensus. Always featuring the best up and coming talent, this beer is named in their honor! Deep mahogany in color, this lager has a rich malt flavor balanced by an assertive hop character."

Mandolinist Ashby Frank also passed along that they will start work on a new CD as soon as they return from this weekend’s trip.

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