After an incredibly well-received inaugural installment that featured music from Volunteer and Soup Moat and rare fermented delicacies from Three Floyds Brewery pushed the bar to Mitten Fest-like capacity last November, Burnhearts decided to bring back its Punk Rock House Kegger Party for a second year. Today, the bar announced the odd-yet-enjoyable combination of craft beer from beloved Indiana microbrewery and local punk rock will come back to Burnhearts on Thursday, November 19.

This time around, new supergroup Dorth Nakota is confirmed to play along with Piles. As far as beer goes, Burnhearts owner William Seidel tells Milwaukee Record he can’t confirm which Three Floyds brews will be available yet. However, last year’s event featured a half barrel of Zombie Dust, which ran out within 30 minutes. Seidel says five or six tap lines will be devoted to Three Floyds.

The beers will be tapped at 6 p.m. The event is free and, duh, 21+.

Update: Here are the Three Floyds beers that will be available.

Amber Smashed Face
Zombie Dust (!!!)
Alpha Naught
Arctic Panzer
Battle Priest
Yum Yum
and free Jinx Proof

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