Serves their own wide assortment of brewed booz🍺 in their Tap Room located on the brewery grounds. Drinks are poured in their tap room offering both indoor and outdoor seating. Entry way was level with handicap parking right in front. The indoor space is open with plenty of room to maneuver between the benches and tables (seating is long tables with long mobile benches throughout). Beer is ordered from the front counter bartenders. The counter height is easy to access. The covered patio can be accessed from the front paved pathway and from inside. The space is open with picnic table seating.They also offer a food truck at various times(chk website for listings). To get to the food truck from the bar you must go out the front entrance and around the side as their are only stairs to exit from back of patio. Food truck has a wooden platform in front of the ordering window and no accessible ramp☹️(suggest having your drinking buddy take your order).There are menus available inside. The food was delicious🤤 There are picnic tables adjacent to the food truck but the ground below them is covered with loose rocks. This space would not be accessible on wheels. The RRs are located down the hallway to the left of the bar and are accessible. Was able to pull up to sink, soap & towel dispensers are high but being motion censored I was able to get soap! The mirror was too high. #accessibleworld#handiapp#austinbeerworks
"Opening myself up to someone is not so hard. I just need to know if it's going to be real as y'all know my profile says "I prefer real ppl"... it's so hard... Meaning the realness within while we are together and apart. That deepness that cannot be mistaken for anything other than that REAL 'ISH!... That, I want to take you to meet my fam and I'm yours and can you be mine?... type deal 'Ish... Sharing our deepest thoughts and emotions that will bring us even closer making us one but still fight over petty 'Ish like channel 50.1... Real love, real connection, real reason to share, my space and time and destress with my new reason to smile in this beautiful 'Ish we call existence." - Rafaela Estrada
Do you remember the moment when you met your best friend? I do. While I usually paint abstracts, Red Paper Cranes is a painting that, for me, illustrates the passing of time, of loving and loss, and of supporting each other through trying times. A few years ago my best friend found out she has Multiple Sclerosis (MS). MS is a chronic disease that attacks the central nervous system. It is often diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 40, and in Australia, three out of four people diagnosed are women. Canada has the world’s highest rate of MS, and again, it is more prevalent than women. I have created a limited edition reproduction of this painting (available in the link) and will be donating 20% of proceeds between MS Society Queensland (where I live) and MS Society Toronto Chapter (where my best friend lives). You can read more this incredible woman and our beautiful friendship (of over 35 years) in my blog this week. I have also provided you with links in my blog so that you can find out more about the ongoing work these two remarkable organisations do to assist those living with MS and so that you may donate directly should you wish. Hopefully it won’t be long until a cure is found. And, if you’re reading this, take a moment to give your best friend a call, or a text, or, if you’re sitting beside them right now , give them a really, really big hug. ❤️
Fun fact: Cambodian temples are not exactly handicap friendly—- one year ago today was one of my favorite and most difficult adventure days of all time. I could barely walk, my balance was non existent and a small Chinese woman nearly knocked me off the top step at Angkor thom- weirdly, still some of my favorite memories. It was definitely memorable. #activemsers#mssociety#strongerthanms#fuckms
We are so sorry that we haven’t posted in a while, but it’s because our test kitchen has been very busy! Between the “snow” and the colorful leaves, we weren’t sure if we wanted to release our fall or winter seasonal flavor....so we did both!! Please welcome to our cake pop line-up, Pumpkin Spice and Not-So-Thin Mint! Our Pumpkin Spice pop is a classic combination of sweet and spice coated in our signature white chocolate. Our Not-So-Thin Mint pop is a “cool” twist on our classic Double Chocolate pop. The cake and chocolate shell are infused with peppermint extract and garnished with finely crushed candy canes or Andes Mints! ‘Tis the season to place your order today!! They are sure to be a hit at any holiday party! @bike_ms @mssociety #MiSsionPopsible#MiSsionPossible#cakepop#cakepops#cakeforacause#bikems#multiplesclerosis#ms#nationalmssociety#mssociety
Sometimes, living with MS can leave people feeling lonely and isolated. We’re launching our Christmas Connections appeal, so we can connect even more people with the care and support they need. Our MS Helpline, forum and local groups provide information, advice and friendship to anyone affected by MS. Help us make sure no one has to face MS alone - if you feel you’d like to support us, tap on the link in our bio. Thank you! #christmas#christmasconnections#connectms#christmasappeal#multiplesclerosis#mssociety#mssocietyuk
Happy Motivated Mondays - I have loved the topic of gratitude this year and realize more and more what a powerful tool it is in the battle to keep a positive perspective! I love this quote because it is a great reminder that we can practice remembering what we are thankful for and it can become habitual!!! Every morning after the kids say positive affirmations on the way to school, we finish with each identifying something they are thankful for. Such a special way to start the day.
I'm thankful for access to lots of fitness options ....among a zillion other things. What are you super thankful for?
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Who doesn’t like tacos 🤔 offers both indoor and outdoor seating. The entrance is level with a light weight door 👍🏽 the line to place food is to left of the entrance with a low wall dividing the dining area, there are low table and booths throughout. Space is tight throughout the seating area, harder to maneuver in a scooter than a manual or power wheelchair. The bar is directly in the middle of restaurant with 2 accessible wheelchair bar top seating spacesp. The fountain drink station is reachable. Patio can be accessed from inside the restaurant and through an outside gate, offering only bench seating with space to pull up your wheelchair up to the end of the table. The space is too narrow to do a full turnaround in a scooter to exit back through the restaurant door, but using the outside gate it is a straight shot out. RR’s are located at the back of building. I was in my scooter and found the loo to be not so handicap friendly. I Had trouble opening the door and positioning my scooter to enter and exit the stall. The wash station: was able to get to the sink with no problem but the soap was out of reach😟. (Make sure to have your trusty hand sanitizer.) The paper towel dispenser is away from the sink so be sure to get them before you wash to keep the dripping to a minimum. Manual and powerchairs will do ok in the restaurant but scooters will have problems maneuvering through the tight spaces, especially if it is busy. #accessibleworld#handiapp