The second edition of this beer-fueled discussion and improv night promises to be even better than the last—and that could prove difficult, since the previous event sold out. If you’ve been keeping up with your tpt schedule, you might have caught “Constitution USA with Peter Sagal” the past few Tuesdays (yep, that’s the voice from Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me!”), a series that puts Sagal on a motorcycle tour of the United States to see how the Constitution is faring these days where the rubber meets the road. From Federalism to the Fourteenth Amendment, Sagal has interviewed experts and common citizens alike to find where fact and public opinion collide. This event series is your opportunity to hash out your thoughts with like-minded beer-lovers and enjoy a little sketch comedy for good measure.
If you’ve missed a few episodes, nothing to fear—there won’t be a test, but there will be smart conversation with Eric Black of MinnPost and Gustavus Adolphus Poli Sci prof Alisa Rosenthal, plus plenty of opportunities to weigh in with your own thoughts. The Theater of Public Policy will be around to break the tension if things get heavy, and clips from the show will keep the conversation moving. Plus beer. Did we mention there’d be beer? 6:30 p.m. $10. —EK
Amsterdam Bar & Hall, 6 W. 6th St., St. Paul, 612-285-3112, amsterdambarandhall.com