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The Golden Brew Tavern
| Last visited by Brystol Lyonhart – 05/09/2005 Coordinates: 76° 12′ N, 23° 41′ W – MalasMany people have enjoyed being a customer of the Golden Brew since its original inception way back on August 6, 1998. Originally located in the Felucca Shard, the Brew eventually upgraded and moved, foundation and all, over to the Trammel Shard. It was here that it spent most of it’s years and where many current players have stopped by for an ale or two. Both of these locations were just up the coast North by Northeast of the Shrine of Justice. Throughout the years it was also surrounded by a town dubbed “Golden”, named after the tavern that it was built around.
As time tends to do with all things, the Brew changed again in 2005 – People moved on to other worlds and new residents moved in. However, some of the original owners of The Golden Brew and members of The Golden Knights (who built the Brew) – Namely Joshua Rowan and Leyf Bolden – decided it was time to move the Brew into even bigger digs and moved it over to an incredible location just south of the City of Luna in Malas Shard (see maps). It is here that The Golden Brew currently resides, along with the base of The Golden Knights Guild.
The Golden Knights welcome all adventurers looking for a stout beer, for a long story, or simply for a place that they can relax and share time with friends and enemies alike. As has been said of the Brew in the past, “You will find players relaxing in between expeditions or just enjoying each other’s company. If you’re in the mood for a good meal I recommend the hot and spicy drake ribs and fresh brewed ale.” You should also make sure to stop at the ORC HEAD on the way inside and pat it for Good Luck!
We also welcome all guilds and players who would like to use The Golden Brew for birthday parties, bachelorette parties, or any other special event that you have a need for.
For questions or concerns, feel free to contact Joshua Rowan anytime!
Last modified: October 13, 2011