Pancakes and Punk

Ears were ringing as Ska Brewing’s third annual Punk Rock Breakfast screamed back into town Sunday morning at Storyville. The thirsty early morning crowd downed mimosas, bloodies and eggs to the soothing sounds of local punk rockers The Thirteens and their
special guest, Gina Go Faster, proving that breakfast is not only the most important meal of the day, but also the most fun.

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Bubba jams out in his jammies.

Three please: Always a crowdpleaser, bloody marys were the eye-opener of choice for the morning revelers.

7-month-old Summer Rogers, Sara Henrich, and Marcus Mahanty soak up the atmosphere at their first Punk Rock Breakfast.


More fun than church: Arlo Grammatica, Beach and Tim McLaughlin get silly before act two.

Stretching is also an important part of Mischker's early morning routine.

Cheers: Sporting the requisite lounge wear, from left, Michelle Haley, Bill Amos, Andrew Leigth, Amand Griffith and Mr. Ryan offer a toast to the breakfast of champions.


Thirteens lead singer Erik Mischker, who prefers to go by "Jack Ian Hoffa" when on stage, does some early morning aerobics.





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