Love won and now HopCat wants to celebrate

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In honor of the Supreme Court's ruling that the ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional, HopCat wants to celebrate. The Detroit and Ann Arbor locations of the craft beer bar will offer half off all draft beer, cocktails, and wine this afternoon from 4 p.m. to close. 

If you're reading this from beyond metro Detroit, HopCat's Grand Rapids, East Lansing, and Indianapolis locations are also participating. 



Don't forget to order some Crack Fries while you're there. Earlier this week Food Network magazine named them to a list of the ten best orders of fries in the country. 

After the ruling came down, the chair of beer bars posted this to their Ann Arbor location's Facebook page:




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