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Discussion in 'Northeast - Greater Flugistan and home of the carp' started by sloburban, Feb 26, 2009.
Yeah, welcome back JJ.
You sure do seem to tag a lot of places that sell/brew beer.
Its good to be back, I definitely missed out on tagging the past few months.
I knew someone would catch that It's not far from my place so it was an easy drop
You go DM!
Hey, their Oyster Stout sounds interesting.
Staying with the same theme (and at the risk of repeating a tag - I did not check)
Had dinner there with the Missus the other day.
Thanks for the tip JJ.
You should also give the Bourbon Barleywine a shot (pun intended).
Does this mean you're out of "Hibernation"?
Yep... momentarily... but look at the weather I brought with me...
I can almost cut the fog with a knife all day today.
B Soul Smack a.k.a. Smooth Cash
Baller Double B Juice
you b bad...
Didn't take your bike eh? Just your thirst, appetite and camera.
All that is missing is a bike - and a brewery
Took the wife and the van. Wanted a beer with lunch and won't do that on the bike. The beer was the Indian Brown Ale, VERY GOOD!
So it's OK to drive under the influence as long as you're not on two wheels?
Nope. Given my size and weight (make all the puns you DDB care to), one beer with a meal over the course of an hour or so is not an issue as far as driving goes. That said, I have read quite a few studies were as little as 1/2 a beer can have a noticeable effect when riding due to the added complexity and balance requirements. They could be wrong, but for me; riding = no drinking.
1. Given your size and weight you would be fine drinking 2 cases of beer.
2. We know you can't read so you didn't study anything.
3. Elderberry is the only beer that should not be consumed when driving, riding or camping.
Howzit going Jerry J Hitman
Wrong again. I'm a Smart-ass.
Keep telling yourself that.