Discussion in 'Alehose' started by Timmy, Nov 24, 2009.
Would you crack one open with the boys?
Most of them wouldn't appreciate the good stuff. I give them my Bud Light/Coors Light supply.
"I know how you guys love piss...let's crack one open."
"Crack one open with the boys" has legs.
Deuce went to a Half Acre event but didn't invite anybody from the site.
Just cracked one open. Not with the boys tho.
Is this where this came from?
It's a meme that's been around for a while
Crackin' Cold Ones Beach Festival W/ Dirtytyedye Society Label
Dirtytyedye Society Label TAKEOVER
I went to FWIBF two weekends past, and Revolution was there pouring VSOJ. That was a fucking magnificent beer. Do they ever bottle that?
Already have Monday and Thursday tickets
I'll probably go to the tailgate and skip the game.
Will already be downtown for some RF interview at 3.
No more teacher tired haps?
Would be nice, but no.
Just an end of the year exit interview of sorts. I've been working with this non profit org this school year and they want feedback and whatnot.
sycked will be downtown today?
On the 27th.
damn, ill be out of town
Hearing good things about Noon Whistle in Lombard and their NE IPAs of late. Road trip?
I think they did a collab with Marz, so I assume I can just go to Maria's to get their stuff.
BTW, Marz is now finally making beer in the new place that Deuce, Ballz, and I visited.
Tried some IPA from Terrapin out of Athens,GA, should have just gone with my ole standby Jai Alai.
New neighborhood bar?
Got real drunk there with teachers recently.
The Gummy Series. I was coming hear just to say how much I've been digging them. Great stuff.
There was a very random Tired Hands tap takeover in LA for beer week, and that was some very impressive beer. So I guess there's at least one thing to do while you're in Philly now...
Unsustainable haps: Moxee / Mad Mouse brewpub in University Village is closing.
I guess that explains why they no showed the first Friday Night Flights.
I'm surprised that any of those places on Maxwell stay open.
They'd be much more visible facing Halsted.
-1's best friend and husband were co-owners.
And, yeah, I went there several times and always enjoyed the food and beer, but that location was so tucked away off of Halsted that lots of people driving around there probably never knew it existed.
Bummer. The husband and the brew masters were great dudes.
I went there for lunch a couple of months ago. Place was completely dead except for my group and one other table.
They made the grave mistake of opening once I left UIC. I was living right there when Morgan's was the only place in biz. Also now closed.
keg killing machine over here as of late. six kegs in the last three and a half weeks.