Spending/Drinking More or Less on Beer during Pandemic?

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Re: Spending/Drinking More or Less on Beer during Pandemic?

Postby Tapsucker » Wed Sep 09, 2020 6:38 pm

S. St. Jeb wrote:"Honey, why are the steaks burnt and the pork sausage still cold in the middle?" :)


Honey, those are perfect grill marks! But why are they on your face?

By CA #14, I assume you mean Collective Arts IPA #14. If so, good buy. It's really good.
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Re: Spending/Drinking More or Less on Beer during Pandemic?

Postby Belgian » Wed Sep 09, 2020 8:44 pm

I stopped in at Bar Volo who certainly were worth coming by for some delicious Dageraad beers from BC on their nice tap list.

Quaint alleyway table seating at this time, wasn't at all crowded for an early dinner. Swing by and say hi to Ralph & the crew.
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Re: Spending/Drinking More or Less on Beer during Pandemic?

Postby Ukie » Thu Sep 10, 2020 4:18 pm

Tapsucker wrote:
S. St. Jeb wrote:"Honey, why are the steaks burnt and the pork sausage still cold in the middle?" :)


Honey, those are perfect grill marks! But why are they on your face?

By CA #14, I assume you mean Collective Arts IPA #14. If so, good buy. It's really good.


Haha, I was trained by my father-in-law in the art of barbecuing , the food is ready when the 3rd beer is consumed! Of course beer in those days was only 4.5%, but then one day I brought over a new beer, Bra D'or, 6% abv, it was pretty funny!

Yes Collective Arts IPA #14!. That Flying Dog is excellent and yes I am barbecuing!
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Re: Spending/Drinking More or Less on Beer during Pandemic?

Postby Tapsucker » Thu Sep 10, 2020 9:28 pm

Ukie wrote:
Haha, I was trained by my father-in-law in the art of barbecuing , the food is ready when the 3rd beer is consumed! Of course beer in those days was only 4.5%, but then one day I brought over a new beer, Bra D'or, 6% abv, it was pretty funny!

Yes Collective Arts IPA #14!. That Flying Dog is excellent and yes I am barbecuing!


3 beers is grilling. Turn on gas, wait 15 minutes then hold tongs with pinky prominently projected "English tea time (tyme?) style". BBQ takes at least eight hours and a whole lot more beer. :lol:
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Re: Spending/Drinking More or Less on Beer during Pandemic?

Postby Ukie » Fri Sep 11, 2020 8:05 pm

Tapsucker wrote:
Ukie wrote:
Haha, I was trained by my father-in-law in the art of barbecuing , the food is ready when the 3rd beer is consumed! Of course beer in those days was only 4.5%, but then one day I brought over a new beer, Bra D'or, 6% abv, it was pretty funny!

Yes Collective Arts IPA #14!. That Flying Dog is excellent and yes I am barbecuing!


3 beers is grilling. Turn on gas, wait 15 minutes then hold tongs with pinky prominently projected "English tea time (tyme?) style". BBQ takes at least eight hours and a whole lot more beer. :lol:


Haha! You are correct, I was new!

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