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Rolling rock!

That takes me back. Always disliked rolling rock, but not enough to not drink it if it's all we had.

yeah, that stuff is terrible. it was never the only thing we had, so I never had to drink it.


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Rolling rock!

That takes me back. Always disliked rolling rock, but not enough to not drink it if it's all we had.

I like it well enough. Decent summer beer.

Rong.


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Rolling rock!

That takes me back. Always disliked rolling rock, but not enough to not drink it if it's all we had.

Yeah... I guess.

Rolling Rock sucks. Skunky.

Went out for drinks with some fiernds in SLC the other night. Utah alcohol laws have changed a bit (no more private club laws, you can have more than one drink per person at the table now), but they still have that stupid fucking 3.2% restriction. You can get higher alcohol content beers in regular bars now, and there is even a good new microbrewery called Epic that makes good full strength beers, but it is completely impossible to get full-strength beer on tap ANYWHERE in Utah. Even if you visit the Epic brewery, they can only serve you their stuff in bottles.

So, when you order a beer on tap, they serve it to you in this huge 24 oz mug so you still get some sort of buzz, and you wind up waterlogged and bloated for the rest of the night. Booooo.

very Utah-rded

interesting. I work with a couple guys from utah and they told me the microbrew scene there is terrific. And these guys like their beer.


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camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Rolling rock!

That takes me back. Always disliked rolling rock, but not enough to not drink it if it's all we had.

Yeah... I guess.

Rolling Rock sucks. Skunky.

Went out for drinks with some fiernds in SLC the other night. Utah alcohol laws have changed a bit (no more private club laws, you can have more than one drink per person at the table now), but they still have that stupid fucking 3.2% restriction. You can get higher alcohol content beers in regular bars now, and there is even a good new microbrewery called Epic that makes good full strength beers, but it is completely impossible to get full-strength beer on tap ANYWHERE in Utah. Even if you visit the Epic brewery, they can only serve you their stuff in bottles.

So, when you order a beer on tap, they serve it to you in this huge 24 oz mug so you still get some sort of buzz, and you wind up waterlogged and bloated for the rest of the night. Booooo.

Epic makes pretty gud beers.


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caughtinside wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Rolling rock!

That takes me back. Always disliked rolling rock, but not enough to not drink it if it's all we had.

Yeah... I guess.

Rolling Rock sucks. Skunky.

Went out for drinks with some fiernds in SLC the other night. Utah alcohol laws have changed a bit (no more private club laws, you can have more than one drink per person at the table now), but they still have that stupid fucking 3.2% restriction. You can get higher alcohol content beers in regular bars now, and there is even a good new microbrewery called Epic that makes good full strength beers, but it is completely impossible to get full-strength beer on tap ANYWHERE in Utah. Even if you visit the Epic brewery, they can only serve you their stuff in bottles.

So, when you order a beer on tap, they serve it to you in this huge 24 oz mug so you still get some sort of buzz, and you wind up waterlogged and bloated for the rest of the night. Booooo.

very Utah-rded

interesting. I work with a couple guys from utah and they told me the microbrew scene there is terrific. And these guys like their beer.

Although I should add that I am a big fan of low alcohol beer. I don't really understand the attraction of over proofed beers, they taste like ass and you get wasted off of one. That's no fun.


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caughtinside wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Rolling rock!

That takes me back. Always disliked rolling rock, but not enough to not drink it if it's all we had.

Yeah... I guess.

Rolling Rock sucks. Skunky.

Went out for drinks with some fiernds in SLC the other night. Utah alcohol laws have changed a bit (no more private club laws, you can have more than one drink per person at the table now), but they still have that stupid fucking 3.2% restriction. You can get higher alcohol content beers in regular bars now, and there is even a good new microbrewery called Epic that makes good full strength beers, but it is completely impossible to get full-strength beer on tap ANYWHERE in Utah. Even if you visit the Epic brewery, they can only serve you their stuff in bottles.

So, when you order a beer on tap, they serve it to you in this huge 24 oz mug so you still get some sort of buzz, and you wind up waterlogged and bloated for the rest of the night. Booooo.

very Utah-rded

interesting. I work with a couple guys from utah and they told me the microbrew scene there is terrific. And these guys like their beer.

Although I should add that I am a big fan of low alcohol beer. I don't really understand the attraction of over proofed beers, they taste like ass and you get wasted off of one. That's no fun.

While we're on the subject of silly beers, and you guys will love this, I bought a 12 pack of Budweiser the other week.... of 8oz cans!! They are hilarious!! And Tiny! Like those Tree Top Apple Juices I drank as a kid. So much fun!!AngelicAngelicAngelic


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Hey Mo, it's tomato season up here, picked up a half bushel of Roma's last weekend for $13. Lovely big guys too.

I've been curious about making ketchup since you talked about it here a while ago, but I'm also thinking it's going to be too much effort if I have to skin them by hand, and WAY too much effort if I need to remove the skins.

How many tomatoes do you use for a batch? I don't go through that much ketchup in a year anyway.
It's definitely worth beg borrowing or stealing either a hand crank food mill (most you can hook up to a drill- MOAR power!) because then you just slice tomatoes in half, toss it in, and sauce comes out one end and seeds and peels the other. Boom.

I want to say I take about 30 pounds and turn it into 8 half pints. It's not a lot because you cook it down even thicker than sauce. But...omg it's delicious. Once you have it you're just like 'Heinz who?'

If you're using the processor you can do the whole thing in a day, otherwise you can always freeze the raw sauce/purée as you go then unfreeze all at once to process into ketchup. You don't need special gear for the canning outside of one if those blue enamel canners but even if you don't have that you can use a big pot with a towel on the bottom (so water can circulate 360* around the jars).

Once jarred they last 2+ years, so even if you have a shitty afternoon of blanching and seeding by hand- I still think it's worth it if you can get 20 half pints out if it. Keeps well in the fridge too but def not as long as store bought.

Want me to send you a jar to taste test?

First, approximitly how many tomatoes is in 8lbs? Second, I fucking hate talking pints, quarts and ounces. What a stupid fucking system. And now I have to go look up how many ml a pint is. (just looked it up, a pint 473mL....I assume you did the super small jars because it doesn't last as long?).

Oh, how long does it last once you open the jar anyway? I could see that not being worth while because I don't use ketchup very often.

I'd love to get a jar to taste, but I'm in the great white north and shipping would probably be a lot. Maybe I can try making a super small batch just to see if I want to go through with it?

You got kitchen scales? Put a few average-sized tomatoes on the scale and see how much they weigh, so you can do your number of tomatoes per pound conversion... This stuff is approximate, anyway.

And yes, I use a tomato mill also, for processing larche batches. It is really nice because you don't need to dunk the tomatoes into hot water first, to loosen the skin. Just cut then into halves or quarters. If I were making just a couple of jars, I would do a pot of hot water and peel them, but it does get pretty tedious if you are doing this alone, and have to dunk couple bushels of tomatoes into boiling water, and then peel them by hand.

(g_g flies into rage at the word bushel... I'm with you! I still have no idea how much is a bushel, in normal measurements. But I do know what a bushel basket of tomatoes look like)

I'm okay with bushel, I mean a bushel is a bushel. I still think pints quarts and ounces are idiotic.

base 10 units are too easy awesome.

Fixed that for you.


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Aug 22, 2014, 4:43 PM
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caughtinside wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Rolling rock!

That takes me back. Always disliked rolling rock, but not enough to not drink it if it's all we had.

Yeah... I guess.

Rolling Rock sucks. Skunky.

Went out for drinks with some fiernds in SLC the other night. Utah alcohol laws have changed a bit (no more private club laws, you can have more than one drink per person at the table now), but they still have that stupid fucking 3.2% restriction. You can get higher alcohol content beers in regular bars now, and there is even a good new microbrewery called Epic that makes good full strength beers, but it is completely impossible to get full-strength beer on tap ANYWHERE in Utah. Even if you visit the Epic brewery, they can only serve you their stuff in bottles.

So, when you order a beer on tap, they serve it to you in this huge 24 oz mug so you still get some sort of buzz, and you wind up waterlogged and bloated for the rest of the night. Booooo.

very Utah-rded

interesting. I work with a couple guys from utah and they told me the microbrew scene there is terrific. And these guys like their beer.

Although I should add that I am a big fan of low alcohol beer. I don't really understand the attraction of over proofed beers, they taste like ass and you get wasted off of one. That's no fun.

Don't go to Quebec then.

I still have an over sized Unibroue Maudite in my fridge from February. I think the bottle is a full liter and it's 8%. I have no idea when I'm going to drink it.


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caughtinside wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Rolling rock!

That takes me back. Always disliked rolling rock, but not enough to not drink it if it's all we had.

Yeah... I guess.

Rolling Rock sucks. Skunky.

Went out for drinks with some fiernds in SLC the other night. Utah alcohol laws have changed a bit (no more private club laws, you can have more than one drink per person at the table now), but they still have that stupid fucking 3.2% restriction. You can get higher alcohol content beers in regular bars now, and there is even a good new microbrewery called Epic that makes good full strength beers, but it is completely impossible to get full-strength beer on tap ANYWHERE in Utah. Even if you visit the Epic brewery, they can only serve you their stuff in bottles.

So, when you order a beer on tap, they serve it to you in this huge 24 oz mug so you still get some sort of buzz, and you wind up waterlogged and bloated for the rest of the night. Booooo.

very Utah-rded

interesting. I work with a couple guys from utah and they told me the microbrew scene there is terrific. And these guys like their beer.

Although I should add that I am a big fan of low alcohol beer. I don't really understand the attraction of over proofed beers, they taste like ass and you get wasted off of one. That's no fun.

While we're on the subject of silly beers, and you guys will love this, I bought a 12 pack of Budweiser the other week.... of 8oz cans!! They are hilarious!! And Tiny! Like those Tree Top Apple Juices I drank as a kid. So much fun!!AngelicAngelicAngelic

*shitz pantz in rage*


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granite_grrl wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Rolling rock!

That takes me back. Always disliked rolling rock, but not enough to not drink it if it's all we had.

Yeah... I guess.

Rolling Rock sucks. Skunky.

Went out for drinks with some fiernds in SLC the other night. Utah alcohol laws have changed a bit (no more private club laws, you can have more than one drink per person at the table now), but they still have that stupid fucking 3.2% restriction. You can get higher alcohol content beers in regular bars now, and there is even a good new microbrewery called Epic that makes good full strength beers, but it is completely impossible to get full-strength beer on tap ANYWHERE in Utah. Even if you visit the Epic brewery, they can only serve you their stuff in bottles.

So, when you order a beer on tap, they serve it to you in this huge 24 oz mug so you still get some sort of buzz, and you wind up waterlogged and bloated for the rest of the night. Booooo.

very Utah-rded

interesting. I work with a couple guys from utah and they told me the microbrew scene there is terrific. And these guys like their beer.

Although I should add that I am a big fan of low alcohol beer. I don't really understand the attraction of over proofed beers, they taste like ass and you get wasted off of one. That's no fun.

Don't go to Quebec then.

I still have an over sized Unibroue Maudite in my fridge from February. I think the bottle is a full liter and it's 8%. I have no idea when I'm going to drink it.

I love Maudite


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climbs4fun wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Rolling rock!

That takes me back. Always disliked rolling rock, but not enough to not drink it if it's all we had.

Yeah... I guess.

Rolling Rock sucks. Skunky.

Went out for drinks with some fiernds in SLC the other night. Utah alcohol laws have changed a bit (no more private club laws, you can have more than one drink per person at the table now), but they still have that stupid fucking 3.2% restriction. You can get higher alcohol content beers in regular bars now, and there is even a good new microbrewery called Epic that makes good full strength beers, but it is completely impossible to get full-strength beer on tap ANYWHERE in Utah. Even if you visit the Epic brewery, they can only serve you their stuff in bottles.

So, when you order a beer on tap, they serve it to you in this huge 24 oz mug so you still get some sort of buzz, and you wind up waterlogged and bloated for the rest of the night. Booooo.

very Utah-rded

interesting. I work with a couple guys from utah and they told me the microbrew scene there is terrific. And these guys like their beer.

Although I should add that I am a big fan of low alcohol beer. I don't really understand the attraction of over proofed beers, they taste like ass and you get wasted off of one. That's no fun.

Don't go to Quebec then.

I still have an over sized Unibroue Maudite in my fridge from February. I think the bottle is a full liter and it's 8%. I have no idea when I'm going to drink it.

I love Maudite

I do too, the point stands that I'm going to be drunk if I drink that entire bottle by myself. It's more of a sharing beer anyway.


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climbs4fun wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Rolling rock!

That takes me back. Always disliked rolling rock, but not enough to not drink it if it's all we had.

Yeah... I guess.

Rolling Rock sucks. Skunky.

Went out for drinks with some fiernds in SLC the other night. Utah alcohol laws have changed a bit (no more private club laws, you can have more than one drink per person at the table now), but they still have that stupid fucking 3.2% restriction. You can get higher alcohol content beers in regular bars now, and there is even a good new microbrewery called Epic that makes good full strength beers, but it is completely impossible to get full-strength beer on tap ANYWHERE in Utah. Even if you visit the Epic brewery, they can only serve you their stuff in bottles.

So, when you order a beer on tap, they serve it to you in this huge 24 oz mug so you still get some sort of buzz, and you wind up waterlogged and bloated for the rest of the night. Booooo.

very Utah-rded

interesting. I work with a couple guys from utah and they told me the microbrew scene there is terrific. And these guys like their beer.

Although I should add that I am a big fan of low alcohol beer. I don't really understand the attraction of over proofed beers, they taste like ass and you get wasted off of one. That's no fun.

Don't go to Quebec then.

I still have an over sized Unibroue Maudite in my fridge from February. I think the bottle is a full liter and it's 8%. I have no idea when I'm going to drink it.

I love Maudite

La Fin Du Monde is also excellent.

Curt


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snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Rolling rock!

That takes me back. Always disliked rolling rock, but not enough to not drink it if it's all we had.

Yeah... I guess.

Rolling Rock sucks. Skunky.

Went out for drinks with some fiernds in SLC the other night. Utah alcohol laws have changed a bit (no more private club laws, you can have more than one drink per person at the table now), but they still have that stupid fucking 3.2% restriction. You can get higher alcohol content beers in regular bars now, and there is even a good new microbrewery called Epic that makes good full strength beers, but it is completely impossible to get full-strength beer on tap ANYWHERE in Utah. Even if you visit the Epic brewery, they can only serve you their stuff in bottles.

So, when you order a beer on tap, they serve it to you in this huge 24 oz mug so you still get some sort of buzz, and you wind up waterlogged and bloated for the rest of the night. Booooo.

Epic makes pretty gud beers.

Epic is gud. I just wish I could get their stuff on tap. I'm not sure if they sell kegs outside the state.


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caughtinside wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Rolling rock!

That takes me back. Always disliked rolling rock, but not enough to not drink it if it's all we had.

Yeah... I guess.

Rolling Rock sucks. Skunky.

Went out for drinks with some fiernds in SLC the other night. Utah alcohol laws have changed a bit (no more private club laws, you can have more than one drink per person at the table now), but they still have that stupid fucking 3.2% restriction. You can get higher alcohol content beers in regular bars now, and there is even a good new microbrewery called Epic that makes good full strength beers, but it is completely impossible to get full-strength beer on tap ANYWHERE in Utah. Even if you visit the Epic brewery, they can only serve you their stuff in bottles.

So, when you order a beer on tap, they serve it to you in this huge 24 oz mug so you still get some sort of buzz, and you wind up waterlogged and bloated for the rest of the night. Booooo.

very Utah-rded

interesting. I work with a couple guys from utah and they told me the microbrew scene there is terrific. And these guys like their beer.

Although I should add that I am a big fan of low alcohol beer. I don't really understand the attraction of over proofed beers, they taste like ass and you get wasted off of one. That's no fun.

While we're on the subject of silly beers, and you guys will love this, I bought a 12 pack of Budweiser the other week.... of 8oz cans!! They are hilarious!! And Tiny! Like those Tree Top Apple Juices I drank as a kid. So much fun!!AngelicAngelicAngelic

Sounds like Type 3 Fun.


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Wrapping up mah Utah trip here; the Taco is loaded down with paintings, guns, wine, and power tools. Heading down South to the redrock in Capitol Reef for one more book lecture, then busting over to Moab, then to RADo where I may try to climb with Angry. Then back to Dubbya Vee just in time for Labor Day. I guess it's been raining there the whole time I've been gone, woohoo!

Got pulled over last night on the way home from a friend's house, for going 30 in a 25. Scared the shit out of me, since the small town cops here can be real fascists. I'd had two beers, too, which could have fucked me. But I passed the alphabet test with flying colors, didn't get a speeding ticket, and the officer was actually pretty nice. But jeez, that could have been bad.


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curt wrote:
climbs4fun wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Rolling rock!

That takes me back. Always disliked rolling rock, but not enough to not drink it if it's all we had.

Yeah... I guess.

Rolling Rock sucks. Skunky.

Went out for drinks with some fiernds in SLC the other night. Utah alcohol laws have changed a bit (no more private club laws, you can have more than one drink per person at the table now), but they still have that stupid fucking 3.2% restriction. You can get higher alcohol content beers in regular bars now, and there is even a good new microbrewery called Epic that makes good full strength beers, but it is completely impossible to get full-strength beer on tap ANYWHERE in Utah. Even if you visit the Epic brewery, they can only serve you their stuff in bottles.

So, when you order a beer on tap, they serve it to you in this huge 24 oz mug so you still get some sort of buzz, and you wind up waterlogged and bloated for the rest of the night. Booooo.

very Utah-rded

interesting. I work with a couple guys from utah and they told me the microbrew scene there is terrific. And these guys like their beer.

Although I should add that I am a big fan of low alcohol beer. I don't really understand the attraction of over proofed beers, they taste like ass and you get wasted off of one. That's no fun.

Don't go to Quebec then.

I still have an over sized Unibroue Maudite in my fridge from February. I think the bottle is a full liter and it's 8%. I have no idea when I'm going to drink it.

I love Maudite

La Fin Du Monde is also excellent.

Curt

Jiant bottles of Fin du Monde are even harder to drink if you don't feel like getting drunk at 9% alcohol.

I find all the Unibroue stuff kinda....flowery? It's good, but I'm not always in the mood for it, even the regular alcohol level stuff.


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curt wrote:
climbs4fun wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Rolling rock!

That takes me back. Always disliked rolling rock, but not enough to not drink it if it's all we had.

Yeah... I guess.

Rolling Rock sucks. Skunky.

Went out for drinks with some fiernds in SLC the other night. Utah alcohol laws have changed a bit (no more private club laws, you can have more than one drink per person at the table now), but they still have that stupid fucking 3.2% restriction. You can get higher alcohol content beers in regular bars now, and there is even a good new microbrewery called Epic that makes good full strength beers, but it is completely impossible to get full-strength beer on tap ANYWHERE in Utah. Even if you visit the Epic brewery, they can only serve you their stuff in bottles.

So, when you order a beer on tap, they serve it to you in this huge 24 oz mug so you still get some sort of buzz, and you wind up waterlogged and bloated for the rest of the night. Booooo.

very Utah-rded

interesting. I work with a couple guys from utah and they told me the microbrew scene there is terrific. And these guys like their beer.

Although I should add that I am a big fan of low alcohol beer. I don't really understand the attraction of over proofed beers, they taste like ass and you get wasted off of one. That's no fun.

Don't go to Quebec then.

I still have an over sized Unibroue Maudite in my fridge from February. I think the bottle is a full liter and it's 8%. I have no idea when I'm going to drink it.

I love Maudite

La Fin Du Monde is also excellent.

Curt

I'll have to check that out, thanks


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Just got back from two days of wedding festivities.... I think I got asked/told to go pass out in my truck as I was complaining because the woman I was dancing with and wanted to have sex with was married, and I tried to explain that if she didn't think it was a problem, neither would I.

Also, the person officiating the wedding forgot to tell everyone to sit down during the ceremony. I'm not the only one!
Was there a canoe? Was it booze filled?


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Just got back from two days of wedding festivities.... I think I got asked/told to go pass out in my truck as I was complaining because the woman I was dancing with and wanted to have sex with was married, and I tried to explain that if she didn't think it was a problem, neither would I.

Also, the person officiating the wedding forgot to tell everyone to sit down during the ceremony. I'm not the only one!
Was there a canoe? Was it booze filled?

No canoe-- But I was booze-filled for sure!


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Also, I heard from the NoCakians following their tremblor. Everyone seems fine. Minus all the old farts in Napa, but whatever.


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Yes it was exciting. 50 miles away and it shook our house pretty good. Woke me up from the bed just shaking. I didn't hear anything break, so I went back to sleep. It felt like it lasted a long time, like almost a minute.

I think there are several water main breaks in Napa, and a friends 50 gal reptile tank fell off the stand and smashed.


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Yes it was exciting. 50 miles away and it shook our house pretty good. Woke me up from the bed just shaking. I didn't hear anything break, so I went back to sleep. It felt like it lasted a long time, like almost a minute.

I think there are several water main breaks in Napa, and a friends 50 gal reptile tank fell off the stand and smashed.

Ugh. Not fun. I can't say I liked them when I was growing up.

Drivel posted a blurb about waking up to her first earthquake.


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caughtinside wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Rolling rock!

That takes me back. Always disliked rolling rock, but not enough to not drink it if it's all we had.

Yeah... I guess.

Rolling Rock sucks. Skunky.

Went out for drinks with some fiernds in SLC the other night. Utah alcohol laws have changed a bit (no more private club laws, you can have more than one drink per person at the table now), but they still have that stupid fucking 3.2% restriction. You can get higher alcohol content beers in regular bars now, and there is even a good new microbrewery called Epic that makes good full strength beers, but it is completely impossible to get full-strength beer on tap ANYWHERE in Utah. Even if you visit the Epic brewery, they can only serve you their stuff in bottles.

So, when you order a beer on tap, they serve it to you in this huge 24 oz mug so you still get some sort of buzz, and you wind up waterlogged and bloated for the rest of the night. Booooo.

very Utah-rded

interesting. I work with a couple guys from utah and they told me the microbrew scene there is terrific. And these guys like their beer.

Although I should add that I am a big fan of low alcohol beer. I don't really understand the attraction of over proofed beers, they taste like ass and you get wasted off of one. That's no fun.

well, a lot of them taste quite good, and for many of us, we don't actually get wasted off just one of them.


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granite_grrl wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Rolling rock!

That takes me back. Always disliked rolling rock, but not enough to not drink it if it's all we had.

Yeah... I guess.

Rolling Rock sucks. Skunky.

Went out for drinks with some fiernds in SLC the other night. Utah alcohol laws have changed a bit (no more private club laws, you can have more than one drink per person at the table now), but they still have that stupid fucking 3.2% restriction. You can get higher alcohol content beers in regular bars now, and there is even a good new microbrewery called Epic that makes good full strength beers, but it is completely impossible to get full-strength beer on tap ANYWHERE in Utah. Even if you visit the Epic brewery, they can only serve you their stuff in bottles.

So, when you order a beer on tap, they serve it to you in this huge 24 oz mug so you still get some sort of buzz, and you wind up waterlogged and bloated for the rest of the night. Booooo.

very Utah-rded

interesting. I work with a couple guys from utah and they told me the microbrew scene there is terrific. And these guys like their beer.

Although I should add that I am a big fan of low alcohol beer. I don't really understand the attraction of over proofed beers, they taste like ass and you get wasted off of one. That's no fun.

Don't go to Quebec then.

I still have an over sized Unibroue Maudite in my fridge from February. I think the bottle is a full liter and it's 8%. I have no idea when I'm going to drink it.

It's probibly 750 ml, though I guess it's possible they do full liter-a-colabeer for the canadian market.


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camhead wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
Rolling rock!

That takes me back. Always disliked rolling rock, but not enough to not drink it if it's all we had.

Yeah... I guess.

Rolling Rock sucks. Skunky.

Went out for drinks with some fiernds in SLC the other night. Utah alcohol laws have changed a bit (no more private club laws, you can have more than one drink per person at the table now), but they still have that stupid fucking 3.2% restriction. You can get higher alcohol content beers in regular bars now, and there is even a good new microbrewery called Epic that makes good full strength beers, but it is completely impossible to get full-strength beer on tap ANYWHERE in Utah. Even if you visit the Epic brewery, they can only serve you their stuff in bottles.

So, when you order a beer on tap, they serve it to you in this huge 24 oz mug so you still get some sort of buzz, and you wind up waterlogged and bloated for the rest of the night. Booooo.

Epic makes pretty gud beers.

Epic is gud. I just wish I could get their stuff on tap. I'm not sure if they sell kegs outside the state.

I've had their stuff on tap at numerous establishments in socak. At full abv.

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