mR. bReWski says.......
Big Apple's Beer on Wheels

A Manhattan street food truck now offers beer,
wine and cocktails. The truck is parked outside
the space formerly occupied by Tavern on the
Green in Central Park. Under a one-year liquor
license, the truck is allowed to sell alcohol that
will be consumed within a seating area there.
The truck's drink menu currently includes
Corona and Blue Moon beer, Jacob's Creek
Chardonnay and Merlot, as well as Absolut
Vodka, Beefeater Gin, Jim Beam bourbon and
Jameson Irish whiskey. It's the first of it's kind
in the history of New York City.
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Get Your 120 Now!

Dogfish Head has just bottled a batch of the
powerful (18% ABV) 120-Minute IPA for the
first time in 20 months.  States that will be
getting a limited supply are Delaware,
Massachusetts, Maine, Connecticut, New York,
Washington (state), Oregon, Arizona, Nevada,
Florida, New Jersey, Virginia, Maryland,
Kentucky, Michigan, Illinois, Pennsylvania,
Colorado, and Washington DC.  They will have
a suggested retail price of  $30 per 4-pack but
many stores break up the pack and sell them for
upwards of $10 for an individual bottle.  Is it
worth the price?  Buy one and see, we think so.
You don't say.....

Unlike wines, most beers should be stored upright to
minimize oxidation and contamination from the cap. High-
alcohol ales, however, which continue to ferment in their
corked bottles, should be stored on their sides.
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The yeast is the main difference between ales and lagers.
Also, lagers are fermented at cooler temperatures while ales
are aged for a much shorter time.
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In 1962, Iron City beer was the brand used to test-market
the concept of tab opening aluminum cans. By 1970, over
90% of all beer cans were self-opening
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Budweiser goes from grain to bottle in 28 days.  Many
microbreweries serve beer brewed less than 3 weeks earlier.
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There are 19 different versions of Guinness.
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President Theodore Roosevelt took more than 500 gallons of
beer with him on an African safari.
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•Who would have guessed that the Japanese are such beer
guzzlers?  Sake only gets an 8% share in the alcoholic
beverage market while beer owns 60%!  The most popular
beer in Japan is Asahi Super Dry.
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See it to believe it - the lawnmower beer train:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zq5vkLxwwlw
Ya gotta love these guys
Paul victor
"The world needs water. For every bottle of beer
you drink you contribute to conserving the
drinking water reserves."

Myrna Loy/William Powell
(from Another Thin Man)
"I got rid of all those reporters." - "What did you
tell them?" - "We're out of beer and scotch." -
"What a gruesome idea. "

Ann Landers
"People who drink to drown their sorrow should
be told that sorrow knows how to swim."
Sidney Greenstreet (in Maltese Falcon)
"I distrust a man who says "when." If he's got to
be careful not to drink too much, it's because he's
not to be trusted when he does. !"

Drew Carey
“Things don't make me nearly as happy as talking
and having a beer with my friends. And that's
something everyone can do."

Fran Lebowitz
"The telephone is a good way to talk to people
without having to offer them a beer.".
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