Wednesday weirdness

August 5, 2020

Vive la différence

June 16, 2020

Beer run

May 28, 2020

If you’re familiar with the music of Carl Orff, you know that he wrote some great drinking songs. I think he would approve of this rather imaginative adaptation of “O Fortuna” from Carmina Burana.

Spring is here!

March 25, 2017

Just this morning I saw buds on the trees.

Marine disappointed Keystone Pipeline not full of beer

January 26, 2017

From The Duffel Blog.

CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. — Soon after President Donald Trump signed an executive order to authorize construction of the Keystone Pipeline, a large portion of the nation’s military service members applauded the move as a helpful step towards more accessible domestic beer.

That is until Marine Pvt. Jeff Ertley visited the existing length of pipeline while on leave and was disappointed to discover the 1,179-mile pipeline is actually not full of Keystone Light.

“I got to the pipeline with my beer mug and a bag of pretzels, but there wasn’t a tap to be found,” an incredulous Ertley told reporters. “What good is a beer pipeline if I can’t get the beer? I’m beginning to think this whole pipeline authorization thing is just about politics.”

Making matters worse, the White House confirmed there was no Keystone in the pipeline in a tweet, causing panic throughout the Marine Corps.

“What do you mean, there’s no Keystone in the Keystone Pipeline?” asked Sgt. Michael Stein. “Like, it’s full of Steel Reserve instead? Natty Ice?”

The Marine Corps issued an All-Marine message on Wednesday explaining that the Keystone Pipeline was filled exclusively with oil, and had absolutely no forms of alcohol inside it.

“So we may not be getting the beer we expected, but there’s still hope out there,” Stein said. “Did you know Denmark has a city completely dedicated to Copenhagen?”

The perfect beer to drink while watching “A Christmas Story”

December 22, 2016

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