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    It's National Beer Day kids.......

    Cheers!

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    #2
    Isn't every day National beer day???

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    • Uncle Bob
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      Actually everyday is Local Beer Day, National Beer day is only once a year.

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    Favourite day of Beer Scouts....

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    • Panhead John
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      Alcohol and weapons.....a perfect match!

    • ComfortablyNumb
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      Panhead John I haven't used the knife yet, however have almost worn out the opener.

    • Troutman
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      Cool knives.

    #4
    Also, keep in mind that beer is health food.............

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    • ComfortablyNumb
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      Barley is also a plant, and yeast a fungi. Therefore, if in a state of insanity you decide to go vegetarian or vegan, you don't have to give up beer.

    • Troutman
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      So why then isn't there a brew called Fungi Beer?

    #5
    "In heaven there is no beer, that's why we drink it here.
    And when we're gone from here, our friends will be drinking all the beer!"

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      #6
      I'm on this one....finally something I can sink my lips into.

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        #7
        Ya mean I got to start all over and drink beer now?? Well, I guess I can take it for Nat Beer Day.

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        • Uncle Bob
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          Sacrifice is a natural part of life...........

        #8
        Can't believe I had to work last night at regular pay when it was the most sacred of special days. Gotta change the system...

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          #9
          burp

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            #10
            Kids?

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            • Troutman
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              That's the spirit Uncle Bob, old guys unite !!!

            • JimLinebarger
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              Panhead John Uncle Bob Troutman I must explain myself. Kids, as in our kids. If I had known it was ok to have my kid partake of suds even as raunchy as PBR or Old Milwaukee, naptime and bedtime would have been much easier... and hilarious.

            • Panhead John
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              Nap time and bedtime is much easier for me that way also.

            #11
            I've done my share - celebrated all week at the local brew pub. Tonight I'll have even more beer while grilling a tritip.

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              #12
              Honoring the day with a couple of Harpoon IPA's while grilling some chicken breast for my wife. I'll be doing a 5oz. filet, bacon wrapped with some onion rings. I'll switch to some bourbon for that.

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              • Uncle Bob
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                I get that...........malty stuff in daylight, Four Roses Small Batch after sundown.

              #13
              Pizza and PBR for me!

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                #14
                When will it be Adults National Beer Day?

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