[rescue] AS/400? Anyone?
patrick at zill.net
Sun Jan 20 16:54:18 CST 2008
On Jan 20, 2008, at 5:05 PM, John Floren wrote:
> As long as you don't pick the Budweiser that everyone seems to think
> all American beer resembles, American beer is damn tasty too. Avoid
> Genesse beer if you're ever in Rochester, though ;) But if we're going
> to spread stereotypes... the reason beer is so important in Britain is
> because they need it to cover up the crap food.
> In seriousness, though, the Irish guy I worked with last summer said
> most of his Irish friends drink American beer. He's a big fan of
> American beers, seemed to quite like the stuff they made out on
Just as the best inventions come from necessity, so the best beers
are to be found when you really need them.
Hiking a "fourteener" early in the morning, coming down off the peak
at 2 or 3 PM, then driving into Boulder CO and downing 1 or more
liters of locally brewed Hefeweizen (after the shared Grolsch at the
peak) at Oasis Brewery (since closed it seems) helps you appreciate
all them there B vitamins and other goodies.
Actually the only way I ever find myself drinking alcohol of any sort
and really appreciating it is after heavy physical exertion or
labor. The nutrients help me feel better and the muscle pain is
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