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    Hey Beer People! Look where my happy hour is in 15 minutes

    http://www.theoldtoad.com/bottled.html

    Old Toad ---- 90 bottle varieties, 12-20 beers on tap!

    Starting off with a Hoegaarden, heading into a 3 phillosopher.



    Just thought you'd want to know. Just have to tether Nu&Blu outside and show of my sporty lycra at the bar.

    Cheers!!

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    I'm not a beer person, but I'd come just to buy you one if I could.
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    it smells of moldly cheese, and their waiters are bad, but they do have great beer! enjoy!
    In the words of Einstein
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tude View Post
    http://www.theoldtoad.com/bottled.html

    Old Toad ---- 90 bottle varieties, 12-20 beers on tap!

    Starting off with a Hoegaarden, heading into a 3 phillosopher.



    Just thought you'd want to know. Just have to tether Nu&Blu outside and show of my sporty lycra at the bar.

    Cheers!!
    ooooooooooooohh nice!

    Y'all come on down heah, and I'll take you'uns ta this place:

    http://www.thechimes.com/beermenu.cfm?s=1001521
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    Last time I was there was for mardi gras with a friend from TX - had two drag queens in there dressed in sparkly white - and had a good time. Never had a problem with the waiters. Awesome bartenders.

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    ya don't need mardi gras, either

    we party for just about any reason. Or none at all.
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    how its the nut brown ale?

    Was there another place there before the toad? Seem to remember someplace else in that neighborhood.
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    Holy ****, the old toad?!?

    We used to go there a LOT. Oh memories...hope you had a great time.
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    It's too high toned for me. I'd rather drink in a bar that has three or four kinds of beer.

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    i like the beer in white cans that say BEER in black letters and that open with a can opener, and a dark alley or city park lends the perfect ambience to truly savor the coquettish bouquet of the beverage.

    Either that or a bud light, my lazy boy and college football.

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    What's beer without raw oysters...?

    http://www.cooterbrowns.com/

    Short of that, this is near my house...

    http://www.rusticorestaurant.com/bar.htm

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    If you have one near you, go to a Yardhouse.

    My God, it's like Mecca.

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    Yummy.. throw in some Maudite, post-Hoegaaden.. and finish off with Aventinus. Damnit.. it's 7am and I'm craving a cold one now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tude View Post
    http://www.theoldtoad.com/bottled.html

    Old Toad ---- 90 bottle varieties, 12-20 beers on tap!

    Starting off with a Hoegaarden, heading into a 3 phillosopher.



    Just thought you'd want to know. Just have to tether Nu&Blu outside and show of my sporty lycra at the bar.

    Cheers!!
    only 90?

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    I make it a special point to go there and ... No Hoegaarden. But I had a couple other interesting brews, sat outside and people watched - while about 8 people schmoked themselves to death in the tables right next to me. <cough> Beer was good though Ottercreek white sail, mild - ok nothing I'd get again and a Bear Republic Red Rocket - amber - I liked that one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by trsidn View Post
    ooooooooooooohh nice!

    Y'all come on down heah, and I'll take you'uns ta this place:

    http://www.thechimes.com/beermenu.cfm?s=1001521


    Niiiiiiiiiicccee! How you doin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by root11 View Post
    how its the nut brown ale?

    Was there another place there before the toad? Seem to remember someplace else in that neighborhood.
    You know after I had the mild white sail beer first, I tried nut brown - and I didn't care for the almost tart taste to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orcanova View Post
    What's beer without raw oysters...?

    http://www.cooterbrowns.com/

    Short of that, this is near my house...

    http://www.rusticorestaurant.com/bar.htm
    I had a fairly major supplier of fish, etc to the local restaurants move recently to less than a block away (warm days near garbage day make for a putrid ride by there too!) - and they have some awesome oysters. Needless to say, I've treated myself to 6 or a dozen on a semi-regular basis. YUM.

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    This place is right next door to me. The Flying Saucer (Charlotte)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tude View Post
    I had a fairly major supplier of fish, etc to the local restaurants move recently to less than a block away (warm days near garbage day make for a putrid ride by there too!) - and they have some awesome oysters. Needless to say, I've treated myself to 6 or a dozen on a semi-regular basis. YUM.
    Having the Hood River channel and all the oyster beds just an hour or two away, we're hardly ever at a shortage for good oysters. (Except during the vibrio scares when it's too warm, and I usually chance it anyhow.)
    Oysters, Elijah Craig bourbon, and a pint of Pike's Kilt Lifter. Mmmmmm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tude View Post
    I had a fairly major supplier of fish, etc to the local restaurants move recently to less than a block away (warm days near garbage day make for a putrid ride by there too!) - and they have some awesome oysters. Needless to say, I've treated myself to 6 or a dozen on a semi-regular basis. YUM.

    Nice. Before Katrina I think raw oysters were $2.40/dozen at Cooters. We used to tip the shucker real nice up-front and he was working for us most of the rest of the night...

    Beer and raw oysters...twist my arm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tude View Post
    Niiiiiiiiiicccee! How you doin?
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    Yet more proof that I'm.. well, pretty much right about everything.

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