T-10 - Nathan
Beers remaining in the Moan and Dove
mug club list:
Days remaining: 19.
be forewarned: the 120 minute ipa is not beer, it's brandy.
(at least, that's what it tastes like: thick, almost sweet in the alcoholic kind of way, and not very fizzy.)
|Date:||August 3rd, 2005 09:28 am (UTC)|| |
And do you have to drink it all, or just buy them all? :)
Surely they're not actually named "warm and crappy beer #'s 2 and 3", are they?
|Date:||August 3rd, 2005 11:57 am (UTC)|| |
Actually, they're named "another crappy warm beer" and "yup... one more, aged in the sun". It's part of the ritual of the whole thing; in addition to the 144 real beers, there are three warm-and-crappy beers to be consumed - to remind you of where you came from, perhaps? The bartenders ham it up quite a bit. The cans are kept on the roof, or behind the refrigerator coils, or some other warm and unpleasant location, possibly microwaved before serving if they've been inside and cooled back down, and drunk out of the least convenient object nearby - a peanut bowl, a random ceramic vessel shaped like a breast, something like that.
And will you drink these warm crappy beers in your attempt at completeness? I guess you've already had #1
|Date:||August 3rd, 2005 02:54 pm (UTC)|| |
Of course. Not drinking the crappy warm beers would be a terrible way to forfeit the great sacrafices made by my liver and wallet in this cause.
|Date:||August 3rd, 2005 12:48 pm (UTC)|| |
oh, try to get the warm crappy beers and the hoegaarden out of the way soon. it seems a shame to end the whole spectacle on such a low note?
relatedly, have you chosen a poem?
I'd sooner warn you about the EKU 28. It sneaks up on you, dammit.
Because I know you know about the 120 Minute IPA.
Good luck. We're all counting on you.