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Old 03-17-2010, 02:08 PM   #1
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Default What are YOU doing for St.Patrick's Day?

Haven't quite decided yet... I will be in Houston and was thinking about hitting up the pubs with some friends.

I see gallons of Guinness and Irish car bombs in my future.

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Old 03-17-2010, 02:11 PM   #2
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I'm in Houston too... Hitting up bar near my house called The Petrol Station. Absolutely no green beer at this joint, just beers like Avery IPA, Victory Storm King Stout, Brewdog Paradox, etc. Plus one of the reps from Brewdog is going to be there.

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I'm in Houston too... Hitting up bar near my house called The Petrol Station. Absolutely no green beer at this joint, just beers like Avery IPA, Victory Storm King Stout, Brewdog Paradox, etc. Plus one of the reps from Brewdog is going to be there.
I am in the Clear Lake area. Sherlock's and Molly's of course
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I am in the Clear Lake area. Sherlock's and Molly's of course
Ah ok, I used live out there in Friendswood, but now I'm quite a ways North near downtown.
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Going to a German restaurant to eat some thuringers and drink a couple liters of Ayinger Jahrhundert.

Sláinte!

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We are going out for Thai food.

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Corned beef, potatoes and cabbage for dinner at home.

Don't care for Guiness, but do have some Descheutes Stout.

Would have liked to stay home today and cooked the corned beef in my smoker, but taking the day off for meat wasn't going to fly. So it's in the crock pot and I'll finish it off in the oven later.

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Brewing, cooking corned beef and cabbage, and drinking a couple of beers. Followed by a hockey game (just a scrimmage, really) and then a stop out at our sponsor bar for corned beef and cabbage and beer.

Hockey, brewing, corned beef, and beer. It's like heaven.

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