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Old 10-11-2006, 03:32 AM   #1
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Heading to Yakima tomorrow. Accompanying my Mother who wants to hit the Casino. I find Casino's boring so.. what's in Yakima, Washington?

Must be some brewpubs etc?

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Old 10-11-2006, 05:30 AM   #2
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Major hop growing region. See if there are hop farms you can visit.

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Old 10-11-2006, 05:55 AM   #3
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I guess I can visit the site of the 2006 hop fire. sniff... that might be to sad.

Must be a brewpub around? US's first brewpub was in Yakima I belive, but I read that it shut down in 2004.

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Old 10-11-2006, 08:38 AM   #4
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I guess I can visit the site of the 2006 hop fire. sniff... that might be to sad.
HUH? Hop fire? I hadn't heard of that. Do you have a link?
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HUH? Hop fire? I hadn't heard of that. Do you have a link?
Are you sure???
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Dude... I think you're going to have to make better use of a sarcasm emoticon. Do we even have a sarcasm emoticon?

Back on topic, check out Bob's Keg and Cork and The Warehouse Pub. Haven't been there myself, but I hear they're good.

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Dude... I think you're going to have to make better use of a sarcasm emoticon. Do we even have a sarcasm emoticon?

Back on topic, check out Bob's Keg and Cork and The Warehouse Pub. Haven't been there myself, but I hear they're good.
Yes, I've always thought we needed a good sarcasm emoticon.

But considering his post made from walkers palce... I was worrined Dude was actually losing it.

Thanks, I'll try and see if I can find those places. And I'll hold a moment of silence when we drive by the site of the fire...

Hmm.. wonder how much of a hassle it is to bring a bushel of hops back across the border. Dumb customs guys would probably think I;m trying to smuggle pot back into Canada!
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Dumb customs guys would probably think I;m trying to smuggle pot back into Canada!
That's the beauty of it. They would never suspect you were taking it back into Canada.
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