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Old 04-30-2011, 01:55 AM   #21
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MT Airy Inn was great! Java stout & Dreamweaver hit the spot.
Food was good too. I could have stayed but the rest of the family
Couldn't.

Tomorrow or After the wedding I will try to get over to Max's.

I don't condone child abuse but during this trip I understand it.

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Old 04-30-2011, 10:03 PM   #22
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Awesome I knew you would enjoy it. I'm just going to start getting thesampler special from now on. 5 six once pours for 16 bux. They always have a great selection.

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Old 04-30-2011, 10:11 PM   #23
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My suggestion when in Baltimore is to not leave the downtown area. Can be a scary drive.

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Old 05-01-2011, 02:24 AM   #24
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I wish I knew about the sampler pack. Saw it after I already had
a few beers.

....roll 'em up kids.....

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yeah....i pondered the sampler, but i did a quick cost analysis in my head i figured out it was cheaper to buy individual beers.......and since i live 5 miles away, i can always go back

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Old 05-02-2011, 01:30 AM   #26
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You suck.
I' m at Max's now. Noice! So many, it's hard to decide! Grandparents
Are great! Finally get to go out and enjoy ourselves. Might
Head to Bertha's after.

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Old 05-02-2011, 02:21 AM   #27
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You suck.
I' m at Max's now. Noice! So many, it's hard to decide! Grandparents
Are great! Finally get to go out and enjoy ourselves. Might
Head to Bertha's after.
I suck? who sucks? why does someone suck? I don't get it. Glad u r enjoying max's and bertha's bar is tiny, but the atmosphere is pretty eclectic, with red Christmas lights hanging from the ceiling. the food at bertha's is the best part. oh, and if u want somewhere a little quieter, max's has an upstairs that's nice.......so long as you don't get a bunch of jacka$$es overflowing up there
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yeah....i pondered the sampler, but i did a quick cost analysis in my head i figured out it was cheaper to buy individual beers.......and since i live 5 miles away, i can always go back
Not necessarily true.
Well five 6oz pours for $16 bux is cheaper in some cases depending on what you pick. I had a Belgian that was listed as 330ml bottle for $9.00 and after finding out it was only 11.2oz then followed by a sniffer of Dbl Bastard for $6.00. I was wishing I had just gone for the sampler.
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I suck? who sucks? why does someone suck? I don't get it.
Take no offense. You "suck" only because you live 5 minutes away

Now that we're home, I could use a vacation
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