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Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Pints and Quarts Signs



15 comments:

  1. I always enjoying trying various craft brews and when I travel, I like to find local brew pubs and micro breweries. This looks like a fun place. I think I could keep myself busy here for awhile.

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    1. I haven't been in here yet, but it is on my list of places to try. It is new, and I'm not sure it's open yet.

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  2. Looks like there is some clever marketing and design going on here... which I like. Hope the establishment lives up to promise.

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    1. A beer flight is a tasting of four or five different beers. They are often served in small glasses on a tray. It is like a wine tasting, but the customer pays for the beer.

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    2. Thank you for the info.
      Sounds very good to me, :-)

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  4. A cute sign and certainly would get me attention and I can imagine the term, "Mind your P's and Q's" would become a standard of some kind...But, heck, after a few pints of quarts what difference would it make. I probably wouldn't be able to find a p or q.

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  5. a welcoming sign. i don't mind a p or a q at the end of the day.

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  6. A pint would go down nice, but I would need a few others to help with the quart. I'm game if you are!

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  7. That kind of place always piques my interest.

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  8. I like their puns ("take a walk with Johnny")!

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  9. handcrafted cocktails--that is interesting. i wonder what is the other option to handcrafted.:p

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  10. love that, mind your p's and q's!

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  11. I love trying a beer flight and then picking the best for a full pint!

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