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October 11, 2021

AND YOU THOUGHT THINGS COULDN'T GET ANY WORSE

This year's extreme drought could mean higher beer prices

(Thanks to pharmaross)

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If you have to economize...


Oh, the humanity!

Consider keeping warm this winter drinking your high priced beer. At the rate natural gas prices are skyrocketing Americans may have to start burning our toilet roll stash to stay warm this winter

Consider these.

The last time I drank at Rick's B & G back in April of '82, the bartender shouted out, asking does anyone know CPR. I yelled that I know the entire alphabet. And we all laughed and laughed, except this one guy

In other news, The Taliban detained a tribesman who killed three sheep by running over them in his truck. Hell hath no fury like a lover scorned.

Iffy

A girlfriend once broke up with me for being too un-American. I saw it coming from a kilometre away.

Global warming gets real.

Don't panic, cuz there's still enough time to fill your swimming pool with hops & barley before the onset of winter.

If beer can survive the Dust Bowl, it can survive this.

And there are always wheat beers.

So just put more alcohol where the water would have been. Do I have to think of everything, biermachers?

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