Posts Tagged ‘beer’

was on the subject of beer:

Another of the dinner guests — not Dr. Merritt — asked about the state’s Prohibition-era legislation that bans home-brewed beer and brew pubs. Libertarians in the state are backing ”Free the Hops” legislation to overturn the ban. Asked if he favored legalizing home-brewed beer, James jokingly responded: ”We’re not going to put up with any cheap stuff.”

Quality beer, OK. Bad beer, not OK.

If there is one thing that Massachusetts has it’s a large amount of Microbreweries in the state.

One of my regrets concerning Stacy’s Trip here is we didn’t get a chance to take him on the Wachusett Brewery Tour, although he did get a chance to have a few bottles of Wachusett Country Ale.

I don’t know what he thought of it, but he might be able to answer from Alabama.

We need Beer reform NOW!

Posted: August 14, 2009 by datechguy in opinion/news
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Why do I say this? Well it’s because of this story:

CBS: Free Clinic Shows Heath Care Reform ‘Desperately Needed’

At the top of Thursday’s CBS Evening News, anchor Katie Couric used a free clinic in Inglewood, California to push for health care reform: “Tonight in the battle over health care, they are on the front lines….we’re going to show you why many believe reform is desperately needed. These are just some of the tens of thousands of Americans who need health care but have no insurance or not enough of it.”

So because people show up for free healthcare that mean healthcare needs to be reformed. I suggest we try something.

Have the same group have a setup where they give away free beer and see how many people line up for it and how long. It shouldn’t be that many since beer is not a necessity like healthcare reform.

I strongly suspect that the overflow crowds will prove the need for Beer reform and government provided beer. I’m sure that the people would be just some of the thousands who need beer but don’t have the means to get it or enough of it.

Update: I knew I should have copywrighted Beer reform.