Getting closer........

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by the keeper, Oct 26, 2010.

  1. the keeper

    the keeper Spellbinder

    SPOTTED COW? :shock: DEEEEE-LISH!!!! :D
    (Only available around here.) :mrgreen:
  2. the keeper

    the keeper Spellbinder

    6 DAYS TO GO :!: :!: :!:
  3. Melf

    Melf Administrator Staff Member

    gamer greg- spotted cow is the most popular beer produced by new glarus brewery (although not the best IMO). Just google new glarus brewery, pick a few flavors that sound delicious and then grab a few six packs from Bruno's when you get into Lake Geneva.
  4. Rhuvein

    Rhuvein Troubadour

    For sure. And they (NG) sure have a lot of great choices for flavors. I bought the variety 12 pack last year and enjoyed all of the brews!! :cool:
  5. Rhuvein

    Rhuvein Troubadour

    Heh, and don't forget we all sat down for pizza and brew with The Keeper and others. I think we'll need a bigger table this year!!!

  6. Rhuvein

    Rhuvein Troubadour


    I look forward to seeing and gaming with you again, Luca!

    Viaggi sicuri!

  7. the keeper

    the keeper Spellbinder

    5 DAYS, & counting!!
  8. geekpreacher

    geekpreacher Spellbinder


    I'm so looking forward to this week! It has been a rough time over the last year and I'm looking forward to slinging some dice. The last gaming I can remember doing was on my birthday last summer. It was my 40th so I had friends get together at the FLGS and we gamed for a while then we went and had some brews. That was last July!

    So, I'm really looking forward to relaxing and hanging out with you folks.
  9. Emperor Xan

    Emperor Xan Troubadour

    I haven't gamed since last con. Ironic, since I'm teaching a class on games in a week.
  10. francisca

    francisca Troubadour

    RE: Spotted Cow

    I'm not a beer geek, but my beer geek friends tell me Spotted Cow is a Cream Ale, or perhaps a Farmhouse Ale, and that it has fairly complex esters.

    Me, I just say its freakin' good beer.

    NG has a darn fine stout as well.

    In other news:


    Those who can't do?
  11. blake43

    blake43 Level 0 Character

    Been looking forward to it all year! :D Dice at the ready!
  12. Druvas

    Druvas Spellbinder

    Oh yeah! 3 days and a wake up (well, 2 days and a wake up if you are arriving Thursday). Tonight, I assemble the gaming gear that I will bring. Wednesday night, I pack my stuff. Thursday at 0330, I am up and rolling out to collect my friend Jimmy and head to the airport. Ahhh, the sweet smell of gamer sweat; I can't wait to greet thee again!
  13. the keeper

    the keeper Spellbinder

    Almost there..............3!
  14. Rhuvein

    Rhuvein Troubadour

    I'm planning and utilizing a spreadsheet to see how much New Glarus beer I'll be buying for friends, enemies, family and long term storage until next year!! :cool:
  15. Emperor Xan

    Emperor Xan Troubadour

    That'd be funny if it wasn't for the fact that I'm teaching two days after the Con. My problem is that I'm too old to live on campus; and, I must love punishment because I took 5 classes last quarter. Both make it difficult to have a steady gaming fix, let alone a group with which to enjoy the hobby. :p
  16. shalaban

    shalaban Chevalier

    I’m off tomorrow, (the 22ed) so I should arrive around 9PM that night. :cool: Last night around an internet access point, I’ll see everyone there! :D
  17. smokin

    smokin Chevalier

    Today and tomorrow will be the longest days of the year not taking into account orbital projectories.
  18. francisca

    francisca Troubadour

    No spreadsheet needed. Here is a simple formula:

    (Money in checking account) / cost per case = number of cases to buy
  19. Druvas

    Druvas Spellbinder

    I wonder if I could have a whole pallet trucked to DC...? Plus, in anticipation of my return to LG, I have been expanding the capacity of my belly all year to account for more NGSC consumption.
  20. kevin cabai

    kevin cabai Level 0 Character

    Perhaps the cooler is the problem Guiness should be at room temperature.

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