I have to disagree with the other comment. I thought the bar crawl was great, and so did my friends who attended. There were at least a dozen bars on the crawl. It would have been annoying and time consuming to try to get every person on the bar crawl (I understand there were more than 100 people) to walk together to each one. I liked that we got to go to whatever bar we wanted in whatever order we wanted to.
And yes, you could set up your own happy hour pub crawl, but the point is that these were RARE beers, not ones you could regularly get. I thought the samples were pretty large, especially with the majority of the beers being high-gravity. Halfway through the crawl I was definitely feeling the effects. I can't image how wasted we would have been if the samples had been larger.
I loved it and would do it again. Thanks City Paper!
Clarkie, you need to get a gig doing stand-up. You've got me ROTFLMAO!
That Colby Chisholm sure is a great photographer. And he's hot, too!
Oh thank goodness. I've been in withdrawal.
I'm in love with Rita's. Wish I was there eating a Cantina burger and a blood orange margarita right now.
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