Tuesday, January 07, 2014

Too cold in CLE?


Really?

Yup. Had to bring the beer in from the garage.



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8 comments:

Kalei's Best Friend said...

aww, well at least u didn't have to lift it to the fridge! :-)

Anonymous said...

I was leaving for work yesterday morning and got a text our clinic was closed. Can't remember the last time a medical facility at which I worked was closed due to weather. It was 5F with only about an inch of snow but travel was treacherous. 2F at 7 am this morning but roads are clear. As best I could tell it was colder in Middle Tenn than Cleveland yesterday.

RJ

B.E. Earl said...

I applaud the Great Lakes Christmas Ale. Fantastic beer that you can't even get where I live. And Yuengling...sure, why not? But Miller Genuine Draft over the High Life? I can't even...

At least it isn't Miller Lite.

Goat said...

The Christmas Ale may have had a chance in the garage, but the other two would have frozen in the polar vortex. MGD vs. the High Life is shitty everyday beer no matter which you choose. Light beer (or heavy water) only comes into the household under duress and at the request of a guest.

At -9 we may have been a tad colder than the Volunteer State last night.

Anonymous said...

@Erin-

You keep that poor, defenseless beer in the garage in the winter? And yet people who leave the dog out in the winter are the ones charged with cruelty to a family pet...

You heartless savage...

MR

I am descended from Norwegian saboteurs who destroyed heavy water facilities operated by the Nazis, ultimately forcing a frantic attempt to relocate, whereupon the Norwegians also sank the ferry SF Hydro. said...

I am descended from Norwegian saboteurs who destroyed heavy water facilities operated by the Nazis, ultimately forcing a frantic attempt to relocate, whereupon the Norwegians also sank the ferry SF Hydro.

Life is too short for light beer.

philbily said...

Never cut and paste while frostbitten

Erin O'Brien said...

In Cleveland, keeping your beer in the garage in winter is required by law. Look it up.

For the record, I have been known to drink Carling's Black Label.

Phil, please continue Frostbitten Cut and Paste. It's fun.