“Monk Inspired”

GASTONIA, N .C. – When I heard about it, I jumped in the car and drove out to Gastonia.
I was not alone.
By noon Thursday, an admittedly early time to be drinking beer, the Brixx on Cox Road in Gastonia had already sold about a dozen glasses of Belmont Abbey Dubbel. They could only get a small torpedo keg of it, which holds roughly 50 glasses of beer.
They ran out by 5 p.m.

We’ve never run out of beer that fast,”

Noon “early” to be drinking?

He’s never met Bingley.

4 Responses to ““Monk Inspired””

  1. Kathy Kinsley says:

    Heh – I try to wait till we have the “sun over the yardarm.” MOSTLY successfully.

  2. BlackDog says:

    Try fishing in Maine. The Maineacs start breaking the Moosehead for breakfast. My friend Tom wife says it isthe perfect beer for him: the front end of a moose being drank by the rear end of a horse.

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