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Anyone can drink beer,

but it takes intelligence to enjoy beer.

--Stephen Beaumont

Saturday, November 13, 2010

Pint Tales

Indy Jabberwocky from Howard County Home Brew Club on Vimeo.


Jabberwocky -- jab·ber·wock·y: A nonsensical poem; a gathering of people to enjoy good storytelling (possibly with a pint... or three.)

I went down to the Indiana Historical Society to enjoy the storytelling type. On November 9 the organization put together the first jabberwocky event combined with a night of great beer. Story tellers included author Douglas Wissing, brewers Ted Miller and Clay Robinson, and people out of the crowd. Along with a musical symphony performed on beer bottles.

With Indiana brewed beer provided by Brewers of Indiana Guild, tongues were loosened and beer afficionados were able to enjoy some tall tales.

1 comment:

  1. Twas brillig in the slithy toves.
    Did gyre and gimble in the wabe...

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