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(LA Times)   Disneyland to showcase local microbrews within California Adventure theme park. It's a beer world after all   ( divider line
    More: Cool, California Adventure, Disneyland, craft beer  
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2012-12-15 05:02:51 PM  
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WhippingBoy: hammettman: Lionel Mandrake:'s no Duff Gardens

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As a kid, me and my brother were brought to Busch Gardens in Van Nuys many times. For the uninitiated, Busch Gardens was a marketing vehicle for Anheiser-Busch beers, disguised as an amusement park. A few mediocre rides for the kiddees, and FREE BEER for the adults. It worked like this: there were pavilions spread around the park, which offered 2 samples to each adult. Then you had to get back in line, or move to the next pavilion. Mom didn't drink, but she stood in line to get her 2 samples, which she promptly gave to dad. The only time I ever got lost (separated from my parents for almost an hour) in my life was at Busch Gardens. It took me a few years, but I finally figured it out. After about 5 pavilion visits, in that Van Nuys summer heat, dad was toasted, and mom's primary focus turned from us kids to keeping dad upright.


Every vacation should be that good.

If only they were better beers I'd be in my kid's face every Saturday morning: "Wake up!!! we're going to Oskar Blues Land!!!"
2012-12-15 05:19:23 AM  
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2012-12-15 12:21:00 AM  
1 vote:'s no Duff Gardens
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