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(SeattlePI)   Got some spare time? Olympia Beer is offering $1 million to anyone who can "ensure the safe capture" or provide "irrefutable evidence" of Bigfoot   (blog.seattlepi.com) divider line 79
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2013-04-10 09:29:29 PM
Forgive me, but is Olympia part of the scum sucking low life group that pbr owned the copyright for like lone star? for and had contract people brew for them? The people that royally screwed pabst employees/retirees and died due to pabst reneging on everything contract negotiated? That at least Miller Brewing required pabst before they signed a contract brewing for them demanded that pabst paid into the union retirement fund what they owed? (Something like $13 million?)
Remember hipsters. PBR killed people.
 
2013-04-10 09:34:18 PM
For every Oly I drank, I immediately had to pee.

/which made more Oly.  I didn't drink that second edition, though.
 
2013-04-10 09:36:12 PM
Why? They wanna know who pissed in their beer?
 
2013-04-10 09:36:50 PM

jimmythrust: echomike23: jimmythrust: Olympia IS water. Rainier is the rightly preferred "local" swill! Sounder Pounders! God, I miss Rainier.

[farm4.staticflickr.com image 500x334]
rrraaaaiiiinneerrrrbbbbeeeeeeeerrrrr!!!!

Thank you good sir!


yw, you know that commercial creeped me out as a kid. i saw it late one night and i never forgot it.

/then again i got creeped out at creepy tv logos
 
2013-04-10 09:39:07 PM
xenon.arcticus.com
 
2013-04-10 09:42:43 PM

LordOfThePings: [24.media.tumblr.com image 400x600]

I'll be right down to pick up my check.


Big feet, big hands ?
 
2013-04-10 09:43:12 PM
The yeti, now nicknamed Buddha, proves to be very intelligent and human-like, even capable of weaving a necklace and utter "Namaste", and overall a very nice fellow; Buddha comes to dress perfectly as a human, shake Jimmy Carter's hand, assist George in cycling through the Kathmandu streets and be offered a baseball cap. While Freds lures their pursuers away, George and Buddha go on a bus and air trip in order to bring Buddha back to the wild.
 
2013-04-10 09:48:08 PM

elffster: http://www.ratebeer.com/beer/sierra-nevada-bigfoot/371/

this bigfoot?

And I sorta like Oly in a perverse way, but then a few years back I read the side of a can and guess where it was brewed?

Riverside, Ca.

There aint no water in Riverside.


The local Olympia WA water treatment plant raised their waste water rates so high (even though the brewery's waste water was cleaner than tap water) that the brewery, which was under sized/high cost  vs modern breweries like A-B and Miller, called it quits.

Now the beer is brewed under license by General Brewing or some "house hold" label. And still tastes like having sex in a canoe.
 
2013-04-10 09:51:27 PM
They'd do better to offfer a reward to anyone who can show proof that, as a beer, Olympia actually exists. I've pissed in that cesspool they call, 'It's the Water"

/even Sasquatch wouldn't touch it for free.
//some rednecks might
///'specially them Faux-pokes
 
2013-04-10 09:53:08 PM

jimmythrust: echomike23: jimmythrust: Olympia IS water. Rainier is the rightly preferred "local" swill! Sounder Pounders! God, I miss Rainier.

[farm4.staticflickr.com image 500x334]
rrraaaaiiiinneerrrrbbbbeeeeeeeerrrrr!!!!

Thank you good sir!


Pounders were my go-to beer in college. Good times...
 
2013-04-10 09:58:48 PM
I'll pay you a million dollars if you can bring a truckload of Olympia Beer to Texarkana in 24 hours.
 
2013-04-10 10:15:34 PM

Bill_Wick's_Friend: I'll pay you a million dollars if you can bring a truckload of Olympia Beer to Texarkana in 24 hours.


East bound and down, loaded up and truck'n. We're gonna do what they said can't be done.
 
2013-04-10 10:32:43 PM
Maybe they can borrow Parnelli Jones' Big Oly Bronco to look for Bigfoot. That is, if they can ever find it after Atlee stole it.
 
2013-04-10 10:32:47 PM

shill1253: Where, oh where, are the artesians?
Are they over or under the ground?
Well we don't care if there aren't any there!
As long as there Oly' around!


We're here! But Bigfoot absconded with the beer. The jerk. I've got a reward out. $5, preferably alive.
 
2013-04-10 10:56:51 PM

BillyRayBob: Bill_Wick's_Friend: I'll pay you a million dollars if you can bring a truckload of Olympia Beer to Texarkana in 24 hours.

East bound and down, loaded up and truck'n. We're gonna do what they said can't be done.


Great that is now stuck in my head.

RIP Jerry Reed.
 
2013-04-10 10:58:39 PM
Came here to see if anyone actually knows history, since the answer is no

Here you go

George W. Bush  a brave compassionate conservative black man traveled the Oregon trail, because in the progressive state of Missouri did not want him to vote.  Technically Bush's father born in India, was of African decent, but his mother was an Irish maiden.

after much hardship and injustice Bush decided to get the heck out of that hell hole, so he kickstarted a campaign and raised funding for some wagons and some horses, and promised some friends a great beer party in portlandia if they would come with him.

After four more months of indians and other wild creatures Bush got to the great Portlandia, sadly it turned out that he had underestimated the hatred of freedom which had spread even to the ends of the continent.

When the Bush convoy reached the Oregon Country, but found that the hipsters and other liberals had just passed laws which forbid Bush from owning any land or even his guns.

Fortunately Bush was connected to a british company called Hudsons Bay.  They told him if he would just cross the river and get to the other side, he could settle into the virgin territory just north. They said while it would be dangerous, but that there was lots of wild beaver, and no known political weasels.

Bush crossed the river and eventually settled in tumwater and soon after started drinking the water. The same water which would someday be used to brew the Fine Olympia Beer we know today.
  WE still do not know if  "It Was the Water", or perhaps something more, but after a time Bush thought that he had built successful logging business, sawmill, even a town, when suddenly a group of politicians got together and told him that "he didn't build this"    To this day there are legends of how he haunted the territorial legislature in Olympia until they him unambiguous title to all his forest lands.

Thank god we have mandated fluoride in the water today
 
2013-04-10 11:01:17 PM

fusillade762: Deathfrogg: strangeguitar: There are 2 things that I know do not exist: Bigfoot and a good tasting beer from Olympia.


I'll dispute that. There are a couple of great small brewers in Olympia.

No, it ISN'T the water.

I've been assured that it is.

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Remember, it's up to us. Bigfoot is a crucial part of the ecosystem, if he exists. So let's all keep Bigfoot possibly alive for future generations, unless he doesn't exist. The end!


www.taverntrove.com
 
2013-04-10 11:05:46 PM

llevrok: LordOfThePings: [24.media.tumblr.com image 400x600]

I'll be right down to pick up my check.

Big feet, big hands ?


SHOW US YOUR SOCK!
 
2013-04-10 11:25:15 PM
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Antiquarians: Adjusted for inflation, how does a million bucks in 2012 compare to 30 pieces of silver in 34CE?
 
2013-04-10 11:31:45 PM
www.retrobeeritems.flyingcart.com
I'll let him know you're looking for him!
 
2013-04-11 12:20:15 AM

RightWingWacko: To bad they euthanized all those wild Artesians!


Mah daddy dun shot one o'them Artesians down to the barn. Ah seen 'em.
 
2013-04-11 12:36:53 AM

Farktastic: Maybe they should bait Bigfoot with some real beer...

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Psssht.  Please.  Kokanee is Canada's answer to Coors Light.

Bigfoot is already committed to a better beer.
www.cdn.sierranevada.com
 
2013-04-11 12:41:37 AM

echomike23: jimmythrust: Olympia IS water. Rainier is the rightly preferred "local" swill! Sounder Pounders! God, I miss Rainier.

[farm4.staticflickr.com image 500x334]
rrraaaaiiiinneerrrrbbbbeeeeeeeerrrrr!!!!


Remember the frogs? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z0IYUXWn3UY

beer cycle was amusing and annoying https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-qXa9oqKL6E

couldn't find the later beer-cycle vs bud truck.  That was great.
BUD BUD BUD, rrraaaaiiiinneerrrrbbbbeeeeeeeerrrrr, BUD BUD, CRASH, (truck comes around bind corner) BUD BUD.

/Ahh, you had to be there, I guess.
 
2013-04-11 12:46:51 AM
Olympia Beer, currently brewed by Pabst in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Sounds legit.
 
2013-04-11 01:05:42 AM
I could probably bring in a Bigfoot, but that beer company would be terribly disappointed.
Bigfoot are the descendants of the few Clovis Indians who survived the extinction event 13,000 years that wiped out almost all of the megafauna here on the continent. The reason they look the way they do is because of population bottlenecks. Some of them aren't even aware that they are Bigfoot.
Back in the early 1980s, there was a Bigfoot sighting in the flood canals in Burbank, California. The Press Telegram newspaper sent out a reporter and a photographer to cover the story. And guess what? They found the Bigfoot!
The Bigfoot was a big (7'+) hairy aborigine who had come down from the north to winter it out here in Southern California. When he wasn't foraging for food in the flood canals, he would sometimes go to a soup kitchen. All the Bigfoot wanted was to be left alone, so after the reporter got his story and the photographer got his pictures, the Bigfoot said goodbye and went back home.
 
2013-04-11 01:53:30 AM

Gyrfalcon: RightWingWacko: To bad they euthanized all those wild Artesians!

Mah daddy dun shot one o'them Artesians down to the barn. Ah seen 'em.


Heh. When I was in grade school "Artesians" were a euphemism for nipples.
 
2013-04-11 02:02:57 AM

Telephone Sanitizer Second Class: Olympia Beer, currently brewed by Pabst in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Sounds legit.


It's definitely the water then.
 
2013-04-11 01:36:37 PM
The dive beer I go to sells cans of Olympia for $2. I have no problem with cheap beer and bottom shelf whiskey while watching sports.
 
2013-04-11 10:56:28 PM
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