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(KJRH Tulsa)   Oklahoma microbrewery raided, equipment seized and manager facing charges...because customers complained that their beer was too strong   (kjrh.com) divider line 150
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2013-05-15 04:30:01 PM
Sometimes I hate this town....
 
2013-05-15 04:35:41 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: Sometimes I hate this town....


Tulsa? Could be worse, could be OKC

/from OKC
 
2013-05-15 04:44:36 PM
The whole near-beer thing just really bothers me.  One of the many reasons I have never understood Oklahoma.
 
2013-05-15 04:51:13 PM
So they were making beer instead of beer-flavored water.
 
2013-05-15 05:01:32 PM
I'm guessing that they farked up the batch and tried to recomp their costs by selling it anyways.
 
2013-05-15 05:10:27 PM
Damn....and some of you American's come to Canada on purpose because you can't get decent strong beer in the USA.  Did someone not give you guys the memo that prohibition is over?
 
2013-05-15 05:11:05 PM
Right. Because only large companies should be able to evade taxes.
 
2013-05-15 05:11:20 PM
Ahh North Dallas, you never cease to entertain.
 
2013-05-15 05:11:40 PM

Because People in power are Stupid: I'm guessing that they farked up the batch and tried to recomp their costs by selling it anyways.


And they probably thought "We can get away with it because people in power are stupid and they won't even notice and who is going to complain about a stronger beer." But alas.
 
2013-05-15 05:12:45 PM

sharphead: Damn....and some of you American's come to Canada on purpose because you can't get decent strong beer in the USA.  Did someone not give you guys the memo that prohibition is over?


Nice troll there hoser, but the craft scene here has a far larger selections than your various poutine based swill.
 
2013-05-15 05:13:06 PM
Troegenator is friend.
 
2013-05-15 05:13:50 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: Sometimes I hate this town....


The liquor laws here are just retarded, I wouldn't force the ABLE commission on my worst enemy.
 
2013-05-15 05:13:54 PM

Evil Mackerel: Troegenator is friend.


^^^ What he said
 
2013-05-15 05:14:36 PM

sharphead: Damn....and some of you American's come to Canada on purpose because you can't get decent strong beer in the USA.  Did someone not give you guys the memo that prohibition is over?


Canadian beer?

images.encyclopediadramatica.se


You're not worthy.

farm4.static.flickr.com
 
2013-05-15 05:14:55 PM
hipsterhunter.com

Probably was this guy.

"I can't drink any other beer, my sensitivity is too strong! Eeennngggg!"
 
2013-05-15 05:15:46 PM
speaking of strong beer...I had this the other night.

beerpulse.com

9.5


I have had other beers destroy my palate worse than it though...so the name was bit misleading.
 
2013-05-15 05:16:08 PM
"Beer is too strong" is like "Skirt is too short." I know what all the words mean individually, but they're nonsense together.
 
2013-05-15 05:16:09 PM
Yet another reason to never visit Oklahoma.
 
2013-05-15 05:16:53 PM

DarkSoulNoHope: [hipsterhunter.com image 316x399]

Probably was this guy.

"I can't drink any other beer, my sensitivity is too strong! Eeennngggg!"


If you hate American hops you're more limited than you think. There are still plenty of other options, though: Guinness is a ubiquitous one.

American hops suck ass.
 
2013-05-15 05:17:09 PM

busy chillin': And they probably thought "We can get away with it because people in power are stupid and they won't even notice and who is going to complain about a stronger beer." But alas.


Who the fark even knows about the Able commission?! I do, I'm in the home brewing community. I think someone set them up. On their Facebook page they are joking about how the agents loved their pizza. Me thinks they shouldn't be joking with people who can take away your liquor license.
 
2013-05-15 05:17:22 PM
 
2013-05-15 05:17:36 PM
There's only one reason I'd never live in Oklahoma. OK, more than just one. Perhaps 78,326.

No, that still seems low. Let's simplify things: There are all the reasons I'd never live in Oklahoma.

Seriously, if a reason can be given for anything, even if it's unrelated to living in Oklahoma, it's a reason I'd never live in Oklahoma. The heartbreak of psoriasis? That's a reason I'd never live in Oklahoma. Plants synthesize sunlight via photosynthesis? That's a reason I'd never live in Oklahoma. Kepler's laws of Planetary Motion, Boyle's Law of gas pressure, and "because of the Dewey Decimal System"? Three more reasons I'd never live in Oklahoma.
 
2013-05-15 05:17:41 PM

DarkSoulNoHope: [hipsterhunter.com image 316x399]

Probably was this guy.

"I can't drink any other beer, my sensitivity is too strong! Eeennngggg!"


PBR would be too strong to legally sell in Oklahoma.  And there are no hipsters in Oklahoma.  And mocking hipster beer tastes is amusing, since it is them who have kind of popularized the craft brew movement to the point where you can get decent shiat in a suburban grocery store in Texas.
 
2013-05-15 05:19:14 PM

sharphead: Damn....and some of you American's come to Canada on purpose because you can't get decent strong beer in the USA.  Did someone not give you guys the memo that prohibition is over?


Pennsylvania got the memo. Our beer is so good we need absurd laws to keep it from sparking a permanent state of beergardenosis.
 
2013-05-15 05:19:34 PM
ph0rk: If you hate American hops you're more limited than you think. There are still plenty of other options, though: Guinness is a ubiquitous one.

Ahh, tasteless, low alcohol Guinness.   So bad that MGD is more popular than it in it's home country.
 
2013-05-15 05:21:01 PM
ph0rk:

American hops suck ass.

ypcomic.com
 
2013-05-15 05:21:06 PM

lilplatinum: Ahh North Dallas, you never cease to entertain.


HA! They only wish.

There are micros on almost every corner here, and we can enjoy strong drink without feeling the need to resort to calling the authorities.

/will be enjoying a Deep Ellum Brown Stout when I get home from work.
 
2013-05-15 05:22:24 PM

kim jong-un: sharphead: Damn....and some of you American's come to Canada on purpose because you can't get decent strong beer in the USA.  Did someone not give you guys the memo that prohibition is over?

Pennsylvania got the memo. Our beer is so good we need absurd laws to keep it from sparking a permanent state of beergardenosis.


In all seriousness though, PA beer makes living next to Jersey tolerable. It's that good.
 
2013-05-15 05:22:31 PM
Sounds like the little girls in Tulsa should stick to drinking tea.
 
2013-05-15 05:24:43 PM
i3.kym-cdn.com
 
2013-05-15 05:25:56 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: Sometimes I hate this town....


Sometimes?   You I and both dude.
 
2013-05-15 05:27:07 PM

triptheory: lilplatinum: Ahh North Dallas, you never cease to entertain.

HA! They only wish.

There are micros on almost every corner here, and we can enjoy strong drink without feeling the need to resort to calling the authorities.

/will be enjoying a Deep Ellum Brown Stout when I get home from work.


This. The only sin in Dallas is being broke.

/but no shortage of tasty beverages
 
2013-05-15 05:27:11 PM
I should run for ABLE commissioner and do away with this whole "low-point" bullshiat once and for all.
 
2013-05-15 05:27:56 PM

DarkSoulNoHope: [hipsterhunter.com image 316x399]

Probably was this guy.

"I can't drink any other beer, my sensitivity is too strong! Eeennngggg!"


I work with a guy whos from Oregon and loves PBR. He doesnt dress like a hipster...black jeans, wallet on chain, band t shirts, full sleeve tattoos. I did hit him with the hipster accusation the other day though...as he was busy spewing some crap about how a band was great until they sold out and got on a major record label. "So they were good when no one knew who they were, but now that they are on the radio they are sell outs and suck...wow, hipster". He was not ammused as he fancies himself the "heavy metal guy".
 
2013-05-15 05:28:11 PM

Minarets: The Stealth Hippopotamus: Sometimes I hate this town....

Sometimes?   You I and both dude.


SOB I've come across a few farkers in Tulsa lately. Need a T-Town Fark party.

Someone has to be posting these channel 2 stories.
 
2013-05-15 05:31:23 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: SOB I've come across a few farkers in Tulsa lately. Need a T-Town Fark party.


We had one back in '05 at McNellies.  I was gonna get anther one together a couple of years ago, but my job ate my social life at the time.  This place is about 2 miles from me and I didn't even know it existed.
 
2013-05-15 05:32:00 PM

sharphead: Damn....and some of you American's come to Canada on purpose because you can't get decent strong beer in the USA.  Did someone not give you guys the memo that prohibition is over?


It comes as a surprise to many furriners that Prohibition was only repealed at the Federal level. All manner of alcohol-related asshattery still goes on at the State level.
 
2013-05-15 05:32:08 PM
Girlfriend flew back to OKC today for a week to visit her family so I'm getting a kick. Oklahoma also lacks decent food, coffee, or anything else.
 
2013-05-15 05:32:47 PM
What some of the complainers may look like

www.pulitzerremix.com
 
2013-05-15 05:35:16 PM

lilplatinum: And there are no hipsters in Oklahoma


You've apparently never been to the Brady, Cherry Street or Brookside districts of Tulsa.
 
2013-05-15 05:35:25 PM

Minarets: The Stealth Hippopotamus: Sometimes I hate this town....

Sometimes?   You I and both dude.


Of all the reasons possible, this ranks pretty low on the list.  The lack of complete streets, mass transit and otherwise inaccessibility of the city to folks who can't make the investment in a car, or or otherwise unable to drive (kids, the elderly, injured war veterans, the blind, morbid diabetics, all of which we have a lot in this city) is a far bigger and endemic issue than having to plan around having a cooler and making it to the liquor store before 21:00.
 
2013-05-15 05:35:26 PM

Stone Meadow:

It comes as a surprise to many furriners that Prohibition was only repealed at the Federal level. All manner of alcohol-related asshattery still goes on at the State level.


we didn't realize that and a few years ago rented a cool house on a river in Arkansas. Showed up and were looking for a liquor store. Oops. Dry country. We had to drive about 30 miles to get it.
 
2013-05-15 05:35:36 PM

2xhelix: We had one back in '05 at McNellies. I was gonna get anther one together a couple of years ago, but my job ate my social life at the time. This place is about 2 miles from me and I didn't even know it existed.


6 miles from my office
 
2013-05-15 05:35:50 PM
beeractivist.files.wordpress.com

PLUS

www.cocoa-heaven.com

Equals DELICIOUS!!!
 
2013-05-15 05:35:57 PM
oklahoma beer is 3.2 percent as opposed to the exact same beer in texas which is at least 5.0 percent. when i was in a band from texas playing in oklahoma we'd drink beer all night and not get drunk, on the flip side it was always fun to watch the oklahoma bands come to texas and just get trashed stupid drunk on our beer...
 
2013-05-15 05:36:04 PM
f*cking Oklahoma.

so glad I moved away.
 
2013-05-15 05:36:53 PM

Sultan Of Herf: DarkSoulNoHope: [hipsterhunter.com image 316x399]

Probably was this guy.

"I can't drink any other beer, my sensitivity is too strong! Eeennngggg!"

I work with a guy whos from Oregon and loves PBR. He doesnt dress like a hipster...black jeans, wallet on chain, band t shirts, full sleeve tattoos. I did hit him with the hipster accusation the other day though...as he was busy spewing some crap about how a band was great until they sold out and got on a major record label. "So they were good when no one knew who they were, but now that they are on the radio they are sell outs and suck...wow, hipster". He was not ammused as he fancies himself the "heavy metal guy"


At many bars that have live music the default cheapo band beer is PBR (or Lone Star in Texas). If he's a musician he probably just developed a taste.

/when half your pay is in beer, you better drink up
 
2013-05-15 05:41:28 PM
res.cloudinary.com

7.70% ABV, so a lightweight, but so tasty.
 
2013-05-15 05:41:37 PM

machodonkeywrestler: [beeractivist.files.wordpress.com image 343x307]

PLUS

[www.cocoa-heaven.com image 241x522]

Equals DELICIOUS!!!


Actually enjoyed the banana bread beer. I don't think I would start drinking it regularly, but it was fairly pleasant for a novelty beer.

/Prefers Mammoth Brewing Co.'s Double Nut Brown
//Newcastle will do in a pinch
///slashies
 
2013-05-15 05:42:16 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: SOB I've come across a few farkers in Tulsa lately. Need a T-Town Fark party.


I'm in.
 
2013-05-15 05:42:27 PM
Tough shiat.
The brewer should've read the paperwork on what beer he's allowed to brew with what permit.
The brewer screwed himself.
 
2013-05-15 05:43:23 PM

justajonesin: oklahoma beer is 3.2 percent as opposed to the exact same beer in texas which is at least 5.0 percent. when i was in a band from texas playing in oklahoma we'd drink beer all night and not get drunk, on the flip side it was always fun to watch the oklahoma bands come to texas and just get trashed stupid drunk on our beer...


Could be worse, you could have moved to Colorado their beer is weaker than ours!!


Q: How is Oklahoma beer like making love in a canoe?
A: effing close to water!!
 
2013-05-15 05:43:28 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: Someone has to be posting these channel 2 stories.


I'm guessing KJRH.  It's not like anybody watches them, especially thanks to Cock Cable putting them on some other channel.  They did that with WGN, too.  I used to watch both a lot when I was in Kellyville and they were on the right channels...
 
2013-05-15 05:44:47 PM
Ah, Oklahoma.  I see now.  They have that ridiculous 3.2 law
 
2013-05-15 05:45:33 PM

machodonkeywrestler: [beeractivist.files.wordpress.com image 343x307]

PLUS

[www.cocoa-heaven.com image 241x522]

Equals DELICIOUS!!!


Yeaaah Southern Tier! They make good, albeit expensive stuff.

I'm curious to know what this PA good beer is.
 
2013-05-15 05:46:32 PM

Baloo Uriza: I'm guessing KJRH. It's not like anybody watches them, especially thanks to Cock Cable putting them on some other channel. They did that with WGN, too. I used to watch both a lot when I was in Kellyville and they were on the right channels...


You think KJRH has a fark account?


I'm thinking fark party at Pi!!! If they keep their liquor license that is
 
2013-05-15 05:47:34 PM

justajonesin: oklahoma beer is 3.2 percent as opposed to the exact same beer in texas which is at least 5.0 percent.


It works like Canada, except we have off-sales in a limited set of circumstances for places that aren't bars and liquor stores.  If you want the good stuff, go hit a Beer Store.  If you want it cold now (or if it's Sunday and you didn't plan ahead), go down to the QuikTrip and get yourself a bag of tallboys.
 
2013-05-15 05:49:52 PM

busy chillin': Stone Meadow: It comes as a surprise to many furriners that Prohibition was only repealed at the Federal level. All manner of alcohol-related asshattery still goes on at the State level.

we didn't realize that and a few years ago rented a cool house on a river in Arkansas. Showed up and were looking for a liquor store. Oops. Dry country. We had to drive about 30 miles to get it.


Yup. When I retired from my first career my wife and I briefly considered moving to Mena, Arkansas...until learning that much of the western part of the State is dry.
 
2013-05-15 05:50:12 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: justajonesin: oklahoma beer is 3.2 percent as opposed to the exact same beer in texas which is at least 5.0 percent. when i was in a band from texas playing in oklahoma we'd drink beer all night and not get drunk, on the flip side it was always fun to watch the oklahoma bands come to texas and just get trashed stupid drunk on our beer...

Could be worse, you could have moved to Colorado their beer is weaker than ours!!


Umm...no.

www.blogcdn.com

6.7 ABV


Sure, you may get stuck buying 3.2 swill in an Albertson's (F the Mormons), but all you have to do is go to a liquor store to buy real beer.
 
2013-05-15 06:02:23 PM
I hope the names of these people goes on the public record.
 
2013-05-15 06:02:52 PM
the case of natty light got you just as drunk as the budweiser,  the theory we always heard visiting oklahoma was quanitity over quality and add shots of "insert favorite shooter here"...  crown royal or kamikazes...
mmmmm....shots....it's 5:00 somewhere right
 
2013-05-15 06:04:57 PM

Maud Dib: Sure, you may get stuck buying 3.2 swill in an Albertson's (F the Mormons), but all you have to do is go to a liquor store to buy real beer.


Same in Oklahoma.
 
2013-05-15 06:05:43 PM

DanTheMan1024: The Stealth Hippopotamus: Sometimes I hate this town....

The liquor laws here are just retarded, I wouldn't force the ABLE commission on my worst enemy.


Actually, the laws are getting less retarded.  If I understand correctly, Oklahoma didn't allow brewing beer ("strong point", greater than 3.2%) at all until fairly recently.  Some recent law (you care enough, you'll look it up yourself) added that ability, as well as several new, related licenses.  These guys got cross-ways with ABLE because they didn't spring for the right license.
 
2013-05-15 06:08:39 PM

lilplatinum: DarkSoulNoHope: [hipsterhunter.com image 316x399]

Probably was this guy.

"I can't drink any other beer, my sensitivity is too strong! Eeennngggg!"

PBR would be too strong to legally sell in Oklahoma.  And there are no hipsters in Oklahoma.  And mocking hipster beer tastes is amusing, since it is them who have kind of popularized the craft brew movement to the point where you can get decent shiat in a suburban grocery store in Texas.


Indeed, I've been pleasantly surprised by the lovely new flavors Shiner's been cranking out -- and I can usually find a passable (though not exotic) stout or porter at even the smaller HEB stores. And Spec's has a nice, big store on my way home from work.
 
2013-05-15 06:08:56 PM

busy chillin': Stone Meadow:

It comes as a surprise to many furriners that Prohibition was only repealed at the Federal level. All manner of alcohol-related asshattery still goes on at the State level.

we didn't realize that and a few years ago rented a cool house on a river in Arkansas. Showed up and were looking for a liquor store. Oops. Dry country. We had to drive about 30 miles to get it.


CSB:

Many years back I traveled to Snyder Texas with some co-workers for a week long dog-and-pony show for a major oil company. As we rolled up to a mini-mart, you can imagine our horror when we found out it was  a dry county. I didn't even know such a thing existed. Crushed and burdened with the thought of a whole week in this hellhole sans alcohol, we drove back to our hotel room to contemplate our miserable existence in eerie silence. As we were removing our bags from the car one of our group pulled in a bit late to the parking lot. Before he even got out of his car we broke the horrific news to him.  He just smiled, went to the back of his rental car and popped the trunk.  Inside was about 8 cases of beer he picked up prior to entering the county.  Seems our esteemed colleague had been to Snyder before and came prepared.  He didn't pay for dinner that whole week.
 
2013-05-15 06:09:04 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: Minarets: The Stealth Hippopotamus: Sometimes I hate this town....

Sometimes?   You I and both dude.

SOB I've come across a few farkers in Tulsa lately. Need a T-Town Fark party.

Someone has to be posting these channel 2 stories.


I'd have to drive a little over an hour, but I'd consider it.  Split the difference and hold it in Cushing?

/just kidding
 
2013-05-15 06:09:21 PM

Stone Meadow: sharphead: Damn....and some of you American's come to Canada on purpose because you can't get decent strong beer in the USA.  Did someone not give you guys the memo that prohibition is over?

It comes as a surprise to many furriners that Prohibition was only repealed at the Federal level. All manner of alcohol-related asshattery still goes on at the State level.


Yes. From a State that has dry counties and used to have to trek to Ohio because their drinking age law, at the time, were 18 for that ridiculous 3.2 beer The bartenders didn't care) I can tell you that vestiges of Prohibition still exist and they are a gigantic pain in the @$$
 
2013-05-15 06:13:17 PM

machodonkeywrestler: [beeractivist.files.wordpress.com image 343x307]

PLUS

[www.cocoa-heaven.com image 241x522]

Equals DELICIOUS!!!



How is that banananana bread beer on its own?
 
2013-05-15 06:17:37 PM
The arms show in Tulsa twice a year is worth the drive.
 
2013-05-15 06:23:10 PM

Astorix: Stone Meadow: sharphead: Damn....and some of you American's come to Canada on purpose because you can't get decent strong beer in the USA.  Did someone not give you guys the memo that prohibition is over?

It comes as a surprise to many furriners that Prohibition was only repealed at the Federal level. All manner of alcohol-related asshattery still goes on at the State level.

Yes. From a State that has dry counties and used to have to trek to Ohio because their drinking age law, at the time, were 18 for that ridiculous 3.2 beer The bartenders didn't care) I can tell you that vestiges of Prohibition still exist and they are a gigantic pain in the @$$


Hell, Mississippi didn't repeal state-wide Prohibition until 1966, and even then left it to the county and cities, as was common throughout the bible belt.
 
2013-05-15 06:24:43 PM

Maud Dib: sharphead: Damn....and some of you American's come to Canada on purpose because you can't get decent strong beer in the USA.  Did someone not give you guys the memo that prohibition is over?

Canadian beer?


You're not worthy.


Also awesome:

www.westsidebeer.com
 
2013-05-15 06:31:33 PM

sharphead: Damn....and some of you American's come to Canada on purpose because you can't get decent strong beer in the USA.  Did someone not give you guys the memo that prohibition is over?


The inferiority complex suffered by you idiot canucks never ceases to make me laugh. You are all so precious.
 
2013-05-15 06:36:51 PM

ladyfortuna: machodonkeywrestler: [beeractivist.files.wordpress.com image 343x307]

PLUS

[www.cocoa-heaven.com image 241x522]

Equals DELICIOUS!!!

Yeaaah Southern Tier! They make good, albeit expensive stuff.

I'm curious to know what this PA good beer is.


The choklat is expensive because it has a high abv. Their IPA is the best I've ever had.

/biased
 
2013-05-15 06:37:01 PM

Baloo Uriza: The lack of complete streets, mass transit and otherwise inaccessibility of the city to folks who can't make the investment in a car, or or otherwise unable to drive (kids, the elderly, injured war veterans, the blind, morbid diabetics, all of which we have a lot in this city)


Hey, look. It's more reasons I'll never live in Oklahoma.
 
2013-05-15 06:39:59 PM

puddleonfire: Tough shiat.
The brewer should've read the paperwork on what beer he's allowed to brew with what permit.
The brewer screwed himself.


this comment is what's wrong with America.
 
2013-05-15 06:44:22 PM
I was charged with "Drinking alcohol over 3.2% in public" while floating down the Illinois river. $300 fine for something I didn't think was illegal.
 
2013-05-15 06:48:56 PM
FTFA: "Agents say Pi Pizzeria and Craft Beer House is only licensed to make and sell low-point beer, but some customers complained it's too strong."

Now THAT is some comedy gold right there.

Oklahoma...

justinlang.info
 
2013-05-15 06:49:18 PM

2xhelix: lilplatinum: And there are no hipsters in Oklahoma

You've apparently never been to the Brady, Cherry Street or Brookside districts of Tulsa.


Norman must be full of them as well.
 
2013-05-15 06:50:29 PM

justajonesin: oklahoma beer is 3.2 percent as opposed to the exact same beer in texas which is at least 5.0 percent. when i was in a band from texas playing in oklahoma we'd drink beer all night and not get drunk, on the flip side it was always fun to watch the oklahoma bands come to texas and just get trashed stupid drunk on our beer...


if you're getting drunk on beer, you're just a wimp...

img3.etsystatic.com
 
2013-05-15 06:56:10 PM
i.imgur.com

i.imgur.com
 
2013-05-15 06:56:47 PM

Gonz: Baloo Uriza: The lack of complete streets, mass transit and otherwise inaccessibility of the city to folks who can't make the investment in a car, or or otherwise unable to drive (kids, the elderly, injured war veterans, the blind, morbid diabetics, all of which we have a lot in this city)

Hey, look. It's more reasons I'll never live in Oklahoma.


More like more reasons not to ever live anywhere in North America except Toronto, Vancouver and New York.
 
2013-05-15 07:15:03 PM

RatOmeter: DanTheMan1024: The Stealth Hippopotamus: Sometimes I hate this town....

The liquor laws here are just retarded, I wouldn't force the ABLE commission on my worst enemy.

Actually, the laws are getting less retarded.  If I understand correctly, Oklahoma didn't allow brewing beer ("strong point", greater than 3.2%) at all until fairly recently.  Some recent law (you care enough, you'll look it up yourself) added that ability, as well as several new, related licenses.  These guys got cross-ways with ABLE because they didn't spring for the right license.


Less retarded is still very retarded. I'm speaking more from the liquor retail business and not so much from home brew and such.
 
2013-05-15 07:17:07 PM
The law is the law
You break it, you pay for it
Pretty simple
 
2013-05-15 07:19:53 PM
Oklahoma is not OK
 
2013-05-15 07:23:51 PM

Stone Meadow: FTFA: "Agents say Pi Pizzeria and Craft Beer House is only licensed to make and sell low-point beer, but some customers complained it's too strong."

Now THAT is some comedy gold right there.

Oklahoma...

[justinlang.info image 486x569]


Came to make sure someone was on the case. Man cards revoked.
 
2013-05-15 07:26:12 PM
Let's destroy the small business because of an unjust and utterly moronic law! fark yeah!
 
2013-05-15 07:26:35 PM
Thanks, OKLABAMA!
 
2013-05-15 07:31:20 PM
Rampant IPA, 8.5%, is available here in the buckle of the Bible Belt, no need to go to canada
 
2013-05-15 07:35:42 PM

dforkus: Rampant IPA, 8.5%, is available here in the buckle of the Bible Belt, no need to go to canada


It makes me so happy that so many Colorado breweries are opening east coast branches so I can enjoy their deliciousness everywhere I travel.
 
2013-05-15 07:37:09 PM
When one encounters "strong beer" whom does one call? An even more pressing question; If one encounters "strong beer" would not one complain to the proprietor of said establishment, rather than some government agency? Apparently not in Oklahoma.
 
2013-05-15 07:40:10 PM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Oklahoma is not OK


And you're experience is based upon... ?

/guesses the "Internet" (the Web)
 
2013-05-15 07:46:43 PM
Denver Colorado, some year, 18 years old, grandfather clause, 3.2 pitchers, good times.
 
2013-05-15 07:50:01 PM

Communist_Manifesto: Let's destroy the small business because of an unjust and utterly moronic law! fark yeah!


Do you mind if I refer you to an earlier post of mine that explains... THEY HAD A LEGAL WAY TO DO IT BUT THEY DIDN'T GET THE LICENSE.
 
2013-05-15 07:52:09 PM
A lot of things creep me out about living in OKC but the worst is how many churches there are and how few bars there are. I'll take drinkers over cultists any day.
 
2013-05-15 08:05:42 PM

hitlersbrain: A lot of things creep me out about living in OKC but the worst is how many churches there are and how few bars there are. I'll take drinkers over cultists any day.


I bet you *love* that giant, freakin' cross on the 66 hwy exit.
 
2013-05-15 08:17:53 PM

TheMysticS: machodonkeywrestler: [beeractivist.files.wordpress.com image 343x307]

PLUS

[www.cocoa-heaven.com image 241x522]

Equals DELICIOUS!!!


How is that banananana bread beer on its own?


Not bad, but the combination is the best dessert beer ever. You can get about 3 pts out of it as well.
 
2013-05-15 08:18:55 PM

cameroncrazy1984: ladyfortuna: machodonkeywrestler: [beeractivist.files.wordpress.com image 343x307]

PLUS

[www.cocoa-heaven.com image 241x522]

Equals DELICIOUS!!!

Yeaaah Southern Tier! They make good, albeit expensive stuff.

I'm curious to know what this PA good beer is.

The choklat is expensive because it has a high abv. Their IPA is the best I've ever had.

/biased


The IPA is delicious, usually drink IPA's. But those two combined are heaven.
 
2013-05-15 08:42:49 PM
Just in time for the Bricktown Brewfest this weekend?  I guess the Able commission is trying to justify their existence again.  They will probably fark the festival too.
 
2013-05-15 08:54:03 PM

Baloo Uriza: The Stealth Hippopotamus: SOB I've come across a few farkers in Tulsa lately. Need a T-Town Fark party.

I'm in.


Do it!

/also, we here in Okla actually like all of you fine people to keep flying over
//don't come here, we don't want you here
///we also send our tarded people to North Texas, it raised he IQ of both states
 
2013-05-15 08:55:07 PM

sharphead: Damn....and some of you American's come to Canada on purpose because you can't get decent strong beer in the USA.  Did someone not give you guys the memo that prohibition is over?


What? There's high gravity beer coming out our ears down here, Canuck!
 
2013-05-15 09:00:55 PM

whipbambucket: sharphead: Damn....and some of you American's come to Canada on purpose because you can't get decent strong beer in the USA.  Did someone not give you guys the memo that prohibition is over?

What? There's high gravity beer coming out our ears down here, Canuck!


Indeed. You can't throw a rock in the Pacific Northwest without hitting someone brewing a friggin' barleywine.
 
2013-05-15 09:05:19 PM
By customers I assume they meant competition, never underestimate how cut-throat competition can be.
 
2013-05-15 09:13:05 PM

RatOmeter: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Oklahoma is not OK

And you're experience is based upon... ?

/guesses the "Internet" (the Web)


Hardesty, OK

/whole family is from there, thanks
 
2013-05-15 09:29:03 PM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: RatOmeter: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Oklahoma is not OK

And you're experience is based upon... ?

/guesses the "Internet" (the Web)

Hardesty, OK

/whole family is from there, thanks


Crap, out there in no-man's-land!  Where I grew up it was a complete day committed in order go to shopping in Alva or Enid.  Saw my first WalMart in Alva.

You do know that the panhandle is not all of Oklahoma, right?
 
2013-05-15 09:29:34 PM

Pick: When one encounters "strong beer" whom does one call?


ABLE, the Alcoholic Beverage Law Enforcement.  Oregon's equivalent would be the Oregon Liquor Control Commission.  Other states almost certainly have similar agencies.

An even more pressing question; If one encounters "strong beer" would not one complain to the proprietor of said establishment, rather than some government agency?

Typically, yes.  Unless there's an axe to grind.

Apparently not in Oklahoma.

Yeah, see above.  I'm pretty sure someone had an axe to grind for whatever reason.
 
2013-05-15 09:29:46 PM
All I can say is that this country is off the hook with these old blue laws. "Low point beer"? WTF?

The sale of alcoholic beverages is all farked up. In some states you can buy beer nearly anywhere, at any time, but you must buy liquor at specific times and specific places, on specific days. It's completely bonkers!!!

/From Indiana, we practically invented blue laws
 
2013-05-15 09:31:18 PM

hitlersbrain: A lot of things creep me out about living in OKC but the worst is how many churches there are and how few bars there are. I'll take drinkers over cultists any day.


It's the same proportion everywhere, though.  Don't believe me? Go to Oregon.  Honestly can't think of anyplace that has more adult shops and bars per capita, and yet churches damn near outnumber convenience stores.
 
rka
2013-05-15 09:32:10 PM

sharphead: Damn....and some of you American's come to Canada on purpose because you can't get decent strong beer in the USA.  Did someone not give you guys the memo that prohibition is over?


When I grew up on the border with Manitoba we went to Canada because a) the drinking age was 18  and b) your economy was so far in the toliet that we just had to wave a US dollar around and all the staff would come running like crackheads.

You were like our Mexico of the north. Cheap labor and entertainment.

Your beer was shiattier than the normal Bud/Miller/Coors that we could bootleg in the states. In fact, we drove into Canada and drank Bud/Miller/Coors because Labatts, Molson and OV are shiat beers themselves.
 
2013-05-15 09:35:01 PM
I like strong beers, but I find that they're too damn filling.

/and can you make a strong ale without it looking like a porter and tasting burnt?
//looking at you, Rogue...
 
2013-05-15 09:39:41 PM

Chinesenookiefactory: All I can say is that this country is off the hook with these old blue laws. "Low point beer"? WTF?

The sale of alcoholic beverages is all farked up. In some states you can buy beer nearly anywhere, at any time, but you must buy liquor at specific times and specific places, on specific days. It's completely bonkers!!!

/From Indiana, we practically invented blue laws


Back in the 90s I was travelling to Charleston, SC quite a bit on business.   One time I arrived on a Sunday evening and wanted a few beers before bed.  Couldn't buy any beer at the convenience store, being Sunday and all, so I asked where I could get a drink. "Oh, there's a titty bar just down the road" I was told.  So, I got a single drink, watched girls "dancing".  The next year North Charleston, the town is split 'tween two counties, they voted that stupid BS right out.  I haven't been back in years, but I hope that "South" Charleston has come up in the times.
 
2013-05-15 09:40:15 PM

basemetal: Baloo Uriza: The Stealth Hippopotamus: SOB I've come across a few farkers in Tulsa lately. Need a T-Town Fark party.

I'm in.

Do it!


Not sure how.

/also, we here in Okla actually like all of you fine people to keep flying over
//don't come here, we don't want you here


Well, I've learned from firsthand experience, that all depends.  Are you coming with an open mind and an attitude to expand your cultural horizons in ways you didn't expect?  Oklahoma might be for you.  If not, enjoy your cruise on Historic 66 and we'll let you go on thinking that the World's Largest McDonald's, indian truck stops with casinos and cheesy gifts, and the park where the Murrah Building used to stand is all we got.  We'll even try to keep a straight face when you call it the Timothy McVeigh memorial.

///we also send our tarded people to North Texas, it raised he IQ of both states

Meh.  Easier to just get Oklahoma confused with Ohio or Oregon for those folks.
 
2013-05-15 09:42:14 PM

RatOmeter: MaudlinMutantMollusk: RatOmeter: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Oklahoma is not OK

And you're experience is based upon... ?

/guesses the "Internet" (the Web)

Hardesty, OK

/whole family is from there, thanks

Crap, out there in no-man's-land!  Where I grew up it was a complete day committed in order go to shopping in Alva or Enid.  Saw my first WalMart in Alva.

You do know that the panhandle is not all of Oklahoma, right?


Damn, son... I been to Guymon. This ain't my first rodeo

/yes, I have visited other parts of the state. I have folk in OKC, too
//seriously, though, I was just being a smartass and didn't mean anything by it
///touchy freakin' flatlanders
 
2013-05-15 09:42:24 PM

FormlessOne: whipbambucket: sharphead: Damn....and some of you American's come to Canada on purpose because you can't get decent strong beer in the USA.  Did someone not give you guys the memo that prohibition is over?

What? There's high gravity beer coming out our ears down here, Canuck!

Indeed. You can't throw a rock in the Pacific Northwest without hitting someone brewing a friggin' barleywine.


Well, there you don't have a summer unless you're out in the desert.  They got a climate that makes the darker brews more palatable.  A stout just doesn't taste right ice cold, but a lager does, so a hot Okie summer day, lager wins.
 
2013-05-15 09:45:00 PM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Hardesty, OK


Damn, I'm mapping Oklahoma for OpenStreetMap (albeit slowly, the Census import requires almost more work to clean up than just redrawing it as I verify the state highways) and I had to look that up.  Seemed vaguely familiar but couldn't place it, then saw OK 3 runs right through it...then again, OK 3 runs right through damn near everything but Tulsa and Lawton...
 
2013-05-15 09:47:07 PM

RatOmeter: You do know that the panhandle is not all of Oklahoma, right?


Oklapurgatory.  It doesn't feel like Oklahoma.  It's not quite Colorado.  Doesn't really feel like Kansas or Texas, either.  And yet, not quite New Mexico.  It's not that great, but it's not really that bad, either.
 
2013-05-15 09:50:03 PM

RatOmeter: Chinesenookiefactory: All I can say is that this country is off the hook with these old blue laws. "Low point beer"? WTF?

The sale of alcoholic beverages is all farked up. In some states you can buy beer nearly anywhere, at any time, but you must buy liquor at specific times and specific places, on specific days. It's completely bonkers!!!

/From Indiana, we practically invented blue laws

Back in the 90s I was travelling to Charleston, SC quite a bit on business.   One time I arrived on a Sunday evening and wanted a few beers before bed.  Couldn't buy any beer at the convenience store, being Sunday and all, so I asked where I could get a drink. "Oh, there's a titty bar just down the road" I was told.  So, I got a single drink, watched girls "dancing".  The next year North Charleston, the town is split 'tween two counties, they voted that stupid BS right out.  I haven't been back in years, but I hope that "South" Charleston has come up in the times.


I was in South Carolina years ago, on a visit to a buddy of mine who was in the Navy. Beer was sold everywhere, but liquor and beer had to be sold on seperate registers/seperate rooms. All of the liquor stores had three red dots on their signs. The store we went to had a room on the left for beer, with a register and a room on the right for liquor, with a register. There was also a restriction on how many liquor stores could be owned by any one family.

It was reall strange. Of course Indiana still doesn't have Sunday alcohol sales, unless you sell food (2 1/2 mile oval race tracks exempted, of course).
 
2013-05-15 09:56:07 PM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: RatOmeter: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Oklahoma is not OK

And you're experience is based upon... ?

/guesses the "Internet" (the Web)

Hardesty, OK

/whole family is from there, thanks


Judging the whole state of Okla based on living in a panhandle shiathole is like judging the whole state of Texas from living in Floydada.
 
2013-05-15 09:58:13 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: justajonesin: oklahoma beer is 3.2 percent as opposed to the exact same beer in texas which is at least 5.0 percent. when i was in a band from texas playing in oklahoma we'd drink beer all night and not get drunk, on the flip side it was always fun to watch the oklahoma bands come to texas and just get trashed stupid drunk on our beer...

Could be worse, you could have moved to Colorado their beer is weaker than ours!!


Wat?   http://www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite?blobcol=urldata&blobheader=appli c ation%2Fpdf&blobheadername1=Content-Disposition&blobheadername2=MDT-Ty pe&blobheadervalue1=inline%3B+filename%3D553%2F22%2FLiquor+Rules+01301 3.pdf&blobheadervalue2=abinary%3B+charset%3DUTF-8&blobkey=id&blobtable =MungoBlobs&blobwhere=1251851492625&ssbinary=true
 
2013-05-15 09:58:45 PM

Baloo Uriza: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Hardesty, OK

Damn, I'm mapping Oklahoma for OpenStreetMap (albeit slowly, the Census import requires almost more work to clean up than just redrawing it as I verify the state highways) and I had to look that up.  Seemed vaguely familiar but couldn't place it, then saw OK 3 runs right through it...then again, OK 3 runs right through damn near everything but Tulsa and Lawton...


To call it "a wide spot in the road" is overstating, yeah

/ground zero for the Dust Bowl being its claim to fame
 
2013-05-15 10:07:08 PM
Thinking about checking this out on Sat.  http://oklahomacraftbeerfestival.com/
 
rka
2013-05-15 10:15:28 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: Could be worse, you could have moved to Colorado their beer is weaker than ours!!


That's weapons grade stupid right there.

I'd love to see you come to any event in Colorado, but especially this one

http://www.bigbeersfestival.com/

7%+  beers at a minimum. Held in Vail at 8000ft elevation.

You'd be dead by 4pm.
 
2013-05-15 10:17:21 PM

Sultan Of Herf: DarkSoulNoHope: [hipsterhunter.com image 316x399]

Probably was this guy.

"I can't drink any other beer, my sensitivity is too strong! Eeennngggg!"

I work with a guy whos from Oregon and loves PBR. He doesnt dress like a hipster...black jeans, wallet on chain, band t shirts, full sleeve tattoos. I did hit him with the hipster accusation the other day though...as he was busy spewing some crap about how a band was great until they sold out and got on a major record label. "So they were good when no one knew who they were, but now that they are on the radio they are sell outs and suck...wow, hipster". He was not ammused as he fancies himself the "heavy metal guy".


That always makes me laugh about that crowd, they can't seem to enjoy a band (even listening to their old stuff before they got popular) because they "sold out". One thing that annoys me is the label they attach to themselves that tries to feign their annoying Hipsterisms, for example there is a Hipster location nearby me that is a bowling alley and a bar (was called a night club by a local newspaper), yet they claim to be a "Rockabilly" location despite their love of "Vinyl DJs only" and Burlesque shows.
 
2013-05-15 10:20:01 PM

basemetal: Thinking about checking this out on Sat.  http://oklahomacraftbeerfestival.com/


Damn.  I'm going to Furbowl Owasso this saturday.
 
2013-05-15 10:45:25 PM
McNellie's and Mashall's FTW.
 
2013-05-15 10:51:06 PM

basemetal: Thinking about checking this out on Sat.  http://oklahomacraftbeerfestival.com/


Marshall's has it's 5th b-day celebration Sat as well, then Opeth that night, That's going to be a gooooood day.
 
2013-05-15 10:51:50 PM

Gonz: There's only one reason I'd never live in Oklahoma. OK, more than just one. Perhaps 78,326.

No, that still seems low. Let's simplify things: There are all the reasons I'd never live in Oklahoma.

Seriously, if a reason can be given for anything, even if it's unrelated to living in Oklahoma, it's a reason I'd never live in Oklahoma. The heartbreak of psoriasis? That's a reason I'd never live in Oklahoma. Plants synthesize sunlight via photosynthesis? That's a reason I'd never live in Oklahoma. Kepler's laws of Planetary Motion, Boyle's Law of gas pressure, and "because of the Dewey Decimal System"? Three more reasons I'd never live in Oklahoma.


Hmm.  Have you ever lived in Oklahoma?
 
2013-05-15 11:00:23 PM

lilplatinum: DarkSoulNoHope: [hipsterhunter.com image 316x399]

Probably was this guy.

"I can't drink any other beer, my sensitivity is too strong! Eeennngggg!"

PBR would be too strong to legally sell in Oklahoma.  And there are no hipsters in Oklahoma.  And mocking hipster beer tastes is amusing, since it is them who have kind of popularized the craft brew movement to the point where you can get decent shiat in a suburban grocery store in Texas.


Not quite true about the PBR.  You can buy it in liquor stores and it is not 3.2.  I frequently buy it when I'm low on cash as my local liquor store usually has a 30 pack for $16.  The secret to drinking it for me (and any other skunky beer for that matter) is to add a splash of Sunny D.  Try it sometime, takes the skunk pretty much outta there.

Astorix: Stone Meadow: sharphead: Damn....and some of you American's come to Canada on purpose because you can't get decent strong beer in the USA.  Did someone not give you guys the memo that prohibition is over?

It comes as a surprise to many furriners that Prohibition was only repealed at the Federal level. All manner of alcohol-related asshattery still goes on at the State level.

Yes. From a State that has dry counties and used to have to trek to Ohio because their drinking age law, at the time, were 18 for that ridiculous 3.2 beer The bartenders didn't care) I can tell you that vestiges of Prohibition still exist and they are a gigantic pain in the @$$


Here's what I've always found funny about dry counties...drinkers are going to drink and you are forcing them and their business into another county.  Not only are you losing money, but they have to drive there and back and from my experiences THEY USUALLY DO IT DRUNK!

CSB:
My dad bought a chevrolet pickup when I was born and I had told him when I was a kid that I wanted that truck when I was able to drive.  When I was about 14, my dad's brother who lived in a dry county in Arkansas was hard pressed for a vehicle and my dad sold him the truck.  Two months later he had wrapped it around a tree, totalling it.  When I saw him next he told me he had been drinking all day on a Saturday, realized he needed more beer for Sunday and was trying to drive the 30 miles to the wet county in the 30 minutes he had until they closed.  I said "lucky you didn't get hurt to bad" as I looked at my former birthright all twisted and mangled in his pasture.
/CSB
 
2013-05-15 11:04:49 PM

RatOmeter: Gonz: There's only one reason I'd never live in Oklahoma. OK, more than just one. Perhaps 78,326.

No, that still seems low. Let's simplify things: There are all the reasons I'd never live in Oklahoma.

Seriously, if a reason can be given for anything, even if it's unrelated to living in Oklahoma, it's a reason I'd never live in Oklahoma. The heartbreak of psoriasis? That's a reason I'd never live in Oklahoma. Plants synthesize sunlight via photosynthesis? That's a reason I'd never live in Oklahoma. Kepler's laws of Planetary Motion, Boyle's Law of gas pressure, and "because of the Dewey Decimal System"? Three more reasons I'd never live in Oklahoma.

Hmm.  Have you ever lived in Oklahoma?


I'm guessing not.  And I'm guessing he's from one of those 49 lesser states that doesn't have an official rock anthem.
 
2013-05-15 11:23:52 PM

basemetal: Just in time for the Bricktown Brewfest this weekend?  I guess the Able commission is trying to justify their existence again.  They will probably fark the festival too.


CSB time,

Not sure the ABLE folks were involved, but there was this fellow running a bar, or shack, in NW Lincoln County by the name of Booger Red.  An Elvis impersonator and all-around character, I'm sure he violated lots of "liquor laws" by just not having a license to sell anything.  There was this one time that someone set the g-men after him.  Said he had a still and what-all.  Well, revenuers of some sort showed up at his shack to check everything out.  Found a big ol' pipe stickin' outta one side and figgered old Booger *did* have still and this was the exhaust.  It was an exhaust all right - right up from the built-in outhouse shiatter.

This story actually earned a page or two in the Daily Oklahoman.

It was about '98 when I last saw old Booger.  By that time, he was mostly wheelchair-bound, but had rebuilt his shack after some Okie had set fire to the last one for some drunken reason.

He had a book that anyone new or interesting coming in would sign.  It had signatures from G. Bush and G. Brooks, people from Korea, China and Germany (I helped bring some of those in). [In]dignitaries from all walks of life, including my wife.

He's long dead now, but I wonder where that book is.
 
2013-05-15 11:24:01 PM

Baloo Uriza: RatOmeter: Gonz: There's only one reason I'd never live in Oklahoma. OK, more than just one. Perhaps 78,326.

No, that still seems low. Let's simplify things: There are all the reasons I'd never live in Oklahoma.

Seriously, if a reason can be given for anything, even if it's unrelated to living in Oklahoma, it's a reason I'd never live in Oklahoma. The heartbreak of psoriasis? That's a reason I'd never live in Oklahoma. Plants synthesize sunlight via photosynthesis? That's a reason I'd never live in Oklahoma. Kepler's laws of Planetary Motion, Boyle's Law of gas pressure, and "because of the Dewey Decimal System"? Three more reasons I'd never live in Oklahoma.

Hmm.  Have you ever lived in Oklahoma?

I'm guessing not.  And I'm guessing he's from one of those 49 lesser states that doesn't have an official rock anthem.


. I'm not sure the title song from Oklahoma! Counts as a rock anthem.
 
2013-05-15 11:25:23 PM

Baloo Uriza: I'm guessing not. And I'm guessing he's from one of those 49 lesser states that doesn't have an official rock anthem.


Oklahoma no longer has an official rock song.  Fallin yanked the plug on that about a month ago.
 
2013-05-15 11:42:34 PM

2xhelix: Baloo Uriza: I'm guessing not. And I'm guessing he's from one of those 49 lesser states that doesn't have an official rock anthem.

Oklahoma no longer has an official rock song.  Fallin yanked the plug on that about a month ago.


No.  Fallin failed to take action one way or another. A more broad reading of our executive order process suggests orders that have no impact on the state budget and that which are largely symbolic or cultural in nature stick until otherwise interfered with.  See also: The font our state's name appears in on the flag.

/Thank the spirits we didn't go with Comic Sans.
 
2013-05-15 11:48:49 PM
Ooooooo-kla-homa, where the wind comes up my sandy vag.
 
2013-05-15 11:50:28 PM
They will jusr switch to a meth lab.
 
2013-05-16 12:07:21 AM

basemetal: Just in time for the Bricktown Brewfest this weekend?  I guess the Able commission is trying to justify their existence again.  They will probably fark the festival too.


I actually look forward to going to Bricktown whenever I have to visit Tinker for work. It's like that one shining glimmer of civilization in an otherwise depressing hellhole.
 
2013-05-16 12:26:35 AM

BolshyGreatYarblocks: Ooooooo-kla-homa, where the wind comes up my sandy vag.


and the resulting yeast......can sure taste sweet......
 
2013-05-16 12:32:13 AM

BalugaJoe: They will jusr switch to a meth lab.


You're confusing us with Oregon.
 
2013-05-16 12:33:37 AM

spcMike: basemetal: Just in time for the Bricktown Brewfest this weekend?  I guess the Able commission is trying to justify their existence again.  They will probably fark the festival too.

I actually look forward to going to Bricktown whenever I have to visit Tinker for work. It's like that one shining glimmer of civilization in an otherwise depressing hellhole.


Y'all are making me hope I never get any service calls in southwest Oklahoma.  Never heard from anybody that was an appreciable distance west of I 35 and south of I 40 that had anything good to say about the place.
 
2013-05-16 12:48:52 AM

Chinesenookiefactory: /From Indiana, we practically invented blue laws


Yeah, thanks (to your predecessors). I was in Indiana for a family thing once and we wanted a bottle of wine for dinner. Got to the liquor store and realized that because it was Sunday, we couldn't get one. BIG reason to throw on the pile of 'reasons I will never move there'.
 
2013-05-16 08:23:48 AM

justajonesin: oklahoma beer is 3.2 percent as opposed to the exact same beer in texas which is at least 5.0 percent. when i was in a band from texas playing in oklahoma we'd drink beer all night and not get drunk, on the flip side it was always fun to watch the oklahoma bands come to texas and just get trashed stupid drunk on our beer...


CLTB (Cool Lesson Time Bro)

Texas beer is measured by volume. Oklahoma measures it by weight. If you measured the alcohol content of a Texas beer by Oklahoma standards of measurement, it would measure out to 3.3/3.4.

So yeah...People complaining of "weak" Oklahoma beer are full of shiat. Oklahoma Coors Light is weaker than Texas Coors Light in that you'd have to drink 9 of them to equal 8 of those from TX.

Standard swill pissbeer is not stronger outside of Oklahoma by any significant measure.
 
2013-05-16 10:28:09 AM

2xhelix: The Stealth Hippopotamus: SOB I've come across a few farkers in Tulsa lately. Need a T-Town Fark party.

We had one back in '05 at McNellies.  I was gonna get anther one together a couple of years ago, but my job ate my social life at the time.  This place is about 2 miles from me and I didn't even know it existed.


If we do have another one, please let's hold it in the non-smoking area.
 
2013-05-16 10:31:41 AM

Calmamity: The Stealth Hippopotamus: Sometimes I hate this town....

Tulsa? Could be worse, could be OKC

/from OKC


Tulsa rules, OKC drools?

/from Tulsa
 
2013-05-16 10:46:41 AM

farkmedown: Calmamity: The Stealth Hippopotamus: Sometimes I hate this town....

Tulsa? Could be worse, could be OKC

/from OKC

Tulsa rules, OKC drools?

/from Tulsa


Could be worse than that in both cases.  Lawton.
 
2013-05-16 11:11:31 AM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: Minarets: The Stealth Hippopotamus: Sometimes I hate this town....

Sometimes?   You I and both dude.

SOB I've come across a few farkers in Tulsa lately. Need a T-Town Fark party.

Someone has to be posting these channel 2 stories.


EIP

CSB/  I was at a friend's bar here in Tulsa the other day when an ABLE "agent" comes in trying to get this poor little bartender to sign a citation for something that happened days earlier (license wasn't properly displayed ZOMG!).  The bartender he was trying to get to sign the citation wasn't even there on the night of the alleged infraction. Captain ABLE said it didn't matter and that if she didn't sign it she could be arrested.  Unfortunately he didn't realize the swarthy Farker sitting at the bar drinking his scotch had more than his GED in law.  I told the bartender and the agent that what he said was bullshiat, and that if there was an infraction they noted days earlier, the citation should have been issued and signed then.  He got all puffy, I gave him my card and he stormed out.  I was worried my friend would be angry because he might be subject to retalitation.  But ABLE backed down when I told the "agent"'s supervisor what his minion had done.  The supervisor called my friend to apologize.
 
2013-05-16 11:11:41 AM
Let's have a Fark party in Stillwater, that way everybody loses.
 
2013-05-16 12:02:22 PM
That's it!! We need to do this!

I had no idea this many people from Tulsa were Farkers.
 
2013-05-16 12:24:05 PM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: That's it!! We need to do this!

I had no idea this many people from Tulsa were Farkers.


I've been scouting locations online to have a Farklahoma BBQ this summer.  Trying to figure if it would be better to have it in town at Lafortune or Chandler parks, or out at Keystone or Skiatook.
 
2013-05-16 12:30:39 PM

2xhelix: The Stealth Hippopotamus: That's it!! We need to do this!

I had no idea this many people from Tulsa were Farkers.

I've been scouting locations online to have a Farklahoma BBQ this summer.  Trying to figure if it would be better to have it in town at Lafortune or Chandler parks, or out at Keystone or Skiatook.


meh. Dont really want to go outside in the summer. on the up side I could show off my brewing skills
 
2013-05-16 01:17:12 PM

2xhelix: The Stealth Hippopotamus: That's it!! We need to do this!

I had no idea this many people from Tulsa were Farkers.

I've been scouting locations online to have a Farklahoma BBQ this summer.  Trying to figure if it would be better to have it in town at Lafortune or Chandler parks, or out at Keystone or Skiatook.


I vote Keystone.
 
2013-05-16 11:01:55 PM

RatOmeter: Let's have a Fark party in Stillwater, that way everybody loses.


I think you're confusing Stillwater with Bromide, which I learned about accidently while mapping OK 7D.
 
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