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(The Street)   20 low-calorie beers for your New Year's resolution. Two article features: can be viewed as a single page, and also lists ABV for each   ( thestreet.com) divider line
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2018-01-22 01:53:47 PM  
I wish I could remember which airport it was, but one time when I was flying and waiting for a connecting flight I found a bar with a huge selection of draft beer. Each choice was written on a large blackboard with the ABV immediately to the right of the name. That's the only time I've ever seen that. I thought it was great and made ordering a breeze.
 
2018-01-22 02:23:34 PM  
"low calorie beer" - lol
 
2018-01-22 02:41:39 PM  
A little late for New Year resolutions. They are all broken by now.
 
2018-01-22 03:09:29 PM  
They have Beast in light?!  What the hell?
 
2018-01-22 03:29:53 PM  

slackananda: I wish I could remember which airport it was, but one time when I was flying and waiting for a connecting flight I found a bar with a huge selection of draft beer. Each choice was written on a large blackboard with the ABV immediately to the right of the name. That's the only time I've ever seen that. I thought it was great and made ordering a breeze.


Really? I see that quite commonly in a lot of local places that serve microbrews.

Although it is very cool that yours was in an airport, usually airport bars completely suck except for the fact that they're in a location where you need them the most and at the times you're there.
 
2018-01-22 03:38:29 PM  

Voiceofreason01: "low calorie beer" - lol


I rather have a low fat beer. That's just me.
 
2018-01-22 04:09:28 PM  
The ABV's are so low that you end up drinking more if your desire is to get a buzz.  Why not just drink less of a good beer with a high ABV?
 
2018-01-22 04:10:30 PM  
If you worry about your beer calorie count, you may have higher priority issues you should be addressing instead.
 
2018-01-22 04:11:33 PM  
Hey guys, Natty Light is only 95 calories! Party like you're 16!
 
2018-01-22 04:30:09 PM  

slackananda: I wish I could remember which airport it was, but one time when I was flying and waiting for a connecting flight I found a bar with a huge selection of draft beer. Each choice was written on a large blackboard with the ABV immediately to the right of the name. That's the only time I've ever seen that. I thought it was great and made ordering a breeze.


Beer Revolution in Calgary, which is not in an airport, has scrolling signs that look like airport arrival/departure signs that show what is on their rotating taps, abv, prices, etc. and the "estimated departure days" for when that particular tap runs out. It would totally make sense to do something like this at an airport bar.
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2018-01-22 05:00:21 PM  

eKonk: slackananda: I wish I could remember which airport it was, but one time when I was flying and waiting for a connecting flight I found a bar with a huge selection of draft beer. Each choice was written on a large blackboard with the ABV immediately to the right of the name. That's the only time I've ever seen that. I thought it was great and made ordering a breeze.

Really? I see that quite commonly in a lot of local places that serve microbrews.

Although it is very cool that yours was in an airport, usually airport bars completely suck except for the fact that they're in a location where you need them the most and at the times you're there.


Yes, but I don't get out much, especially not to anywhere so progressive as to serve microbrews.

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2018-01-22 05:00:51 PM  

AintNoAmoeba: slackananda: I wish I could remember which airport it was, but one time when I was flying and waiting for a connecting flight I found a bar with a huge selection of draft beer. Each choice was written on a large blackboard with the ABV immediately to the right of the name. That's the only time I've ever seen that. I thought it was great and made ordering a breeze.

Beer Revolution in Calgary, which is not in an airport, has scrolling signs that look like airport arrival/departure signs that show what is on their rotating taps, abv, prices, etc. and the "estimated departure days" for when that particular tap runs out. It would totally make sense to do something like this at an airport bar.
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That is cool!
 
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