revjim wrote:On Wednesday evening, Skinny Kitty Teahouse is hosting a gathering of brewers and vintners. Bring samples of your libations to share with others. There will be beer, wine, mead and cider. If you fermented something else to drink, bring it. No cans of crap with cute labels,please
The homebrew from the coffin was mostly made by God, with a few beers from his campmates. Definately good beer. I hope to talk to God before the tasting.
With Above the Limit 2 blocks from Skinny Kitty Teahouse in one direction, and Gawd's coffin two blocks in another, our neighborhood had over 400 gallons of good beer flowing.
I appreciated the beer brewed on the Playa
jyesika wrote:A good half an hour later, some late members or friends of the camp arrived and instead of booting the latecomers some hippy hag came over to me and said she didn't recognize me so we needed to get off. I protested, told her of our prearranged checks and attempts to be rational and pleasant. She was joined by some other belligerent toe rag and we got into a rather curt shouting match about "private parties".
I protested, not only because we had been invited, confirmed our invitation and helped with the preparations, but also because a "private art car" is very much at odds with the community of burning man. I think it is also at odds with the licensure agreement.
goathead wrote:There IS a tale of me, Gordy, a 4 story scaffolding and a surprised Spider Man on Burn night...
Ok, I am sitting down, waiting patiently. This should be a good one.
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