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Best Beer Selection in a Law School?

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skyler:
I am the Internal Vice President of the Student Bar Association at Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, OR - we're throwing a party for our SBA elections on the 11th, and we have a budget surplus. So... I just got a corny keg filled with Hopworks Urban Brewery's Secession Black IPA ($58), another with their standard IPA ($58), and I'm getting another corny filled with Upright Brewing Company's No. 5 ($50). My CO2 can only run two taps at a time, but I thought about using one of those bike pump-style homebrew keg CO2 cartridge things to push the third one at one time. Not a bad beer selection for a daytime on-campus Thursday party at a law school, don't you think?

SwashBuckling Drunk:
What time's that party?  I was just at the HUB and had the black IPA as well as the IPA.  The black was just OK, but I really liked the "conventional" IPA.  Should I bring anything, beside my mug, to the party?

hopper:
You might want to have a few bottles of Duvel available. 

I'm pretty sure it means "lawyer" in Dutch. 

redbeerman:

--- Quote from: hopper on February 25, 2010, 11:34:28 PM ---You might want to have a few bottles of Duvel available. 

I'm pretty sure it means "lawyer" in Dutch. 


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Ha!  I like it! :D

mikeypedersen:

--- Quote from: hopper on February 25, 2010, 11:34:28 PM ---You might want to have a few bottles of Duvel available. 

I'm pretty sure it means "lawyer" in Dutch. 


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Ouch.  Burn.  :P

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