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timmyr:
This is probably a dumb question but what is the typical attire for day/night events at NHC?  First-timer here and I ASSUMED it was fairly varied, but wondered if there was a norm for any portion or any of the events?

Thnx....

Cheers,

Timmy

dbeechum:
I think you'll find as with most things homebrewing - it is a relaxed crowd. Given the traditional online jokes I'm just happy no one does the whole "no pants" option.

The most people dress up for is the Banquet unless you're me. :)

gail:

--- Quote from: dbeechum on April 08, 2010, 03:33:40 PM ---I think you'll find as with most things homebrewing - it is a relaxed crowd. Given the traditional online jokes I'm just happy no one does the whole "no pants" option.

The most people dress up for is the Banquet unless you're me. :)

--- End quote ---

And even at the Banquet, I'd say the dress seems to be something like "business casual" for most of the guys, not too dressy IMO, but the Banquet is the most dressed up anyone gets.  Pretty much anything goes, especially at Club Night.
See you there.
Gail

timmyr:

--- Quote from: dbeechum on April 08, 2010, 03:33:40 PM ---I think you'll find as with most things homebrewing - it is a relaxed crowd. Given the traditional online jokes I'm just happy no one does the whole "no pants" option.

The most people dress up for is the Banquet unless you're me. :)

--- End quote ---

Thnx Drew....that's about what I figured, but felt the need to ask.  Congrats on your reelection and as a member of the The BN Army Air Corps I am surprised nobody has exercised the "no pants" option.  As a long-time homebrewer and member, I am really looking forward to the event. 

Cheers,

Timmy

dbeechum:
No but in true BN fashion last year a couple of guys wandered the halls in nutters. *shudder*

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