Lisa! wrote: powerman wrote:Hi powerman. Hope I didn't come off like a beggar I don't know what I like. I shall seek the help of my Canadian friends... I'll try anything once, but it it's gritty or dark, ah hell, who'm I kidding, I'll drink it. Award winning Great West sound good... I'm not picky... and again, not a beggar... Anything I can bring you?!
Davage, do you remember the day you & Paulie brought me 1)spiked coffee, a 2)Molson (I think) and a 3)other Canadian beer -- I was triple-fisting it, IN MY JAMMIES, when Mr. B & the gang came by to say hello. Only in Camp Howler...
Hi Lisa. Yes, I remember you standing outside in your Jammies with tons of booze on the go. Over the years we have brought Labatts Blue and Molson Canadian. Everyone's favorite seems to be Molson Canadian, likely because it is clearly labeled as being Canadian Beer. I've found that the Labatts beer seems to sit around in the cooler for a while because nobody knows what it is. I've decided that for the next Jam, I will be bringing Molson Canadian only
The funny thing is that we actually buy that beer in Michigan as an import. It is about 1/3rd the price to buy it in Michigan compared to what it sells for in Canada. Last time we crossed the border in Sault Ste Marie Michigan, stopped at the first grocery store and gas station and were able to buy 30 cans of beer for $14.99. 30 Cans in Ontario sells for $48.95 - the exact same
cans in Michigan were only $14.99. That's why I only drink beer when I am at Moondance or when I am in Winnipeg for work, and somebody else is picking up the tab