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Why you should always have a cold one around..

You just never know who might show up for a nice pint of ale.

Might I suggest a Trafalgar India Pale Ale or Waterloo bottle conditioned ale from Freeminer Brewery in the United Kingdom.

Very old world style of ales, all I can say is "long live the Brits"

Both ales are imported by the Rogue Brewery in Newport, Oregon.

I only bring out the best for Squirrel and any other furry rodent that should stop by.

WickedHamster...I know it's hot out since we all wear fur coats, but I have the badminton net up and ales on ice ready for that little get together in the backyard. Throw some shavings down on the deck and sleep under the stars. We can get Mr. and Mrs. Squirrel to come on down and fire up the pit for some Hobo dinners and we are set. On the s'mores thing, dark chocolate or milk chocolate?


Kelsgarden said…
this is so wrong

I need more traps apparently . . .

dark chocolate in the trap you say . . .
Anonymous said…
Blogging after a couple of ales I see!
Dark chocolate . . .

Anonymous said…
Yep, dark. People have been laying traps for me for years - unsuccessfully. You have to get up pretty late in the afternoon to pull something over the mighty hamsterbrain!
Anonymous said…
Ale good...(Burp) Smores good too... (Burp) Do you have any Dark with Hazelnuts? Or some Rogue Nut Brown?

I'm a Squirrel and I'm nuts...
Woodchuck said…
Dark chocolate...check

Rogue Hazelnut brown necter..check

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