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Rare Beer Tuesday and New Arrivals at The Charleston Beer Exchange

Posted in Uncategorized by eyebee on June 30, 2009

A few quick and exciting updates from The Charleston Beer Exchange:

Rare Beer Tuesday Tonight at 5pm (6/30/09)
As we do every Tuesday at 5pm, we'll be tapping an extra special, rare keg at 5pm for growler fills!  Our feature this evening will be the outstanding Ballast Point Victory At Sea Coffee Vanilla Imperial Porter!  This is an incredible beer that won't last long so don't wait!

New Arrivals in Bottles
Stone 13th Anniversary
Rogue Somer Orange Honey Ale
Rogue Captain Sig's Northwestern Ale
Southern Tier Cherry Saison
Southern Tier Cuvee 2
Thomas Creek Up the Creek
Cantillon Classic Geuze 750ml
Val-Dieu Grand Cru
Julius Echter Hefe-Weiss and Hefe-Weiss Dunkel

On the Growler Station Now
Brooklyn Cuvee de Cardoz
COAST 32/50 Kolsch
COAST HopArt IPA
Weyerbacher Double Simcoe IPA
Founders Breakfast Stout
Stone 13th Anniversary
COAST Red Legs Scotch Ale
Southern Tier Cherry Saison

Independance Day Special
Friday July 3rd and Saturday July 4th we will have Stoudts American Pale Ale on the growler station for only $9.50 per fill!  This is the perfect beer to celebrate the 4th of July!

Kegs
Please call anytime for current keg availability.  We keep certain kegs in stock and can get many others with just few days notice.

Please join our friends at d.d. Pecker's Wing Shack for a special "keep the glass" night featuring Stone Levitation Ale on Wednesday, July 1st at 8pm.  More details here: Stone Levitation at d.d. Pecker's.

Join our Facebook Fan Page at The Charleston Beer Exchange and follow us on Twitter for all the latest news from CBX!  

Cheers,

The Charleston Beer Exchange
14 Exchange St.
Charleston, SC 29401
843.577.5446
www.thecharlestonbeerexchange.com

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How To Hold On

Posted in Uncategorized by eyebee on June 25, 2009


How to hold on while the train is in motion



How to hold on while the train is in
motion in order to avoid falling.
 



 


I'm referring to the
older gentleman by the door!!!  
 
But you knew that.




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Moaning

Posted in Uncategorized by eyebee on June 25, 2009

0rgasms were created so that women could moan even when they are happy!

have an orgasmic day!

 

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Picture of a Sex Maniac’s Brain…..

Posted in Uncategorized by eyebee on June 24, 2009

Bitch In The Kitchen

Posted in Uncategorized by eyebee on June 23, 2009

Bitch In The Kitchen

Posted in Uncategorized by eyebee on June 23, 2009

Bitch In The Kitchen

Posted in Uncategorized by eyebee on June 23, 2009

Who Said Romance is Dead?

Posted in Uncategorized by eyebee on June 18, 2009

Virus Alert

Posted in Uncategorized by eyebee on June 17, 2009


 

If your computer does this when copying a file.. 


 

You KNOW it's been infected with some kinda shit

 

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House on the Rock

Posted in Uncategorized by eyebee on June 17, 2009

House on the Rock, some of you shipboard types have probably seen this on

Occasion. In my time in the Newport/Boston area it didn't look this good but,

Times have changed and the restoration is apparent..

 

Clingstone, an unusual, 103-year-old mansion in Rhode Island's

Narragansett Bay, survives through the love and hard work of 

Family and friends.

 

 

Henry Wood, the owner, runs the house like a camp: all skilled workers welcome.

The Jamestown Boatyard hauls the family's boats and floating dock and store

Them each winter in return for aweek's use of the house in the summer.

 

 

Mr.  Wood, a 79-year-old Boston architect, bought the house with his

Ex-wife Joan in 1961 for $3,600.  It had been empty for two decades.

 

 

Clingstone had been built by a distant cousin, J.S.  Lovering Wharton. 

Mr. Whartonworked with an artist, William Trost Richards, to create

A house of picture windows with 23 rooms on three stories radiating

Off a vast central hall.

 

 

The total cost of the construction, which was completed in 1905,

Was $36,982.99

 

 

An early sketch of the house. Mr.Wood is as proud as any parent of his house,

And keeps a fat scrapbook of photographs and newspaper clippings that

Document it's best moments.  Many of the historic photos he has were

Provided by the company that insured the house for its original owners.

 

 

The Newport Bridge is visible from the windows of the Ping-Pong room,

To the left of the fireplace.

 

 

The house is maintained by an ingenious method: the Clingstone work weekend. 

Held every year around Memorial Day, it brings 70 or so friends and Clingstone

Lovers together to tackle jobs like washing all 65 of the windows.  Anne Tait,

Who is married to Mr. Wood's son Dan, refinished the kitchen floor on one of

Her first work weekends

 

 

There are 10 bedrooms at Clingstone, all with indecently beautiful views.

 

 

The dining room table seats 14. Refinishing the chairs is a task

On the list for a future work weekend.

 

 

Sign by the ladder that leads to the roof reads: No entry after three

Drinks or 86 years of age.  "It used to say 80 but we had a guy on a work

Weekend who was 84, so I changed it," said Mr.  Wood, ever the realist. 

It would have been a shame to curtail the activities of a willing volunteer.

 

 

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