What is your favorite place to sip a cold frothy beer?
Scott Renshaw: What’s that place where I can always hear the conversation and the price is really reasonable? Oh yeah, my living room.
Joseph Childs: Sitting in a lawn chair overlooking a large lake in the afternoon while getting rubbed down with tanning lotion.
Kolbie Stonehocker: Barefoot on the back porch while watching a summer thunderstorm roll in.
Jeff Reese: I would have to say it’s a four-way tie between Squatters, The Bohemian, the city events and my back porch ...
Rachel Scott: I love the selection at the Bayou. Can you say 328 beers of fun?!
Eric S. Peterson: Historically, I enjoyed my best cold brews at the National Press Club in D.C. and drinking Tiger Beer at a hostel in Singapore. Locally, I get my beer hydration from frosty goblets of Cutthroat at the Twilite Lounge.
Rachel Piper: At the office, after finishing up a big special edition. I’m drunk right now!
James Canterbury: Murphy’s.
Erik Daenitz: Anywhere north of 2100 South and only if the hops in said beer were organically grown.
Margaux Lode: Piper Down, or The Garage, or maybe Lucky 13.
Jerre Wroble: I’m thinking Pat’s Barbecue, while a blues band wails onstage, and ribs magically appear on a plate before me.
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