This is an interesting scenario (the hazelnut one)… but in that case, should the customer still expect a surcharge?
Apparently the peanuts are the ticket to eternal candy corn salvation! https://thetakeout.com/candy-corn-peanuts-combo-halloween-1829810471
Wow. How aerodynamic is lunchroom Salisbury steak, by the way?
Lagunitas, brewers of a beer called Born Yesterday, would weep at this.
This makes me so sad for consumers. Retailer/distributor indifference is a plague.
This is a fantastic analogy. All of the stars for you.
How did I miss this? All apologies to Mr. Caesar. I’ve updated the story.
This is poetic and gross and fascinating. Thank you.
YES. I make that Smitten Kitchen cake, too, and agree that divine is a proper word for it.
Fish biologists would say rotenone is safe for its intended use as a piscicide. No one eats rotenone, I hope.
I want to go! I’m so overdue for an East Coast beer trip.
Craft maltsters are small but definitely out there. On a trip to Alberta, I visited Red Shed malt and Rahr on the same day... talk about slight differences in scale.
Yeah one of the trickiest things about reading this question is knowing how much else was said/not said, or asked/not asked. Did the customer really just say “bourbon” and the bartender was like “I GOT YOU,” end of conversation?
I, just... thank you. Thank you for this.
You’re teaching those kids all wrong (about cookies, at least).
You really find this shirt problematic? I don’t think any person would read this shirt and be like ‘Welp, I guess general social decency and standards of conduct don’t exist.’
NJ is so densely packed with malls, there has to still be one somewhere nearby.
This thread is making my day. Thank you, each and every one of you.
I ignore it most of the weekend, but it’s almost like a work requirement for reporters. It’s where I find a lot of beer news, honestly, before it even gets published somewhere.