Class and OUSSG day completed

2006-05-31

in Daily updates, Oxford

Green Beer

After the Stategic Studies Group meeting tonight, I learned that something can be both ‘green’ and ‘beer.’ Nobody denies that the Turf has exposed people to new experiences. Tomorrow morning, it’s back to the mechanical paper-writing process.

There are a number of people with whom I really miss speaking: whether by letter, email, instant message, or face to face.

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Anonymous May 31, 2006 at 1:12 am

I am willing to bet that the green beer in question is Stonehenge Sign of Spring.

Not the best beer, but a bit funny.

Milan May 31, 2006 at 1:21 am

@Anonymous

That is indeed the name of the beer. Aside from the unusual colour, it doesn’t have much to commend it.

Jessica June 1, 2006 at 11:17 am

You can get green beer here in the States too. Of course, you have to wait until St. Patrick’s Day, and then it’ll be some crap like Budweiser with green food coloring added.

B June 1, 2006 at 2:03 pm

“Why don’t you tell me about the sunsets in Sweden
And the laws of Eden
And how you were the rock of Gibraltar
And how they called you foxy? (foxy)
Well that’s another whole box of Pandora’s
That’s another whole box of them ties

Slide your foot off the gas before we crash
Right back into the median”

-Jason Mraz

Milan June 1, 2006 at 2:22 pm

Jessica,

It’s entirely likely that this beer was something akin to what you describe. It was better than American Budweiser (never to be confused with the Czech kind), but not enormously so.

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