Discussion in 'SOXual Healing' started by skottyj, Jan 17, 2017.
Didn't he already have a joint in Berwyn? Or did that go under like all his other businesses?
Looks like the exact same location as Big Hurt Brewpub or whatever it was called.
That's what happened.
New place is already raking in the rave reviews!
That guy sounds like a dope, to be fair.
“So loud I couldn’t drink”
still probably shitty
I look forward to trying the "spinach hair dip" and beverages containing "Suger" while Berwyn tax payers are "citing" my bill.
Web page makes it look halfway decent.
Maybe I'll give it a try if I'm ever overby the shithole that is Berwyn.
Grumpy Old Man
Berwyn's not a shithole, per se (that award goes to Cicero), but there ain't a fuck of a lot going on there.
I like the billboards around the city.
Berwyn: Not Just a Suburb.
"That 3 Blocks of Roosevelt We Got Are Bangin'!"
I went to the old place; wasn't bad. Burger was ok nothing special. New place has Bud and Bud Light pints for three bucks all day. I approve of that message.
Windsor has cool shit going on too, 26th too
berwyn is a solid joint
Beer prices make no real sense:
Bud Light $3/$5/$14
Coors Light $4/$5/$14
Miller Lite $3/$5/$14
Do Coors Light and Budweiser really need to be $1 higher for pints?
And are the 22oz PBRs really that shitty yo be $1 less?
Consistent this shit.
Is the third price for buckets or pitchers?
How many ounces in a pitcher?
60 I believe, which makes the pitchers an even shittier deal.
fuck you frank
$5 for 22 oz. = 22.72 cents/ounce
$14 for 60 oz. = 23.33 cents/ounce
The bigger you go, price/oz. is supposed to go down, not up.
That $4 22oz PBR
Who cares? Both beers suck.
A metric shitton of Chicago area bars charge less for PBR. Surely you've seen that before. I know Cheeses has.
Yes, but the pitchers of PBR are the same price as the pitchers of Bud.
The beer pricing makes no sense at all.
Who gives a fuck? Stupid thing to nitpick.
PBR for life.
It's like they just pulled out numbers and said yeah this makes sense, let's do this. As opposed to anything logical.
Shitty pricing means shitty people running the joint, which means they probably did shitty stuff in other places.
It's operated by the Buona Beef people.
As I said, shitty people.
is it actual concerts or sox games that look like one?? (i'm confused)
The water mark at the bottom. Pathetic. It was a joke when they started using that slogan ten years ago; even more so now.
Also, did they not edit this at all? To you, the music fan...
Actual concerts I believe. This leads me to believe either they want to host more concerts at Guaranteed RF or they believe this tax increase will lead to another increase for sporting events. Either way these amusement taxes are stupid. Fuck the Daleys and Rahm.
Too chickenshit to call out Rahm by name?
Bitch what is an actual concert ..
Given the Sox have had one fucking concert in the past 14 years, unless you count Joel Olsteen, the fuck is the point of this letter?
They should have more concerts. An infinitely better concert venue than Wrigley... as long as you don't get SHOT afterwards
Rumour mill has it that the Sox are getting rid of the 27 game plans. Will go to 10/20/40/81 plans. This really screws me cause the 27 was perfect; every weekend game and a Cubs game was perfect. Fuckholes.
Sounds like a dumb idea
My buddy just sent me this; don't know where he got it from:
20 game plan will give me a ticket to one game per ALDS/ALCS/WS? 3 for the ALDS, actually.
Rays, M's, Cards, Pirates, O's twice
yeah, wtf are these "rival" games? And apparently the SOX don't have rivals on Tuesdays.
Calendar is confusing af -- looks like the color codes are to show what games come in what 20-game packages, but...Cleveland is a Rival twice on one homestand and Weekday once? If they're a "Rival" then shouldn't all their games be priced as such?
edit: nm, Weekday must just mean a...day game.