2016 Great Pacific Northwest IMCT Meetup

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Re: 2016 Great Pacific Northwest IMCT Meetup

Post by tepista » 14 Apr 2017, 4:56pm

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Re: 2016 Great Pacific Northwest IMCT Meetup

Post by matedog » 14 Apr 2017, 6:21pm

revbob wrote:
14 Apr 2017, 4:44pm
BostonBeaneater wrote:
14 Apr 2017, 1:57pm
revbob wrote:
14 Apr 2017, 12:34am

I had the honor of dining and drinking Ethiopian beer with Spiff this evening. This makes 3 meets, Flex, Beaneater and now Spiff.

Tell me more about Ethiopian beer.
Well I've had better and I've had worse. I was initially intrigued by an Ethiopian stout that was on the menu but they were out of that. The owner of the restaurant gave me a bottle of the 3 types of beer they did have. My eyesight is starting to go south so I couldn't read the labels very well nor recall their names. One seemed like a wheat beer light and a bit cloudy looking. Somewhat spicy sweet. The other two would fall under the generic mass produced lager/pilsner variety.

The food was good and the company was excellent, it has already been noted by several board members that Spiff is a cool dude.

That's 3 board meets for me now; Flex , BBE and now Spiff.
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Re: 2016 Great Pacific Northwest IMCT Meetup

Post by revbob » 14 Apr 2017, 7:27pm

matedog wrote:
14 Apr 2017, 6:21pm
revbob wrote:
14 Apr 2017, 4:44pm
BostonBeaneater wrote:
14 Apr 2017, 1:57pm
revbob wrote:
14 Apr 2017, 12:34am

I had the honor of dining and drinking Ethiopian beer with Spiff this evening. This makes 3 meets, Flex, Beaneater and now Spiff.

Tell me more about Ethiopian beer.
Well I've had better and I've had worse. I was initially intrigued by an Ethiopian stout that was on the menu but they were out of that. The owner of the restaurant gave me a bottle of the 3 types of beer they did have. My eyesight is starting to go south so I couldn't read the labels very well nor recall their names. One seemed like a wheat beer light and a bit cloudy looking. Somewhat spicy sweet. The other two would fall under the generic mass produced lager/pilsner variety.

The food was good and the company was excellent, it has already been noted by several board members that Spiff is a cool dude.

That's 3 board meets for me now; Flex , BBE and now Spiff.
Still heading west?
I'm hoping to but no firm dates yet.

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Re: 2016 Great Pacific Northwest IMCT Meetup

Post by JennyB » 16 Apr 2017, 12:16am

matedog wrote:
14 Apr 2017, 6:21pm
revbob wrote:
14 Apr 2017, 4:44pm
BostonBeaneater wrote:
14 Apr 2017, 1:57pm
revbob wrote:
14 Apr 2017, 12:34am

I had the honor of dining and drinking Ethiopian beer with Spiff this evening. This makes 3 meets, Flex, Beaneater and now Spiff.

Tell me more about Ethiopian beer.
Well I've had better and I've had worse. I was initially intrigued by an Ethiopian stout that was on the menu but they were out of that. The owner of the restaurant gave me a bottle of the 3 types of beer they did have. My eyesight is starting to go south so I couldn't read the labels very well nor recall their names. One seemed like a wheat beer light and a bit cloudy looking. Somewhat spicy sweet. The other two would fall under the generic mass produced lager/pilsner variety.

The food was good and the company was excellent, it has already been noted by several board members that Spiff is a cool dude.

That's 3 board meets for me now; Flex , BBE and now Spiff.
Still heading west?
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Re: 2016 Great Pacific Northwest IMCT Meetup

Post by Heston » 16 Apr 2017, 5:00am

Cool pic, Rev and Spiff.
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Re: 2016 Great Pacific Northwest IMCT Meetup

Post by Silent Majority » 16 Apr 2017, 6:31am

Nice one, guys.
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Re: 2016 Great Pacific Northwest IMCT Meetup

Post by revbob » 16 Apr 2017, 8:53pm

Yeah cool meetup with Spiff, I propose that the name of the thread be charged to something more generic as in get rid of the Pacific Northwest part so it can be just a regular meetup thread.

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Re: 2016 Great Pacific Northwest IMCT Meetup

Post by JennyB » 17 Apr 2017, 10:00am

Very cool!
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