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Saturday, 10 July 2010



It must be an Asia thing. I had beer when I was 5ish


LOL Tammy! That explains a lot! he-he-he-he.... just kidding.


I agree with Tammy! My dad didn't seem too out of sorts when my brother and I tried a can of his beer when we were in elementary school. At the time I absolutely hated the flavor, but now that I can legally guzzle the beverage, I must say I LOVE it...ha.


That is cool! I better tell Satoshi about this, he'll want to go check it out!


lol great pics, esp. the ones at the end...did you stay to watch till they finished their whole cup? haha.

and is it pronounced "sing sahow?"


Hi Linda - The first beer I ever tasted was Primo.... and man was it terrible!

Hi Kat - I think you'll love QingDao.

Hu Sawyer - We really didn't stick around to see if she finished. She did make it through at least half the glass. It's pronounced "Ching - Dao".


you.. did NOT.....visit.. the ACTUAL...Tsingtao brewery....


yes..... we DID Chris! ;o) LOL....


If you like should try this new place Sessions Public in Pt. Loma on Catalina at Voltaire (used to be Little Italy Pizza). They have 16 beers on tap...lotsa Belgian beers and good food too!!!


I always love food tourism! I can't get over those kids enjoying the brewskis...


Hi Hulacook - Thanks for the rec.

Hi FH - I was quite amused at the sight of the two girls having a cold one.


Great post. QuingDao is one of the very few beers I enjoy. Great picture of the 2 girls with their beers


Hi Stephen - Thanks so much! BTW, Tsingtao in QingDao is much lighter than what we get here in the states.

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