I headed out to one of usual hangs on Sunday to watch
the Donkeys get dicked over my daily dose of football, but there were apparently far fewer hangovers from the night before than I had envisioned, because my choice bar was ridiculously, impossibly busy.
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I ended up less than a half mile down the street, where the bar was ridiculously, impossibly empty. In fact, there were exactly three of us hanging our heads, plus a seemingly trustworthy bartender who swore to me that the macaroni and cheese from the menu was "awesome." His words, not mine. Suffice it to say that he lied. But he didn't embellish the strength of the sixteen beers on tap, which include everything from Stone Levitation Ale, Guinness and Avery Karma Ale to Dry Dock and Colorado Kölsch. And on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., all of those beers, with the exception of Guinness, are $2.50 each. There are deals to be had if you know where I'm drinking.