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good things 4 erie

Erie has recently gotten some positive buzz. please take note:

- Waldameer's premiere/only roller coaster, the Ravine Flyer, won some kind of national accolade from the best paper that has ever existed in the history of declining journalism, USA Today. claps for Waldameer! I rode the thing last year- let me reenact for you how that went- JON, JON, WHAT THE FUCK, WHY AM I ON THIS THING, Brittany calm down and look at the water look there's Lake Erie, WHAT THE FUCKKKKKK

- And I guess the Erie Brewing Company's PREMIERE beer, Railbender, won an accolade itself at a big beer festival out west in 2009. I know I am late on reporting this, but I steal my news from the Erie Times, which has made clear never wants me working for them. somehow, I think I'm okay with that.

I have to tell you, beerdrinkers of the world, I've been experimenting with the Erie Brewing Company for the past month because I figure I need to expand my tastes past lite beers and Guinness. it's not bad, but it's not amazing. like- there's something about the taste it leaves in my mouth afterwards (like a Katy Perry song....KATY, MY LADY....ugh) that just doesn't make me so keen on it. but Railbender is not a bad beer. if you ever have the inspiration or the means, go try it. I think they serve it as far away as OREGON.

nonetheless, it's nice to have Erie things get some nice attention.

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  1. Railbender is sooooo bad, it tastes like it was bottled at Mallory Lake.

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  2. dude! Mad Anthony's Ale SO MUCH WORSE

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