Saturday Night TONMOCON

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We will be meeting on the third floor of the Keating Marine Education Center. Google maps can point you in the right direction:

http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=...82.579006&spn=0.001539,0.002596&t=h&z=19&om=1

On satellite view, you will see the L-shaped dock. Keating is the large gray building adjoining that. ~12 parking spaces available under the building. Much more available just across the street in the shell parking lot. Many more spaces just down the street in front of the aquarium entrance.

I will be posting directional signs outside the building. Look for the TONMO tentacles. Feel free to contact me.

The Sarasota Brewing Company is about 11 miles from Mote.
 

tonmo

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Hey everybody -- Salty Dog it is (reservations made) -- 5:30pm, Saturday night the 23rd. Across from Mote. There is plenty of room on the porch. Be there or be a box jellyfish.
 

Steve O'Shea

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I remember a drink I once had whilst over last, Mississipi Mud, or some such name. Anyone had this before? I'm anxious to partake in a few of those again (I saved the bottle - tiz somewhere at home).
 

tonmo

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I'm in! I had this in "shot" form in college; not sure it's the same thing, but I'm willing to try...
 

cthulhu77

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:mad: bloody hell :mad:

Ah well, I'll be toasting you all from this side of the continent, and looking forward to tales of O'Shea ! :cheers:
 

DWhatley

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huum,
I have had JAX beer in New Orleans that I swear was made from Mississippi river water and it was the ONLY beer I have ever had that I could NOT finish. Mississippi mud sounds ominous but I'm game.
 

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I've had Mississippi Mud in the bottle (well, it was more like a jug) and I didn't find it to be anything special in terms of taste. As I recall, it was sort of a mild stout, but it came in a jug with no widget, so there was no head on it.

The name didn't faze me. I once lost a bet and had to drink a bottle of fleabath runoff called "Old Scratch":

http://www.flyingdogales.com/beer-old-scratch.asp

Makes Old English seems tasty.
 

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