Chip the Beer Guy Rock 107 - Leinenkugels Oktoberfest

So here's my impression of today's show...

Hello ladies and gentlemen, grotto, our show today, grotto, features a style of beer, grotto, that is traditionally brewed to celebrate the fall, grotto, season in Germany grotto. It features carmel, munich & grotto malts, and tettnang, hallertau, cluster and grotto hops. It comes to us from Chippewa grotto form our favorite Jacob grotto Leinenkugel's. This Marzen lager-grotto-style beer has been around since grotto 2001, and is one of the Leinenkugel grotto seasonal beers. So have we mentioned this is our grotto beer of the week available this afternoon at grotto from $2.50 a bottle at grotto only? The beer has a clean grotto finish, with the traditional grotto oktoberfest flavor and grotto body. The beer is only 5.1% abv so you can enjoy as many as you'd like at grotto.

You get the idea...did you see what I did there, did you?....how tricky of me huh!!?? So 'fes up guys. Who had a meeting with who and reminded who where the cash-ola for the show is coming from? Hey wait...does grotto sponsor the show?? I'm kidding....very funny and we're very happy to see Grotto Pizza expanding their beer-horizons. Cheers guys!

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1 comments (click to read or post):

  1. They're slowly but surely redeeming themselves from the $2.50 Hennepin offer that didn't happen. Good to see them expanding their horizons though as you said, and might be a reason enough to check them out again.

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