18 February 2011

The Beer Cow: Mythical Beast?


11 comments:

Fr. Andrew said...

No meatless Friday tag?

thetimman said...

So tagged.

Anonymous said...

And that ain't no bull, neither!

--William

Mother Crab said...

I was going to put that photo up when I was blogging about my beer cow but I thought it would be infradig. Glad to see you didn't.

thetimman said...

I have no dig.

Anonymous said...

Even that cow pours beer better than JJR!!

PMKD

Kansas Catholic said...

What's so funny? These wonderful cows eat only grass clipping and potato peels and do their work with happiness all year long. Of course, it is too bad they must be milked in the a.m., long before the libation is properly taken. We have two such cows: Miller and her smaller twin, Miller Lite.

: )

Mother Crab said...

Kansas Catholic, I don't know that it is necessarily IMproper to partake of libations in the a.m. I'm just saying...

I also have a malt liquor cow for a certain friend of mine who goes by the Trad Gang name of "Trip A." I named that cow "Mickeys" and she has a sister named "Colt 45"

Strange times they are a-brewin'.

Sharon said...

Kansas Catholic,

I'm not a beer drinker, but wouldn't it be better to let the beer chill first before imbibing?

thetimman said...

English beer cows are milked at room temperature.

Anonymous said...

For those of you who question the early libation prudence...one only need to say that "it's noon somewhere."

PMKD

PS: Time for a Chartreuse