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"The True Story of How The Buttermilk Pancakes Fell in Love With Pork Slap:
It was a Thursday night, just like every Thursday night for the past 10 months. We were playing a show at one of Bayside Queens several awesome bars. This night was special however. This night would change everything.
Between sets of warm buttery music, we wondered into one of the newer bars on the block to check it out and maybe enjoy a shot of courrage before beginning our next set of hot succulent rock. The bartender says "you guys gotta check the new beer out. Its great and its only $2.00" Little did we know that this beer was about to change the whole game.
The name made us laugh, the can made us laugh, and the taste made us do that "aaaah" thing that you see actors do in Pepsi commercials after their first sip of said product. Not only was this beer $2.00 but it tasted like the $6.00 beers that were on tap. It was the perfect marrage of taste and affordability. Right at that moment we knew two things, 1)We loved this beer, and 2)we wanted more.
Since that fatefull evening, Pork Slap has become the official beverage of The Buttermilk Pancakes. Before, during, and after each Buttermilk Pancakes show we run across the street to enjoy a round of our new favorite beer. We like to call it "Slappy Hour" You may too.
You may call it luck, finding your new favorate beer in local pub you've never been to before. We agree. Luck did play a huge roll in that discovery, but what happened last night...was pure fate.
Thursday night gig, between sets, the whole gang runs across the street to "get slapped," The bartender informs us that they are out of the hevenly nectar. We promptly leave, and return to the gig. One hour later the Manager from the bar across the street come in to tell us that by chance, he just got a Pork Slap delivery, and he'd be sure to throw some on ice for us after the show.
After the show we pack up out shit and head back across the street for a seccond attempt to quench our Slaperific thirst. Not only was the Pork Slap there, it was cold and delicious. The Iceing on the cake is that the man who delivered the Pork Slap earilier that fatefull evening was none other than Chuck Williamson, Owner/Brewmaster of Butternuts Beer and Ale. We found him in the back patio enjoying the fruits of his labor with his wife Ann. We promptly introduced ourselves as loyal customers and firm beleivers of his their product. The rest of the night is a hazy mish mosh of shotgunning Pork Slap (Pork Slam) and great conversation with two people Weve been waiting a long time to meet. Chuck and Ann gave us a great memory and a bunch of Koozies. We hope to see them tonight at the LI beer festival.
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