April - Going back to late spring, fellow Petty fan Revilo happened upon Miles The Monster from Dover enjoying a double-fister.
Errr, Miles pound Schaefer. Taste not bad.
Where Ring of Honor shirt?
Where Ring of Honor shirt?
Bryan's Race Party hosted appropriately enough by one of our Schaefer Ring of Honor members. On the first night, Philly texted TMC: "First thing seen in Darlington" accompanied by this photo:
SHOFer Rookie invited his cousin to the weekend's race. Not only did he show - but he drove from New By-Cracky Hampshire to race. Annnnd, he brought 3 cases of Schaefer tall boys to boot - something not previously enjoyed by the SHOF or SROH.
Left to Right: Boston's RG3 (SROH), Philly (SHOF), Cuba (SHOF), Rookie (SHOF),
Rev. Randy (SHOF), Cousin Gary (SROH), Paducah (SHOF)
Last fall at Dover, Philly and TMC ended up trading a guy a Schaefer for a Sagres, a Portuguese beer. Coincidentally during the 2012 All Star Race tailgating ceremonies, a Portuguese guy happened by and enjoyed a Schaefer. No question about it - he went directly into the Schaefer Ring of Honor.
Two SHOFers, Philly and Rev. Randy, and Philly's Wonder Wife Lanie took in the Jimmy Buffet concert.
Wasting away in Schaeferitavaille
Searching for my keys and phone again
Some people claim that NASCAR's to blame
All I know's we still ain't hit the Glen
- One, the magnificence of the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
- Two, how many times I've leaned like that in stumbling back to the car after a Charlotte night race.
Admittedly, these opinions are unabashedly biased and have been shaped by two decades of having fun and enjoying the Schaef. But watch and listen to this unsolicited and independent review of Schaefer by Louisiana Beer Reviews on YouTube.
OK, back to it.
As always, the North Carolina Chapter brings it strong each summer. SHOFers Philly, Rookie, and Rev. Randy always enjoy a Schaefer-laden beach trip to the Carolina coast.
The newest member of Rookie's family is his new pup appropriately named - yep, Schaefer.
Newly inducted SHOF member Bruton jumped in the air and clicked his heels when he stumbled upon Schaefer at the Publix in Ormond Beach - just a few clicks away from the Daytona International Speedway.
Core VIS, (contact them for your visual inspection needs in power generation, petrochemical, heavy industry, general manufacturing, and aviation markets to limit downtime, maximize safety, increase productivity and operational time) ... and um, uh, err, ahem, a khaki-covered butt cheek. Nice um timing pal.
Gentlemen! Drink. Your. Schaefer! *vroom, vroom*
(read sound effect with mental image of 850 HP)
Rev. Randy and family also hit Daytona in July for some much needed time away (after all, he'd just been to the beach a month earlier). His timing fell just a bit later than the Coke 400, but he had his choice of seats to enjoy a cold one and soak in the aura of the speedway.
Hot wings and fries - fantastic. Or so we've been told.
tangled in turn 1. Earnhardt hit the wall hard and went for a wild tumble and slide. He was able to extricate himself from the upside down car and hobbled with the assistance of Richmond to the ambulance. But take a close look at the signage on the wall where Earnhardt's car came to rest. Dat's right: Schaefer!
With a bit of advance scouting and cooperative assistance from the area distributor, I was able to pre-arrange a purchase of a Schaefer 30-box from Franklin Beverage. Upon arrival at the airport, I told the third-world cab driver my hotel name - but that a side stop at Franklin Beverage was required. Sure enough, the folks there expected me and had a cold 30-box waiting for me in their chiller.
Folks, if you find yourself in the City of Brotherly Love - the home of the Liberty Bell - the Cradle of Independence - connect with Franklin Beverage before you arrive. They communicate well and will help you schatisfy your Schaefer needs.