To enter, simply contribute a comment to any post on this blog throughout the month of November and you will be entered into a drawing for the t-shirt. I'll select one name at random at the end of the month. Each accepted and published comment in November will be counted as an entry in the drawing.* It's that simple. Enjoy, and good luck!
*Those of you who have hidden profiles will need to provide contact verification if you win. :-)
I guess I will just enter here!I think that is a pretty cool shirt so I hope to win it! Thanks a bunch!ReplyDelete
Very cool tshirt! I love it :)ReplyDelete
Please enter me. Thank you!!
David - are you a "student" of Darren Rowse (Problogger) by chance? Love the giveaways - great idea for boosting traffic.ReplyDelete
Chipper, I do subscribe to the Problogger feed, but he's WAAY out of my league. :-)ReplyDelete
oooh I hope I win!ReplyDelete
I had a $3 pint of this at the Irish Pol in Philly. Delicious, but I was disappointed that I didn't get the urge to wield a shotgun afterward.ReplyDelete
oooo nice! ralph steadman does great work!ReplyDelete
Might as well enter a comment. First saw this from a tweet by Flying Dog.ReplyDelete
This is probably one of my favorite FD designs and a great tribute to a great but odd man. Thanks Flying Dog!ReplyDelete
Flying Dog PorterReplyDelete
One of my most favorites
Flying Dog is promoting you on twitter - it's how I found you! Great blog!ReplyDelete
Snazzy shirt for a snazzy beer from a snazzy blog!ReplyDelete
Nice blog, I've subscribed!ReplyDelete
Three Drink Minimum
Awesome shirt. I am addicted to imperial porters and stouts. I want it.ReplyDelete
Please enter me, I'd really like to win this cute t-shirt :)ReplyDelete
Count me in.ReplyDelete
i'm baaaaack. ;) consider me entered for today. great blog too.ReplyDelete
The Gonzo may be Flying Dog's best beer. If only I knew a place that had it on tap in the Philly area...ReplyDelete
Do these t-shirts come in different sizes? :DReplyDelete
I'm half tortured that I can't get Flying Dog beers since I moved to Germany, but a t-shirt would do nicely. I could try to explain to the German beer drinkers what Snake Dog IPA or Dogtoberfest is, but I'd rather drink one...
Great idea, and a great donation from the Flying Dog crew! I'm upset that this site wasn't on my radar before Flying Dog's Twitter feed sent me here... but it will be now!ReplyDelete
Exciting stuff. Nothing like a gonzoesque flying dog shirt to really celebrate beer.ReplyDelete
Keep Musing! It’s infusing!
As I was reading your descriptions, I was reminded that I tasted several beers last July at your suggestion. Sorry for the late feedback but here goes:
Bear Republic Racer 5 IPA-
Nice amber color, excellent balance, good bitter aftertaste (nice use of bittering hops), pleasant hops essence but not quite citrusy enough for my taste.
Too sweet with unpleasant aftertaste (similar to Quaking Aspen)
Firestone Pale Ale-
Complex and well balanced, very fine, very smooth, not quite hoppy enough for me but very pleasant
Very fine! Well balanced w/ good bitterness, not quite enough citrus
Always happy to hear I've inspired someone to try a new beer, or 4.
Like those hop bombs do ya? :-)