You gotta love Canadians. A pair of movie theaters in the Toronto area now allow beer and wine sales in the theater. But fear not, some drunkard is not going to be pouring beer on a 6-year-old at the 10:30 a.m. showing of “Madagascar 2.” Much like the Warren Theatre in Moore, beer can only be purchased and consumed by adults in a separate screening area. The Thirsty Beagle thinks this is a nice development. And the best thing about the Toronto theater sales: A $4 glass of beer costs less than the popcorn at the concession stands.
BEER CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES UPDATE: Voting is underway today and will continue through Wednesday in the BCS. See the post below for the specifics and to cast your vote. Just a reminder: Standing up for the state of Oklahoma is Krebs-based Choc 1919, which is trying to fend off a charge from Flying Dog Tire Bite out of Maryland.
Coming up in Tuesday’s blog: A Choc brewer makes a case for his beer.