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What's a nice way to tell a local craft bar they need to step up their game?

Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by leedorham, May 21, 2013.

  1. Homer: You just lost yourself a customer!
    Moe: Wha? I'm sorry, Homer I couldn't hear you
    Homer: I said you just lost yourself a customer!
    Moe: Huh?
    Homer: You just lost yourself a customer!
    Moe: Homer you're going to have to speak up!
    Homer: You just lost yourself a customer, Moe!
    Moe: I've forced myself to wha?
    Homer: You just lost yourself a customer!
    Moe: Homer.. I'll talk to you tomorrow!
    Homer: You just lost yourself a customer!
    Moe: Yeah you can use it!
     
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  2. leedorham

    leedorham Champion (845) Washington Apr 27, 2006

    Thirded. Most of the best beers in the Northwest are not bottled or bottled in very limited quantities and many great beers only make it here on tap even if they are distributed in bottles.
     
  3. draheim

    draheim Poobah (1,110) Washington Sep 18, 2010 Verified

    If this place was in Seattle, you'd have to say it like this: "Yeah, um... I've been coming here for like, a really long time, and, um... don't get me wrong, your beer selection is great and I really like the place but, um... well it's just that, well, I think I'll just have a glass of water. Thanks so much."
     
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  4. mychalg9

    mychalg9 Advocate (735) Illinois Apr 8, 2010

    Go back in there and say to the manager "Hey I was thinking about you mentioning that I never come in here anymore, and I think I realized why....". Then you should tell him why (in case that wasn't clear).