Mr. Bottle

Broiled Steelhead Trout Basted with Beer

1 Steelhead trout fillets
1 onions
1 bacon chips
1 assorted veggies
1 samuel adams cream stout
1 beer

TEA.... no thanks, I'm drinking beer...
Give us this day our foamy head, and forgive us our spillages
Ray.... the guy that sells me beer....
1 ginger
1 sea salt/pepper
juice of four limes
mushroom sauce with diced celery
fine carrots
more dill

Begin your process by shotgunning a beer.
In central London stood the Meux and Company Brewery.  It housed several twenty foot high vats. Each vat had
For thine is the beer, the bitter, and the lager, forever and ever. Barmen.
That will bring us back to... (looks into an empty glass) D'OH!
beneath rubble cried out for help. When the drinkers came to their senses they set out
Then open another and fillet the Ironhead Lay slabs onto broiling pan. Cover with onions, and have another beer. Dice with bacon chips, have another beer. Lace with assorted Veggies, have another beer. Baste with Samuel Adams Cream Stout Beer (Nothing else will do), have (yes!) another beer. Sprinkle with Dill, a touch of Ginger, Sea Salt/Pepper. Douse yourself with a beer, then take another internally. When halfway done, pause for a beer, then squeeze four full limes onto fish. Continue to broil. Also continue to drink.

That will bring us back to... (looks into an empty glass) D'OH!
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area where whole families lived in single rooms, cellars or attics. A small sea of beer crashed into nearby houses, flooded
several weeks to pump out the ale and several months for the smell to leave
When done to a golden brown, pour on mushroom sauce with diced celery, fine carrots, and seasonings that include more dill. Serve with choice of beer.

on by the crowd in their rush to get free beer. People who waded knee-deep in beer
And lead us not to incarceration, but deliver us from hangover.
in all directions, breaking open other bats. The pressure of thousands of barrels of ale smashed through a twenty-five foot