New Hummer Product!

New Hummer Product!

Joined: June 17th, 2006, 9:57 pm

July 4th, 2006, 1:30 am #1

<h3>Sweetwater Hummer Pale Ale!</H3>
Today at the supermarket I discoved a local vendor with a truly unique product...



Naturally this raises several very serious questions


I. Is this for feeding hummingbirds?
[*] - Is it ok to add red dye?
[*] - How do you keep it cold, and maintain the head in the feeder?
[*] - How do you card a hummingbird?


II. Is it made from fermented hummingbirds?
[*] - What about the migratory species laws?
[*] - Who lobbied who?
[*] - How much money changed hands?
[*] - How many cats do they own?


More info about this product: RateBeer.com Review
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Joined: November 6th, 2005, 5:05 am

July 4th, 2006, 5:12 am #2

Oh, great. If you think hummingbirds are mean when they're sober...

Sheri Wiliamson
Bisbee, Arizona
USDA Zone 8b, Sunset Zone 10
www.fieldguidetohummingbirds.com
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Joined: June 16th, 2006, 1:28 am

July 4th, 2006, 2:36 pm #3

<h3>Sweetwater Hummer Pale Ale!</H3>
Today at the supermarket I discoved a local vendor with a truly unique product...



Naturally this raises several very serious questions


I. Is this for feeding hummingbirds?
[*] - Is it ok to add red dye?
[*] - How do you keep it cold, and maintain the head in the feeder?
[*] - How do you card a hummingbird?


II. Is it made from fermented hummingbirds?
[*] - What about the migratory species laws?
[*] - Who lobbied who?
[*] - How much money changed hands?
[*] - How many cats do they own?


More info about this product: RateBeer.com Review
Relax. It's not made from the whole hummer, just the part left in your hand after banding. It takes the brewery an entire year to accumulate enough for one bottle (longer, if only free-range hummers are used).

http://www.hummingbirds.net/
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Joined: September 26th, 2005, 12:32 am

July 4th, 2006, 6:09 pm #4

<h3>Sweetwater Hummer Pale Ale!</H3>
Today at the supermarket I discoved a local vendor with a truly unique product...



Naturally this raises several very serious questions


I. Is this for feeding hummingbirds?
[*] - Is it ok to add red dye?
[*] - How do you keep it cold, and maintain the head in the feeder?
[*] - How do you card a hummingbird?


II. Is it made from fermented hummingbirds?
[*] - What about the migratory species laws?
[*] - Who lobbied who?
[*] - How much money changed hands?
[*] - How many cats do they own?


More info about this product: RateBeer.com Review
betcha get a real "buzz" from the product..


hee... hi.... ho ....humm.....ingbird

( that should be some fuel for a limerick or two )

alice

ps:
i wonder if there is any humm rum available.?
we just keep seeing ads for this queer beer.
if it were made of fish, there could be a product called FIN GIN
or, if it were moonshine, it could be "illisky whisky
i guess if fish were used in the product of this forum topic, it could be trout stout
if you had to mush the grains with your feet , it could be called "trodka vodka

come on..help me folks..

ho humm..
alice
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