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She doesn’t even know what she’s in for.” What exactly she (or, ahem, he) in for? I decided to ask my wife and let her air out her grievances—over a few beers at a craft beer bar I obviously made us go to instead of doing something more culturally enlightening.
Yes, I know it’s a remarkable achievement for a beer geek—who would want to marry one of us? In fact, any time one of my single beer-geek friends starts dating an unsuspecting new woman, all my wife can do is shake her head: “Poor girl.
Why deal with the window-shopping mobs in Soho or Tribeca when we could relax with some local IPAs at Proletariat?
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