Friday, August 27, 2010

The Great Fair Beer Debate

The new and relaxed rules at the 2010 North Idaho Fair regarding where beer can be consumed by those in the 21-over crowd has generated much debate. After the Friends of the Fair dinner on Thursday night I spent a few hours strolling around the fairgrounds. Note the dust-filled sky created by high winds. I ran into my friends, Tom Messina and Robert Cliff, who were enjoying a beer with their German sausages. I saw a few more people with beer in hand during the evening and they, too, were consuming food at the time. As I mentioned on the air on KVNI this morning, hopefully people will reserve judgement on the impact of the new rules until this year's fair is in the books.

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