A man, his tools, and one of the finest American Pale Ales available today - that's how to spend a Sunday. As the sunlight gently warmed Western Elgin to a balmy 5 degrees, I toiled away in the cabin.
I removed cabinets. I pulled-up tile. I stopped frequently to enjoy the Cascade and Centennial hops of my Red Chair. I basically just did some grunt work to clear room for professionals to do the hard stuff.
My reward for my efforts? That lovely unopened bottle of Deth's Tar was all mine to drink that evening, IF I finished all of my projects. Sadly, one cabinet remained intact and that bottle of bourbon barrel-aged goodness remains unopened in my basement.
The Deth's Tar lives to age another few months and Plank Road Tap Room moves on to it's next chapter...building and the various permits that go along with it.
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