Sensing that the Knights have been getting a little too philosophical lately, I decided to go for a night of good beer, good friends, good rock n roll, and good fun! An often overlooked little gem by us on the "East side of town", West Franklin Street offers everything a good German and a good Knight of Moleskine, Spirit and Ale enjoys in life; good beer, good food, good music, and big breasted barmaids! Anyway, Sir Hook and Sir Richard the Lionheart of Beavercreek started at the Gerst House for a couple of pints of Weltenburger Kloster Dungel, which has been brewed by the same monastery in Germany since 1050. In the words of Sir Dayvd of Oxfordshire, "since that is before 1776, that's very old!" Heck, that's before my 15x Great Grandfather had a twinkle in his eye for our generations to come as he rode into town with his buddy William the Conqueror. Needless to say, great beer, and it set the mood to walk across the street to Club Royale to pay a visit to my friend and music-partner, Jeff Ennis and his band Static. Involuntary muscle movements, general shredding of the head, and an overall feel of being at least 25 years younger took over our stoic KMSA nature. Just what the doctor ordered! Often this Knight remembers to think, and even to drink, but sometimes it just feels good to be merry all by itself!
Sir Hook of Warrick