A TPG Christmas (in DC)

Happy New Year! After a week and a half to recover from Christmas and all sorts NYE antics, we bring to you the DC installment of the Christmas Haul. Above, you can see one of the many ornaments that appeared under/on the tree. Many wonderful people were quite thoughtful and generous this year.

Our next element of decor is the all-mighty sixer. What is it? Where is from? Who knows and who cares! It’s IMPORTED! Beautiful.



Next, the Pilsner. Be it a 16oz or 22oz, it’s all good.



Let’s go international, the home of beer, Germany


The final piece, and the one that allows all others to exist…..The Keg



Moving along……

From the far off land of Niagra Falls, NY, we have the excellent (because it has the proper logo) Buffalo Sabres jersey beer coozy


This? This gift wasn’t an empty bottle, it was a full bottle of St. Peter’s Organic English Ale. A truly great bitter.

And the pièce de résistance……..The Half Yard

I want to use this, but I’m afraid to break it. It’s magnificent.


And there you have it, the TPG In DC Christmas Haul. Thank you to all who made this possible. Amazing stuff from great people.


4 Responses

  1. Wow, you obviously have some awesome friends!!

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  3. I had one of those half yards that I stole from the now defunct Tiber Pass on Capital Hill.I think it got lost in my last move… So sad.

  4. Whoever got you that half yard must be AWESOME….

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