COMFIRMED: 1st Camp and Brew representative (TommyD.) will visit
Wed, May 12th - Coke Lot Site survey, T-Loin sampling, initial track and car
inspections will be completed.
Phase twocommences Pole Day weekend when Glenn arrives via commercial
air from Denver - His time is limited and autographs will NOT be available from
him - His tasks include beer tasting, Gasoline Alley and Team Liaison
As usual, Jimmy D. (slacker) will not come to the Midwest until May 23rd
Newest Member Scott is compiling his schedule and lists of tasks; He should be
reporting in soon!
May 14--A second RV has been acquired for this year's festivities!
Many of the visitors from last year will remember the spectacular
smoked meat that our friends at
Chez Bubba cooked
up on Saturday evening. We are extremely pleased to announce that Chez
Bubba's fine smoked meats will again be served at or near the C&B
compound!! In appreciation for their fine food, they will be requesting a
small donation to benefit
Here is the latest picture of the supplies on hand at the Camp and
Brew Depot in Ohio
We're happy to announce our first two corporate sponsors who help
bring you our first souvenir cups!
In other late breaking news, C&B has invested in their own jockey
box to keep the brew cold in 2004! A jockey box basically is a keg
tapping, cooling, and pouring system that we are extremely excited to
use! Click on the pictures on the left to see larger versions of our
We are extremely anxious to break this in with several fresh kegs of
Coors Light this May!
These race fans invite anyone to stop by and hoist a brew with them and talk
about racing or enjoy the sights and sounds of the "festivities" surrounding