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UER Forum > Archived US: South > Falstaff Brewery, Galveston (Part 2!) (Viewed 652 times)
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Falstaff Brewery, Galveston (Part 2!)
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Re: Falstaff Brewery, Galveston (Part 2!)
<Reply # 1 on 1/24/2011 3:02 PM >
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That place looked moist!
#35 - Did you expect to find a boat?
What the hell happened to the third gauge in #40?
You have the makings of a "lonely charcoal grill" thread in #50.

Pedobear... lol!

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Re: Falstaff Brewery, Galveston (Part 2!)
<Reply # 2 on 1/24/2011 5:47 PM >
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Posted by consecrated
That place looked moist!
#35 - Did you expect to find a boat?
What the hell happened to the third gauge in #40?
You have the makings of a "lonely charcoal grill" thread in #50.

Pedobear... lol!


No the boat and car took us by surprise, we had no idea why they were in there. The gauge i have no idea but rather not play with it to find out lol. As for the grill, guessing someone had a bbq but forgot the grill when they left.

Pedobear was all over that place some one had a stencil that they were using to just put it randomly on the walls.

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Re: Falstaff Brewery, Galveston (Part 2!)
<Reply # 3 on 1/24/2011 6:35 PM >
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Posted by consecrated
That place looked moist!
#35 - Did you expect to find a boat?
What the hell happened to the third gauge in #40?
You have the makings of a "lonely charcoal grill" thread in #50.

Pedobear... lol!


the green car in the back used to be parked outside (google maps)
the boat iunno lol

the gauge looks like it shat itself. prolly saw a ghost.

also you have to remember that Ike hit all of galveston was under water so this factory was deff under water that wouldve been a blast to scuba thru

and the grill, well, it would be fun to party it up. we'd need beer...
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Re: Falstaff Brewery, Galveston (Part 2!)
<Reply # 4 on 2/1/2011 3:04 PM >
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I'm jealous, I've been wanting to go in there. Scouted it once but didn't want to go in alone with my sis and her bf. I was chicken, lol

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Re: Falstaff Brewery, Galveston (Part 2!)
<Reply # 5 on 2/1/2011 5:26 PM >
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Posted by yeya21
I'm jealous, I've been wanting to go in there. Scouted it once but didn't want to go in alone with my sis and her bf. I was chicken, lol


there is alot of activity around it. but most people dont really care. just watch out for the local "gangs" that hangout in the cargo/storage area. im not sure how friendly galveston gangs are.

“It still amazes me how many millions goes to discovering another star in the galaxies when, for all we know, we are still sitting on top of another undiscovered world beneath our feet.”

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Re: Falstaff Brewery, Galveston (Part 2!)
<Reply # 6 on 2/1/2011 7:03 PM >
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Posted by Price


there is alot of activity around it. but most people dont really care. just watch out for the local "gangs" that hangout in the cargo/storage area. im not sure how friendly galveston gangs are.


Oh wow, I wouldn't think there would be gangs around there. I guess that's their meet up spot or something. Just weird to hear that Galveston has gangs, lol. But they're literally everywhere, lol

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Re: Falstaff Brewery, Galveston (Part 2!)
<Reply # 7 on 2/1/2011 8:07 PM >
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Nice pictures

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This is my signature. Your jealous.
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Re: Falstaff Brewery, Galveston (Part 2!)
<Reply # 8 on 2/1/2011 11:30 PM >
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Posted by D-rockpend
Nice pictures

41. Nice Nike's

53. rofl


thanks lol ther my offical nike 6.0 urbex shoes

ive taken them on every trip.

they say ther bmx shoes...but i think someone made them extra durable for something else....

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Re: Falstaff Brewery, Galveston (Part 2!)
<Reply # 9 on 2/2/2011 1:12 AM >
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Supposedly they are going to be filming a movie there soon called Hellstorm. Wonder if the boat was going to be used for that?

Also, here's a quote from a swamplot.com article. I always knew PBR tasted like ass for some reason.

"But the Galveston Historical Foundation has listed the brewery, which was built in 1905, as one of the city’s most endangered historic structures. It’s sat vacant since 1981. Eighteen years later, brewhouse tanks from the complex were yanked out and shipped to China, where they were put to work churning out Pabst Blue Ribbon."



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Re: Falstaff Brewery, Galveston (Part 2!)
<Reply # 10 on 2/2/2011 4:04 AM >
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Posted by Liquorhead
Supposedly they are going to be filming a movie there soon called Hellstorm. Wonder if the boat was going to be used for that?

Also, here's a quote from a swamplot.com article. I always knew PBR tasted like ass for some reason.

"But the Galveston Historical Foundation has listed the brewery, which was built in 1905, as one of the city’s most endangered historic structures. It’s sat vacant since 1981. Eighteen years later, brewhouse tanks from the complex were yanked out and shipped to China, where they were put to work churning out Pabst Blue Ribbon."




dang lol well...maybe they want some ghosts in the background

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