By Richard K. Noots
Who doesn’t like unwinding after work with a nice, cold beer at your favorite spot? Unless of course, your favorite drinking hole has started to become a hot spot of pretentious snobbery. We’ve all been there: Organic beer, off-the-wall prices and drink items that make no sense. While not all bars are bad, we do have to ask ourselves one question: Are bars becoming a thing of the past? Do you think they’ll survive our modern age of convenience? Classic places, where it was just a quiet hole to drown your sorrow in, are becoming increasingly difficult to find. What’s your view?