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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabies010 View Post
    You took your bike into a shop and snapped a shot ,or is this your private stash ?

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    Where has the picture with the white Pugsley and the all the beers gone ?
    It was there a minute ago.
    I swear it was, really...
    Time stamp error, you responeded to quick even for the forum

    I totally want the awnser to that question as well, cuz that is quite the cellar!!!!
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    That sh*t again...
    And it was on the next page of this thread....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guerdonian View Post
    Time stamp error, you responeded to quick even for the forum

    I totally want the awnser to that question as well, cuz that is quite the cellar!!!!

    It's my stash in the basement of my house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kbutler1 View Post
    It's my stash in the basement of my house.
    uh...



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    Quote Originally Posted by kbutler1 View Post
    It's my stash in the basement of my house.
    Dang dude!!! PM me your adress so that i can ummmm..........ah, um.... NOT steal your beer, yea.

    Seriously though, sweet stash, in your basement, and i guess on your face.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JFryauff View Post
    uh...

    When is the party?
    Anytime! I have a nice group of fellow beer fiends here in Minneapolis that try to get together for tastings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kbutler1 View Post
    Anytime! I have a nice group of fellow beer fiends here in Minneapolis that try to get together for tastings.
    Noted!
    Time to ad the twin cities to the list to "beer-cation" destinations.

    Not to wander too far off topic...ever go to Busters on 28th?
    Love that place, great beer selection, and amazing food.
    Had my first Woodcut Series there years back...No2 I believe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JFryauff View Post
    Noted!
    Not to wander too far off topic...ever go to Busters on 28th?
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    Yup. We've got some great spots here in Minne; Town Hall Brewery, Happy Gnome, Muddy Pig, Muddy Waters, the list goes on. Lots of Widwest stuff on tap but I wish we got some more west coast stuff like philly gets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kbutler1 View Post
    but I wish we got some more west coast stuff like philly gets.
    With a cellar like that, you're not allowed to "wish"!

    If you're looking for anything in particular, let me know.
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    My colleagues had a little fun after a company drinking

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    Quote Originally Posted by kbutler1 View Post
    It's my stash in the basement of my house.

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    That's. Your. Basement?! I'm moving to Minne. Had thought about it, you sealed the deal. Like J said, you're not allowed to wish with a stash like that.

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    Father's Day

    It's been a good week behind the Zion curtain ....
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    Trail side refreshments (does part of my bike count?)
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    Not my bike, not my foeders, but it still counts since I took the pic

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    3 weeks ago while visiting the Grand Canyon...nut brown ale
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ridealot View Post
    3 weeks ago while visiting the Grand Canyon...nut brown ale
    Oh Man I love that stuff, used to drink it all the time when we lived in Phoenix. Solid
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guerdonian View Post
    Oh Man I love that stuff, used to drink it all the time when we lived in Phoenix. Solid
    That beer went into my "top 5 all time favs" after the first taste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kbutler1 View Post


    Quite the nice collection of sours you have there.

    I have ~30 gallons of various homebrewed sour beer aging right now. And I thought brewing took patience when I started out and had to wait 6 weeks. Waiting 18 months for something to be ready is a lesson in patience, for sure.
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    Well deserved beer (growler actually...) after 14 miles to get to 400 for the year.

    The beer...Carton Brewing 077XX, a Double IPA.


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    Drinking a little homebrew, making a little homebrew. Not a bad way to follow up a ride and some paddling.
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    One of my new favs...

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    I already knew the Gulden Draak (love this one !), the Montagnarde & the Abbaye des Rocs. The other ones were new to me.
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    Sorry no pic.
    Gotta love this topic tough, one beer is stranger than the other, besides an even stranger bike.

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    One amazing bike, and one amazing beer!

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    I didn't have anything really decent in the fridge, (I had company over last night, and the good stuff has been consumed!) Here are some pics regardless!






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    [IMG]http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/9/48645610150959593035814.jpg/][IMG]

    kinda a terrible picture but Ruination Tenth (finally found) and the pup under the Yeti

    EDIT: will have to fix once I get home
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    Quote Originally Posted by 90supra View Post


    kinda a terrible picture but Ruination Tenth (finally found) and the pup under the Yeti

    EDIT: will have to fix once I get home
    Fixed it for ya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 90supra View Post


    kinda a terrible picture but Ruination Tenth (finally found) and the pup under the Yeti

    EDIT: will have to fix once I get home
    Fixed.

    (BTW, I had a '96 Supra TT 6spd...LOVED it! )

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    Odd, it doesn't let the pic load in this fashion...hmm.
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    Nice on the '96. Really just need to get mine running again, rod-knock sucks.

    Anyway here's another try:

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    Not mine...but I want one!

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    this may have been fixed by now on the HUB bike pictured a few times above, but I don't think you can actually tap the kegs and pour from the taps due to the height of the table. They have had this bike at the Seattle and Portland Intl Beerfests the last few years.

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    There is some glorious photography here. Real treasures.

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    holy hell, great thread!

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    six Chainbreakers and a singlespeed? I like those odds.

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    taken in israel:

    i brew the beer i drink

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    More Vintage

    Heineken Light: vintage 2012
    Specialized Stumpy M2 Comp: vintage 1997
    Bike Prop-Marshall Cabinet: vintage 1973

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    Quote Originally Posted by StumpyH View Post
    Heineken Light: vintage 2012
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    + For the bike and Marshall.
    But being Dutch, i am frowning upon your choice of drink. (i couldn't even get my self calling it b.e.e.r.)

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    A Beer-Break at mile 17 after 2300' of climbing - edge of the Sandia Wilderness Area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabies010 View Post
    But being Dutch, i am frowning upon your choice of drink. (i couldn't even get my self calling it b.e.e.r.)
    I was thinking the same thing…*and I’m not even Dutch. In fact, I know several “Dutchies”, and none of them drink Heineken—they seem to gravitate toward Belgian ales.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBNate View Post
    A Beer-Break at mile 17 after 2300' of climbing - edge of the Sandia Wilderness Area.
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    Took me a minute to find the beer blends into the post very well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guerdonian View Post
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    Took me a minute to find the beer blends into the post very well.
    I'd started at the southern most end of the Foothills Trails (FOOville) and thought it would be fun to ride up to the far north end of Elena Gallegos and back.

    Not sure I'll do that again for a while!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    I was thinking the same thing…*and I’m not even Dutch. In fact, I know several “Dutchies”, and none of them drink Heineken—they seem to gravitate toward Belgian ales.
    Haha, i know what you mean. (and to top it off, the one in the pic is a LIGHT one.)
    I used to have a 6-pack of that dishwater in the fridge for a friend, but now i only have Jupiler.
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    DAMN!! I cant believe I have to come out and defend my alcoholism!!! LMAO!!!!

    Seriously, I cant say I have the pedigree that some of you obviously have earned, (Dutch beers aside) as someone in my late 40's and having waaay too much experience at many beer distributors and some local micro-brewers in NY, I MUST admit, for sumthing on the cheap, and to keep my ass light on the bike, yes I DO drink the lite Heinys... (hanging my head low)
    Do I get any Points for having recently enjoyed an actual Duff beer or 5?, or having quite a few .Old Howling Bastard's from from my local BluePoint beer here on LI?? (still hanging my head, Hopeful).... LOL!!

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    I do know the Dutch Navy used to stock Grolsch in their rec rooms onboard their warships.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabies010 View Post
    Haha, i know what you mean. (and to top it off, the one in the pic is a LIGHT one.)
    I used to have a 6-pack of that dishwater in the fridge for a friend, but now i only have Jupiler.
    I will say that Heineken is INFINITELY better in the Netherlands than it is over here in the green bottles too. I discovered Jupiler in Mechelen Belgium on my honeymoon and loved it. I don't think we get that over here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBNate View Post
    I do know the Dutch Navy used to stock Grolsch in their rec rooms onboard their warships.
    Also a disgusting beer, but it comes in handy "Beugel" bottles.

    Quote Originally Posted by firebush View Post
    I will say that Heineken is INFINITELY better in the Netherlands than it is over here in the green bottles too.
    So you mean it's even worse outside the Netherlands ?

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    Took a visiting buddy out to White Mesa yesterday. We always pack a beer & a spare out here in New Mexico.
    (Santa Fe Brewing Co's Java Imperial Stout)

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    I said found beer is good




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    It's 3.2. BWAHAHAHAHA...

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    i just wanted bikes and beer to be my first official post...


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    GeePhro, sweet fork graphic!
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    While working on some drivetrain upgrades on the back patio



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    I didn't realize that beer and riding went hand in hand so well. lol. I am an avid brewer and am getting into the cycling. I hope to be posting a pic myself soon.

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    I have lots more, but this is one of my favorites.

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    ^^^^^^ Salivating.....Nice pic!
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    Getting ready for a post-Sandy ride by cleaning the bike up and prelubing my system with a cold one.
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    I'm thirsty.

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    Wow you've got to tell us where that picture was taken. That's beautiful
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    A very tough climb on the central coast of Cali. That's overlooking the ocean, it just happens to have a marine layer covering it. Glad you like it even though it's a crappy cell phone camera. One of those right place, right time kind of pics

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    Pre-thanksgiving half day ride in Lyons CO.
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    Good job!

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    Win!
    "Someone must have put alcohol in my beer last night." ~ Mr. Richard Baty, Esq.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JFinch View Post
    You have to look around to find the beer in the first picture, but the bikes are sexy!
    haha sweet

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    There's not a single "beer" in the pic...but how about a whole brewery?

    Finally stopped at took a pic at my Mother's this morning!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBNate View Post
    Win!
    you might like these too. gotta love night rides



    and this is a damn fine beer:

    "Mi amor Nuevo Miércoles!"

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    Cool-blue Rhythm Snow Day!


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    Big Thursday = Rough Friday



    (L to R: Sierra Nevada Estate '12, Dominion Millenium '10, Anchor Our Special Ale '12, Anthem Hops Cider, Knee Deep Hoptologist DIPA, Sierra Nevada Narwhal, Georgetown Waldman Belgian Pale, Swan Lake Samurai Barleywine, Lagunitas Brown Shugga '12. And no, I didn't drink all of them myself. Not quite.)

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    mmm beer and bikes..... mans 2 greatest inventions

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    My 29er and the beer work that has been put in from last party
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    Awesome pic Free Coffee!

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    Tonight while tinkering on the bike i had a Cuvee des Trolls, a nice and fresh tasting blonde from belgium, wich coincidently goes down very well with some candied bacon as well.
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    '11 Jedi
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    Quote Originally Posted by shwinn8 View Post
    Sweet lights on the tree!! Plus that beer kicks ass!

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    For voodoo5:


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    Quote Originally Posted by GelatiCruiser View Post
    Sweet lights on the tree!! Plus that beer kicks ass!
    10 years ago my mom sent me beer themed lights and ornaments... i swear i don't know why
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    Not Beer But Very Delicious

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    there isn't a complete bike, but there is a wheel from my my bike and beer.
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    Dear Admins
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    Bikes and Beer. There is a God.
    Doom On!

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