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    Favorite apres ride BEER?

    Lately it's been a good ol Lord Chesterfield Ale for me and my boys.

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    Bells Oberon, or Sierra Nevada. Although sometimes just a good old Budweiser is where it's at. Other times though, I like a nice Guiness. It really depends I guess. Last week I was all about Bohemian, which is another fine beer. I do have to admit though, nothing beats a cold Heinekin on a hot summer day, well, unless I've got an itching to have a Rolling Rock, then I guess you can't go wrong with that either. When all else fails, I can always rely on a nice TurboDog to bring me up!
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    Michelob Amber Bock mostly.

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    Free.

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    Cold.

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    a nectar of the gods...
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    Just another nighthawk at the diner

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    Mmmm now that looks good... I'll have to try that one.

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    Wow. A question that's never been asked before!

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    BridgePort IPA, BridgePort Brewing Company!!!

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    My favorite is Left Hand's Sawtooth Ale. Other options include New Belgium's Fat Tire or Skinny Dip.

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    Ditto twouareks, skinny dip is the best thing new belgium has come out with in a while. For a light beer, it is damn tasty. I wish it wasn't a seasonal.

    An ice cold Miller Lite always hits the spot, too.
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    I usually don't taste the first 2 all that much after a ride, so something cold and crisp. chesterfield, heineken, st. pauli, pabst (not so crisp but a hell of a deal).

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    Quote Originally Posted by wiremanjoe
    I usually don't taste the first 2 all that much after a ride, so something cold and crisp. chesterfield, heineken, st. pauli, pabst (not so crisp but a hell of a deal).
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    my kind of discussion

    If you're from the northeast, Otter Creek Stovepipe Porter is where it's at. If your from out west, I would have to go with a Sierra Nevada... any porter, pale ale, IPA, or stout is usually pretty good after a nice long ride.

    Oh yeah Dogfishhead Chicory Stout is also very good.
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    I'm east and sierra nevada is always high on the list. Dogfishhead's too.

    (Pale ales are where its at for me.)
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    What's this apres ride bullsh*t? And why should you care what I like to drink?

    When I'm thirsty, I'll drink just about anything that's wet, and I don't give a sh*t who sees me drinking it. I'll save the Pilsner Urquell for later (apres, apres ride), when I've cooled down. But I'll tell you that it's Budweiser, so you can order a beer for yourself that's popular.

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    Damn, you are a little crusty are'nt ya.

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    crustomatic

    Man, he is super ultra mega crusty. I can't hold a candle to that.
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    Why? Do you think I was a little hard on the Beaver last night?

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    AWWW MAN, Cold Hoegaarden with a twist -- Dee-ilsh' !

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