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    Since it's fall, I've been on a hard cider kick. Lately I've been drinking Angry Orchard Traditional Dry.

    My go to beer is Hoegaarden though.

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    Chatoe Rogue Wet Hop Ale

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    Rogue American Amber is great!

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    On the Trinity river with my GF, eatin' ribs and drinkin' Ovila!
    '96 San Andreas
    '12 Santa Cruz Nickel LT
    '08 KTM 530
    '12 Toyota FJ TT
    '05 MiniCooper S
    '95 Honda HB Si
    '71 Dino 246 GT

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    sierra nevada IPA

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    Carbon or Commie?
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    Water. It's only noon.

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    Weathering Hurricane Sandy with some Troegs Dead Reckoning Porter. Nice.

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    Kona Brewing - Big Wave

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    stone ipa

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    Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA

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    Last night's liquid dinner...
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    2010 Trek Rumblefish
    2013 Trek Cobia

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    Allagash Curieux.

    Ale aged in oak bourbon barrels. 11%.

    Sitting in front of the fire at the camp with my wife and dog. Last night for the season. Riding tomorrow. Life is good.

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    Sent from my HTC One XL using Tapatalk 2
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    Master of Nothing, but dammit if I don't try..............

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    Blue Moon Seasonal

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    New Belgium Red Hoptober

    Delish!

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    My tribute to San Diego Beer Week, wish i could of made it down to some events. There is always next year......Cheers......
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    never tried anything new..... Albert Einstein

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    Nero Apecchio. I probably got it wrong but it's from Trader Joes.

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    Abita

    just had 2 Abita Purple Haze & 1 Turbo Dog

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    Magic Hat Hex

    Yesterday's Iceman ended with lots of Bells... Winter White, Two Hearted, Best Brown

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    it was a mistake- Key West Amber Ale by Florida Beer Company. Its got that sour aftertaste that probably belongs to a Belgian style beer, but is not befitting an amber ale. I was hoping for more of a Yorkshire bitter amber ale style that I used to get from home brewing, so its not one I'll repeat.

    So many beers, so little time.

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    Sierra Nevada Tumbler

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    Ballast Point Indra Kunindra. Spicy!

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    New Belgium Belgo. Trust New Begium for optimal performance!

    Folks,

    It's so simple. Is there any brewing company that supports cycling as much as New Belgium?

    NO.

    Google "Urban Assault" if you're not familiar with New Belgium's love of combining great brews with great cycling.

    Much more than Fat Tire, take a look at the 16oz Shift for when your work/ride is done. And Belgo? It's a performance enhancing brewsky which should be banned. In the meantime, fuel your motor with the New Belgium goods.

    2 degrees below is a special one as well but tricky to score - New Belgium we need help here.

    Give your love to New Belgium cuz they're sharing huge love with all cyclists coast to coast with Urban Assault.

    Mash On, Team Masher!

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    Tea...had beer earlier

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    Got a killer deal on some cases of Gage Roads. Halfway through a longneck of their India Pale Ale, and very nice it is.

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