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    Quote Originally Posted by SlowerJoe View Post
    just finished 3 fat tires and I'm out

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    Drank this, bed time now.

    Light weights!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    Light weights!
    Much cheaper that way.

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


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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBNate View Post
    Much cheaper that way.

    +1 for drinkin' the good stuff!

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    Knee Deep Brewing Hoptologist DIPA. Room temerature. To be fair, my room is currently 55*F.
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    Id scrap the passion forum all together, its a breeding ground for unicorn milkers, rainbow chasers and candy cotton farters.

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    Ranger IPA.. best of 7-11. Had Racer 5 at the bar earlier so the ranger is a night cap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by monzie View Post
    Knee Deep Brewing Hoptologist DIPA. Room temerature. To be fair, my room is currently 55*F.
    Yikes, that's fair.

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    Why "yikes"?
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    Id scrap the passion forum all together, its a breeding ground for unicorn milkers, rainbow chasers and candy cotton farters.

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    I just meant 55 is a chilly inside temp for me.

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    Ah. I don't use the heat or A/C. Haven't in years. My house is quite drafty. During the most brutal winters the inside temp has hit the high 30's before. You get used to it.
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    Id scrap the passion forum all together, its a breeding ground for unicorn milkers, rainbow chasers and candy cotton farters.

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    I actually went for the good stuff tonight. Grey Goose and Cranberry juice. You gotta treat yourself every now and then.
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    applejuice.....

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    Bass Ale always a good choice with dinner IMO

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    2010 Old Stock Ale from North Coast Brewing.

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    Oatmeal Stout from the People's Pint, Greenfield Mass. Fantastic - I live 90 minutes away, but try to get over that way for a ride and to fill up my growler a few time a year.

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    Not beer. Bulleit Rye Whiskey. mmmm.
    Just a regular guy.

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    Leinenkugel's Snowdrift Vanilla Porter - bottle

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    Guinness Draught
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    samuel smith oatmeal stout &
    samuel smith nut brown ale &
    samuel smith pure brewed organic lager

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    TBC (Tequesta Beer Company) Der Chancellor

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    Picked up on the way home from riding Johnathan Dickerson State Park Fla

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    Sipping on some Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey while drinking a Sweet Water Happy Ending.

    Not the best Imperial Stout but it was in the fridge and I am trying to deplete my beer selection down.

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    Trappist Westvleteren bier blond!
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    Camo Black Ice 24 oz at 10.5 % lol. 6 pack in a can really, for $1.49 : )
    Thats why my posts are so noob!

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    San Miguel Selecta

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    Boundary Road Brewery - Stolen Base : American double I.P.A (8%). New Zealand version of an American style beer.
    This is the blurb on the bottle - "The biggest religion in America is baseball, closely followed by religion. This cultural extravaganza can't be properly appreciated in full without a refreshing brew such as the Double I.P.A., the heavy hitter of Yankee craft beers. Stolen Base is our version. A triple play of smooth malts, citrus notes, and supersize-me hops that leave it bitterer than a Hollywood divorce."
    I don't crash, I just have slightly uncontrolled dismounts!

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    Jim Beams Devils Cut.

    Good Bourbon but after sipping straight you can see how it gets its name. lol

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    Trader Jose Light....

    Like Corona but better

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    Lemonade since I at work, in a few hours some Ice cold Singha

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    Quote Originally Posted by kjlued View Post
    Jim Beams Devils Cut.

    Good Bourbon but after sipping straight you can see how it gets its name. lol
    Got some of this for my brother for his birthday, had to try some, and what do you know, it's actually very good. I usually hate any sort of bourbon, so was surprised I liked it.
    I don't crash, I just have slightly uncontrolled dismounts!

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    10 hours late to the party, but poured from my new growler Stone Enjoy By 12.21.12. Very similar to the first batch of 9.21.

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    I'll be drinking a Stone Ruination soon...YUM Eeeee!

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    oskar blues ten fidy...because it's almost ten fifty in the morning...almost

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    Going with these today
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    I took the road less traveled by and
    It has made all the difference. R Frost

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    Thankful for New Mexico Trails & New Mexico beer!

    Last edited by MTBNate; 11-22-2012 at 08:47 PM.
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    Shiner Wild Hare Pale Ale - bottle.

    Waiting for the turkey to be done and listening to the in-laws.

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    Moose Drool!

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    Abita Amber sitting in the French Quarter. Life is good!

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    Nelson imperial IPA 67th bday present for later when the girls show up.
    Stretching the birthday out to the max this year!
    Kennedy turkey climb
    Birthday brunch with my kids
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    Elude the radar down saint joes ranger danger!!!
    see picture above^^

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    Fire Station 5
    Fire Boat Amber.

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    Pliney the Elder

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    out of beer
    vodka and crystal light
    desperation I tell ya



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    Bozone Brewery, Bozeman, MT

    Growler of HopZone IPA

    The most essential tool for bicycle maintenance!

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    I had Sierra Nevada "Estate" beer the other night, a new one for me, and pretty delicious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by couch bike dude View Post
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    Stretching the birthday out to the max this year!
    Kennedy turkey climb
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    elude the radar down saint joes ranger danger!!!

    Fixed it
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    Abita Turbodog.

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    SantaCruz Tallboy C
    SantaCruz Solo C
    Specialized Fatboy
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    Triple Digit Decimation Wheat Wine from Cincinnati

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    Quote Originally Posted by unknownphotog View Post
    Triple Digit Decimation Wheat Wine from Cincinnati
    Haha, nice! I'm drinking Triple Digit/Blank Slate's Determnation Double Belgian Style IPA. Good beers coming out of the Queen City!

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    Ranger IPA

    One of my 3 favorites. Tyraneena Bitter Woman is #1 and Dragons Milk IPA at New Holland Brewing also very top notch.

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    santa fe brewing happy camper ipa after a great monstercross ride.

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    NOLA blonde goes well w/creole gumbo.

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    long trail coffee stout
    and stone double bastard

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    North Coast Brewing Company, Inc.: Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout!
    What are you drinking right now?-imageuploadedbytapatalk1354159376.102214.jpg
    That and the Mountain Urkel life is good!

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    Innis & Gunn Original

    This is my favourite since my 2.5 year long break from alcohol.

    Had it last night.. but that doesn't matter.

    That Russian Imperial Stout looks yummy, I need to try that.

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    A wee dram of 10 year old Talisker with a drop of water in it. Pure smokey, peaty magic. I know it's not beer but I need to det to that 5 post limit so what the hell

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    Santa Fe Brewing Co - Black IPA

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


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    Quote Originally Posted by gipsyviking View Post
    NOLA blonde goes well w/creole gumbo.
    That gumbo looks scrum-diddly-uptious. It would go good with the Racer5 I'm drinking now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnonymouseTech View Post
    That gumbo looks scrum-diddly-uptious. It would go good with the Racer5 I'm drinking now.
    Gumbo goes good with every beer I've tried it with.

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    Carlton Draft

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    Dutch Gulpen bock

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTBNate View Post
    Santa Fe Brewing Co - Black IPA

    That can alone is awesome. I'll look for it in my neck-o-the woods.

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    Santa Fe Brewing Co's Happy Camper IPA

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    Lagunitas Brown Shugga'


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    Mad Anthony Irish Stout.
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    Powered 3 consecutive Mickey's torpedos yesterday. Still don't feel very good...

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    Apple Juice. It's a wild night over here, lol!

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    just had the jester king gotlandsdricka, an ancient, viking, smoked ale. very enjoyable and not only due to its uniqueness.

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    After a gas, pizza, bourbon & beer run I finally settled down to a Left Hand 400 pound monkey IPA.

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    A few more from the past week or so...











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    Great South Bay Brewery Snaggletooth Stout offa growler.Great South Bay Brewery

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    Lucky Lager (of course)

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    The Duck-Rabbit Schwarzbier

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    Velkopopovický Kozel dark beer, my most favourite ^^

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    Just had a few pints of Boneyard Brewing's--Bend, Oregon--RPM IPA. Man was it good. As good an IPA as I've had on tap in some time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOSSMAN View Post
    Shiner Bock
    Wish i had a shiner right now but no they dont have Shiner, so im sipping on a Snapple.... FAIL

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    My current favorite beer:

    I like to hug trees at FULL SPEED!
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    Morland Hen's Tooth
    Stone Smoked porter with chipotle
    Founder's Red's rye P.A.

    (& waiting for some homemade Boddington beer bread to finish baking)

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    Used to drink Fat Tire when I'd visit my buddy at school in Colorado, can finally get it here in MI, still good beer but it just doesn't have that aura it had when i couldn't get my hands on it unless i left the state

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    German Aye-Yinger from BevMo!!!

    the one with the Goat on the cover pic... LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stef3anie View Post
    I picked up a big bottle of Bear Republic's Hop Rod Rye Ale last week. Just cracked it.
    You took the words right out of my mouth! Drinking the same.

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    Stella for some post ride recoup while i watch denver rip into oakland.

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    Snowflake....

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    berkshire coffeehouse porter

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    Well, I know this is a beer forum, and I love me some beer, but tonite I am drinking some Sutter Home Red Moscato. Damn tasty. Got one of the big bottles (not one of the learner variety)
    I just wish they had the easy open screw caps...........
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    ... and if we just ...

    Hibernation Ale by The Great Divide Brewing Co from Colorado... Very tasty and more Belgian style than I have had in a long time...
    Current ride(s) 2011 Santa Cruz Blur LT and a Norco Threshold SL with Di2

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    pliny killer

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    Master of Nothing, but dammit if I don't try..............

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    I am supposed to go for a group ride tomorrow morning. Problem is that I finished off a 22oz bottle of Jewbelation 16, and now I am halfway through a 22oz bottle of Simtra.
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    Home Brew

    Peat Smoked Porter @ 9% alcohol :-)

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    Left Hand Brewing Company Milk Stout

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    Quote Originally Posted by kimberleyturtle View Post
    Left Hand Brewing Company Milk Stout
    You lucked chit! We can't get that in So Cal.

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    Angry Orchard, hard cider.

    Not bad, for a change of pace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mishgun1 View Post
    Velkopopovický Kozel dark beer, my most favourite ^^
    I like to try Velko but I can't find it around here.

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    pliny killer

    my phone made this
    The only way I can get pliny is to visit some guy in town named "Sergio"

    St. Pauli Girl Special Dark

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    Right now. Goose island 312.

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    Yuengling lager light....

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    The most prominent local brewery in Vancouver, BC. This stuff is like their Winter Ale (a chocolate-vanilla dark ale) on steriods. The chocolate flavour is dry, dark cocoa. The higher alcohol content adds complexity and cuts the sweetness. I freaking love it. Might be the buzz talking, after all it's 8.7% and I just took the last sip of the 650mL bottle.

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    Dale's pale Ale, a solid standby. Nearly the last of my stash since the idiots at the distributor (who think Bud Light is "beer") cut it from their lineup. For this, I hate living in a small rural redneck town.

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    kokanee beer

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    New Belgium/Apline Brewing Super IPA. Part of NB lips of faith series. Awesome beer, plan to pack a bunch up for friends back home in Md!

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