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    Attention Eastern PA MtnBikers and Beer lovers.....OneGuy Brewing in Berwick PA is serving up some tasty brew.....enjoyed a growler of the Porter today.....they have at least 4 other varietys available by the pint or growler.
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    There are two paths you can go by but in the long run........

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    Nice- my inlaws are in Berwick so now I have a better excuse than Dunkin Donuts to be out of the house

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    yeah, thanks Jeff that really hit the spot.

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    I don't know?

    I don't know Jeff , I think since this isn't a strictly a mountain bike related thread that perhaps we should make a poll/ 30 page rant about it's relevance and your dedication to mountain biking. Enjoy.

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    I think Beer is more relevant to mountain biking than motos- I mean hell, thee is already a beer forum on here

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    Quote Originally Posted by bwillsie
    I don't know Jeff , I think since this isn't a strictly a mountain bike related thread that perhaps we should make a poll/ 30 page rant about it's relevance and your dedication to mountain biking. Enjoy.

    Ah... A local brewer, nice! Good to promote "local business" that "supports Mt bikers", kinda like "bike shops" who "support Mt. bikers"

    I think hear a trip to Danville to ride with a stop at the brewery on the way back.

    Maybe One Guy will make a Mt Top ale, or JB blend?

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    OneGuy Brewing

    I think that sounds like a great idea! There is nothing better than sharing a great ride with great friends and then relaxing with some great suds! Maybe I could even pitch an idea for a new beer to the owner.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dankilling
    I think Beer is more relevant to mountain biking than motos- I mean hell, thee is already a beer forum on here
    If there is a beer forum it should be posted there according to the thread police around here.lol I think that moto is more relevan to mtb personally.It's all on how you look at it.I say enjoy your beer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dankilling
    I think Beer is more relevant to mountain biking than motos- I mean hell, thee is already a beer forum on here
    Oh man, mxer your gonna love this!

    LOL...Ya, and we have all seen the ads from Honda & Harley on MTBR advertising and paying to do so to support MTBR. I guess Paul Turner should have gone "drinking" rather than inventing Rock Shox for Mt bikes! Arlo Englund should have gone drinking with Turner rather than invent internals for Rock Shox

    Ya,,,,,,,,,,,,, " BOTH" moto guys!

    LMAO...

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    Meh- I know more MTB'ers who drink beer than twist throttles. Go ahead, flame away Lee.......you seem to thrive on it.

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    Lookin' forward to my next trip down to....

    Roaring Creek.....then I can stop by OneGuyBrewing...bringing at least 3 growlers so I can try a few varietys....so GoodBye For Now....

    There are two paths you can go by but in the long run........

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    Quote Originally Posted by dankilling
    Meh- I know more MTB'ers who drink beer than twist throttles. Go ahead, flame away Lee.......you seem to thrive on it.
    You know more beer drinkers than moto guys?.So beer makes you a better mtb rider?So you would rather see a thread that is about beer?So beer makes you a better mtb rider.Interesting!Like I said very close minded people around here.

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    Wink

    Quote Originally Posted by dankilling
    Meh- I know more MTB'ers who drink beer than twist throttles. Go ahead, flame away Lee.......you seem to thrive on it.
    No flaming here! I was responding to the topic.

    You got schooled... deal with it

    We now return to "One Guy Brewing"

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    Quote Originally Posted by NEPMTBA
    No flaming here! I was responding to the topic.

    You got schooled... deal with it

    We now return to "One Guy Brewing"
    Thank you for proving my point, Lee.

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    I've had their IPA a while back when Purv's had it on tap! Great beer!!!

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    Good job!

    Quote Originally Posted by dankilling
    Thank you for proving my point, Lee.
    Ya more than once I've had to educate you... LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by NEPMTBA
    Ya more than once I've had to educate you... LOL
    The funny part is you honestly believe that.

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    Good job!

    Quote Originally Posted by dankilling
    The funny part is you honestly believe that.
    Yes, I do!

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    Jeffski, can you hook me up with some info on the roaring creek trails, more interested in the single track stuff. is it near Knobels ?

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    MtPulaski....

    I am kinda of a rookie when it comes to ROaring Creek.....have only been there a couple of times......check out this thread for a bit more info.....your welcome to connect with us next time we head down there..... Nice Roaring Ride today - thanks gang

    It is this....a great area to ride....basically a series of ridges that ring around a resevoir...huge watershed area....lots of rocks....have only explored about a 1/4 of the area so far....
    There are two paths you can go by but in the long run........

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    Mt Pulaski - Yes, roaring creek is near Knobels.

    The Danville crew - Nanker, nanner'puddin and wyatt are the Roaring Creek gurus

    It's almost 100% singletrack, and 20+miles
    Trail heads are sort of hard to find - one is on Rt 42 near Aristes, one is on Rt 54 near Natalie.

    I'd recommend PMing one of us to set up a ride if you'd like.
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    Good job!

    Quote Originally Posted by mt.Pulaski
    Jeffski, can you hook me up with some info on the roaring creek trails, more interested in the single track stuff. is it near Knobels ?
    mt. Pulaski:

    Yes gotta get ya up there, you would like it!

    Nanner, Nanker, Jonz,,, Great crew, and hope to meet the others soon!

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    Thanks for the info, sounds nice. this is going back 10 + years when my girls were little and I would look around those beautiful mountains surrounding Knobels and think what a great place to ride.

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    nevermind

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