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    North County San Diego here...

    top 5...depends on the time of year, so since it's summer, and sticking with more commonly available stuff I'll say:

    Alesmith 394 (just for a beer after a ride, for example)
    Alpine Brewing's Duet (same as above, just a bit more amplitude)
    Knee Deep Brewing Hoparillo (Jeremy Warren's genius must be recognized)
    Stone 18th Anniversary (can't get it anymore, but it was epic)
    Lost Abbey 10th Anniversary (their anniversary ales are always fantastic, this one or the 8th anniv. were my faves)

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    I am from Lyons Colorado but live in Novato California.

    Top 5 changes every few months so I will try to update my list.

    1. Dales Pale Ale
    2. Lagunitas IPA
    3. Bear Republic Racer 5
    4. Encinal IPA, Alameda Island Brewing
    5. Celts Golden Ale, Moylans Brewing

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    What a wealth of good choices - I have even more to try now...
    Originally from the East Coast, been exploring the beers and biking of the west for a few years now too:

    1. Newcastle Brown
    2. Switchback Ale
    3. Alchemist's Heady Topper
    4. Deschutes Black Butte Porter
    5. Rogue Brutal IPA

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    First post on a mountain bike message board, so I figured I might as well post in a beer forum. I tend to favor more accessible beers:

    1. Bourbon County Proprietors 2013 (w/coconut)
    2. Cantillon Lou Pepe Framboise (love sours, and this lambic is perfect)
    3. Bells Black Note
    4. Pipeworks Spotted Puffer (great IIPA)
    5. Surly Todd the Axe Man

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    I'm from Richmond, TX, just outside of Houston.
    Hard list to make but here are mine:
    1. Brooklyn Sorachi Ace Saison--fell inlove with this brew on a trip to NY
    2. 8th Wonder Rocket Fuel-Greatest coffee porter i've ever had and local.
    3. Sam Adams Rebel West Coast IPA--yup, big name makes my top 5.
    4. No Label Ridgeback Red Ale--local, simple, and smooth
    5. Weihenstephaner Kristallweissbier--tried this the other day and its fanatstic.

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    My name is Cristian, I'm from Argentina, living in Southern California.

    1- Hercules Double IPA
    2- Detour Double IPA
    3- Hop Nosh IPA
    4 - Lagunitas IPA
    5 - Heineken

    I kinda like IPA's

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    Theran, from wherever the Military put me, currently living in Germany.

    1. Iron Horse Brewery Quilter’s Irish Death
    2. Westervelven 12
    3. St Bernardus Apt 12
    4. Rochefort 10
    5. Ute Pass Brewing Hop Skip Go Naked IPA

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    targnik, Aotearoa (a.k.a NZ)

    At the moment I'm digging 3 Wolves... a nice IPA



    Other go-to's include:

    *Stella
    *Bouncing Czech
    *Pilsner Urquell
    *Moa

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    Chris, 28, an Arizonan transplanted to the snowy flat expanse of Chicagoland.

    I probably wouldn't consider this my definitive Top 5 list, but it's a pretty good idea of some of my favorites:

    1. Sierra Nevada- Hop Hunter IPA
    2. Deschutes- Fresh Squeezed IPA
    3. Maisel's Weisse
    4. Goose Island- Sofie Belgian Style Farmhouse
    5. Kona- Longboard
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    I'm Ryan from Southern Illinois.
    1-Fat Tire
    2-Moosehead
    3-Gerst
    4-Blue Moon
    5-Miller Lite. (Usual).

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    I live on the New Hampshire seacoast and my top 5 are:
    Garrison City Citra (local Dover NH microbrew)
    Founders All Day IPA (15pack cans is awesome)
    Stoneface IPA (local Portsmouth NH micro)
    Dales Pale Ale
    Oatmeal Stouts from just about anyone making it on draft

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    Hey moderator, delete this post or make it so we can delete our own posts preferably.
    Get out of the gutter and onto the mountain top.

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    seattle,WA
    FAT TIRE!!!

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    ugh, new belgium. i'd rather have 2 flat tires

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockis View Post
    seattle,WA
    FAT TIRE!!!
    Welcome to the forum...don't worry about fishwrinkle, he's just mad because he's a fish wrinkle

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    Quote Originally Posted by singletrackmack View Post
    Hey moderator, delete this post or make it so we can delete our own posts preferably.
    I can delete my own posts...

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    Gros Morne, Newfoundland, Canada

    Top 5

    Starting with some of my favourite local brews from East Coast Canada

    Iceberg (Quidi Vidi St. John's NL)
    Pumphouse Blueberry Ale (Pumphouse, Moncton NB)
    Garrison (Halifax, NS)

    Gotta go with a few mainstream beverages to round out the list

    Guiness
    MadJack

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    I'm from Southern California but have been living in Denmark since 2011.

    1. Brygerri Skovlyst - Svanen (Belgium Blonde Ale)
    2. Svaneke Bryghus - American Pale Ale
    3. Sierra Nevada - Pale Ale
    4. Stone Brewing - Stone IPA
    5. Mikkeller - Each I've tried
    6. New Belgium Brewing - Fat Tire
    7. Firestone Walker Brewing - Double Barrel Ale

    Yeah, I know it's seven but all worth a mention ... so many IPAs and other styles I've tried and loved but those above I have come back to time and time again
    :-)

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    I live in Little Falls, NJ

    In no particular order

    Founders All Day IPA

    Cricket Hill Hopnotic IPA

    Bear Republic Racer No. 5

    Great Lakes Burning River

    Session Lager (in the little neck bottles, I forget the brewer, Full Sail?)


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    Quote Originally Posted by demonlarry View Post
    I live in Little Falls, NJ

    In no particular order

    Founders All Day IPA

    Cricket Hill Hopnotic IPA

    Bear Republic Racer No. 5

    Great Lakes Burning River

    Session Lager (in the little neck bottles, I forget the brewer, Full Sail?)


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    Oh, Arrogant Bastard

    Fat tire

    Cricket hill American Ale

    Cricket hill East Coast Lager




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    brandon from lancaster PA...

    Pizzaboy's Sunny side up coffee stout
    Southern tier Choklat imperial stout
    Great lakes brewing's blackout imperial stout
    Boulder brewing Shake porter
    lancaster brewing company strawberry wheat (when its too hot for real beer!)

    those first four put some hair on your knuckles

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    Quote Originally Posted by DocWater View Post
    brandon from lancaster PA...

    Pizzaboy's Sunny side up coffee stout
    Southern tier Choklat imperial stout
    Great lakes brewing's blackout imperial stout
    Boulder brewing Shake porter
    lancaster brewing company strawberry wheat (when its too hot for real beer!)

    those first four put some hair on your knuckles
    It's always good to have another Stout fan on the forum

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    Grand Falls-Windsor, NL.

    Anything from Muskoka Brewery
    Well's Banana Bread Beer (friggin AWESOME),
    Gahan Blueberry wheat
    Flying monkeys Smashbomb IPA
    and something near and dear to me. Red Racer IPA for Autism. My 10 year old has autism so We buy LOTS of this one!

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    I just realized this is like naming your favorite child. ha ha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DocWater View Post
    brandon from lancaster PA...

    Pizzaboy's Sunny side up coffee stout
    Southern tier Choklat imperial stout
    Great lakes brewing's blackout imperial stout
    Boulder brewing Shake porter
    lancaster brewing company strawberry wheat (when its too hot for real beer!)

    those first four put some hair on your knuckles
    Doc, have you tried Brooklyn Brewery's Black Chocolate Stout? I like it better than the Southern Tier and I'm a huge fan of Southern Tier.

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    I am my screen name. Wormtown, New England

    In no particular order,

    Lawsons Finest Liquids, Sip of Sunshine

    Dogfish Head, Olde School Barleywine

    My homebrewed stout (my first original recipe), I swear (there's a story) Smuttynose cloned it.

    Delirium, all of em

    And hate me all you want, but sometimes a High Life is the right f@ckin choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Branner View Post
    Doc, have you tried Brooklyn Brewery's Black Chocolate Stout? I like it better than the Southern Tier and I'm a huge fan of Southern Tier.
    nope. Ill have to check it out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Branner View Post
    Doc, have you tried Brooklyn Brewery's Black Chocolate Stout? I like it better than the Southern Tier and I'm a huge fan of Southern Tier.
    bought a six pack of the brooklyn black choc stout...its really awesome!! I still prefer the southern tier choklat, but I'll gladly consume either

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    Im an Aussie, 37 living west coast
    Top 5 beers:
    5, corona
    4, carlsburg
    3, stella artois
    2, coors
    1, molson canadian
    Bit of an unusual taste for an Aussie I cop alot of crap from mates!

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    Taylor, hailing from Tempe, Arizona.

    1. Grapevine Craft Brewery - Sir William's English Brown Ale (Micro Brewery from my hometown of Grapevine, Tx)
    2. Rogue - Hazelnut Brown Ale
    3. Deschutes - Red Chair NWPA
    4. Four Peaks - Kiltlifter
    5. Shiner Bock

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    XC biker from San Diego California, top 5 is going to sound very boring:

    1. Primator Lager, Czech Republic
    2. Weihenstephaner Lager, Germany
    3. Bitburger Lager, Germany
    4. Spaten (Pilsener,) Germany
    5. Grolsch Lager (really a Pilsener), Holland

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    Eastern Pennsylvania.

    No particular order:

    DAB (Germany)
    Dogfish 60 (Delaware)
    Yuengling Lager (Pottsville, PA)
    Freewill Techno (Perkasie, PA)
    Most Southern Tier (Upstate N.Y.)

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    Bergen, Norway

    Kinn Vestkyst (IPA)
    Sierra Nevada Pale Ale
    Nøgne Ø IPA
    Nøgne Ø Two Captains (Double IPA)
    San Miguel Especial

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arebee View Post
    Ralph, Farmington, CT

    1. Stone Double Bastard
    2. Stone Ruination IPA
    3. Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA
    4. Sierra Nevada Torpedo
    5. LaChouffe Houblon
    Wow, 5 years ago. Only Double Bastard would still be in my Top 5 today.

    1. Lawson's Sip Of Sunshine
    2. Stone Double Bastard
    3. Gray Sail Captain's Daughter
    4. Maine Brewing Another One
    5. Otter Creek Free Flow IPA
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    Who are you, where you from and what's your Top 5?

    Zac, Redmond, Oregon

    Rogue - Dead Guy Ale
    Pyramid - Apricot Ale
    Good Life - 20" Brown
    Samuel Smith - Oatmeal Stout
    Wild Ride - Whoopty Whoop Wheat

    *edit Good Life 29er Brown Ale should be on the list, not the 20" Brown which is brewed by Cascade Lakes Brewery. Thanks El Guapo!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ahFo3 View Post
    Zac, Redmond, Oregon

    Rogue - Dead Guy Ale
    Pyramid - Apricot Ale
    Good Life - 20" Brown
    Samuel Smith - Oatmeal Stout
    Wild Ride - Whoopty Whoop Wheat


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    Welcome to the forum...we can always use another stout fan...I don’t know about that Pyramid ale though

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    Quote Originally Posted by griz View Post
    Welcome to the forum...we can always use another stout fan...I don’t know about that Pyramid ale though
    Thank you! In defense of the apricot Ale - it's great on a hot summer day!


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    I live in the Santa Cruz county, there is only one beer for me

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    Larry, Little Falls, NJ

    (current top 5, subject to change without notice)

    1)Founder's All Day IPA
    2)Smuttynose Finestkind IPA
    3)Founder's Mosaic
    4)Great Lakes Brewing Burning River
    5)Arrogant Bastard

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    Quote Originally Posted by smittycop View Post
    Gros Morne, Newfoundland, Canada

    Top 5

    Starting with some of my favourite local brews from East Coast Canada

    Iceberg (Quidi Vidi St. John's NL)
    Pumphouse Blueberry Ale (Pumphouse, Moncton NB)
    Garrison (Halifax, NS)

    Gotta go with a few mainstream beverages to round out the list

    Guiness
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    I've been to Garrison a few times, delicious stuff!!

    Ever tried Mill Street?

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    Quote Originally Posted by demonlarry View Post
    I've been to Garrison a few times, delicious stuff!!

    Ever tried Mill Street?
    Yes b’y Mill Street is pretty solid stuff, all but the tank house ale, not a fan of that brew


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    Quote Originally Posted by ahFo3 View Post
    Zac, Redmond, Oregon

    Rogue - Dead Guy Ale
    Pyramid - Apricot Ale
    Good Life - 20" Brown
    Samuel Smith - Oatmeal Stout
    Wild Ride - Whoopty Whoop Wheat


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    Cascade Lakes makes 20” Brown. Good Life does not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smittycop View Post
    Yes b’y Mill Street is pretty solid stuff, all but the tank house ale, not a fan of that brew


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    I didn’t mind Tank House, there was one I wasn’t the biggest fan of, but, can’t remember.


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    Quote Originally Posted by El Guapo View Post
    Cascade Lakes makes 20” Brown. Good Life does not.
    Oops, I mixed them up. Thanks for the correction. After looking, it's the Good Life 29er Brown Ale that I like more between those two.

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    Jesse, Running Spring, Ca
    Top 5
    1- Pizza Port brewing co, Chronic Ale
    2-The Brewery, Autumn Maple
    3-Ommegang, Three Philosophers
    4-Rouge, Double Chocolate Stout
    5-Spaten, Optimator

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    I like it Hoppy! Norcal

    1. Pliny the younger
    2. Stone enjoy by... 12/15/17
    3. Lizards breath
    4. Avery Raja/Maharaja
    5. Firestone Double Jack

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    a separate forum just for beer??... now I know I came to the right place!

    North Texas guy (outskirts of DFW) with simple taste.. from good to best:

    5) on a budget.. Keystone
    4) not broke.. Coors/Coors Light
    3) special occasions.. Shiner Bock
    2) special treat.. Sam Adams winter lager
    1) favorite.. free beer, any flavor, beer tastes best when its free

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    Fremantle, Western Australia

    Pirate Life IPA
    Cheeky Monkey West Coast IPA
    Feral WarHog
    Founders Backwoods Bastard
    Oskar Blues TenFidy (although the importer may have lost the rights so might not be getting any more of this in a while...damnit)

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    squeaky, Washingtonian in exile

    Moylan's Hopsickle Triple IPA
    Great Divide Hercules DIPA
    Avery Maharaja IIPA
    Ninkasi Total Domination IPA
    Bale Breaker Top Cutter IPA

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    Rob, originally from Susanville, Ca. I’m retired USAF, so I’ve lived a lot of different places, one of which was Germany (Eiffel Region/Trier) which had a profound effect on my beer tastes. I hail from Albuquerque, NM these days.

    Duvel (Belgian WWI victory beer 9%)
    La Fin Du Monde 9%
    Paulaner Original Munich
    Hop Rising 9%
    Avery Brewery “The Reverend” 10%—careful with this one....
    Sam Adams Cold Snap

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    Another Duvel fan here, hailing from NJ.

    Top 5:

    Basically anything made by Duvel/Ommegang, including Duvel Blonde, Ommegang Hennepin, Ommegang Rare Vos, Ommegang Adoration, and Ommegang Rosetta

    Can't stand IPAs, and certainly no Dogfish Head except for Festina de Peche
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    New here, new to MTB but I can tell I’m at home already with this thread. Now I just need to find the whiskey one. Live in MA and love the dark beers.
    Mast Landing - Gunners Daughter
    Otter Creek - Drip Drop
    Night Shift - Awake
    Foundation- KBS
    Young’s - Double Chocolate

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    Who are you, where you from and what's your Top 5?

    I now live in Yellowstone National Park, only local mtb bkr, used to hate IPA’s but have grown to love them. Still love my stouts and darks but my top five is as follows:
    1. Voodoo Ranger Imperial IPA
    2. Summit Dog IPA
    3. Bozeman Brewing Company Buzz Kill Java Stout
    4. Cold Smoke Scotch Ale
    5. Katabatic Scotch Ale
    Enjoy the ride...

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    northwest pa (edinboro)

    1 Erie brewing- Railbender ale
    2 Founders- dirty bastard
    3 Southern tier- unearthly ipa
    4 great lakes brewing- nosferatu
    5 great lakes brewing- Christmas ale

    I usually change with the season on what I'm drinking but these are usually in my wheelhouse

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    Who are you, where you from and what's your Top 5?

    I think my screen name gives it away.....I’m in Clayton, NC (suburb of Raleigh)

    1: Good Morning Vietnam - Wooden Robot Brewing - Charlotte NC
    2: Hell Yes Ma’am - Raleigh Brewing Company - Raleigh NC
    3: Thrilla in Vanilla Fight Series #8 Macaroon - Double Barley Brewing - Smithfield NC
    4: Primus - Live Oak Brewing - Austin TX
    5: Stickee Monkey - Firestone Walker Brewing - Paso Robles CA

    Shame I don’t like Deep River Brewing’s beer more because I live 2 blocks away
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    Walloon Brabant, Belgium

    1: Rochefort 8
    2: Kwak
    3 Tripel Karmeliet
    4: LA “JAMBES EN L’AIR“ (La Houppe brewery)
    5: Leopold 7 (there are too many great beers around)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimimft View Post
    New here, new to MTB but I can tell I’m at home already with this thread. Now I just need to find the whiskey one. Live in MA and love the dark beers.
    Mast Landing - Gunners Daughter
    Otter Creek - Drip Drop
    Night Shift - Awake
    Foundation- KBS
    Young’s - Double Chocolate
    I second the whiskey sentiment. Or scotch. Or bourbon.

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    John from Boca Raton and my favorite beers are Sixpoint Bengali and Sixpoint The Crisp. Not much of a drinker though.
    NTFTC

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    Flushing - the Netherlands, close to Belgian border

    1 Gouden Carolus classic
    2 Rochefort 10
    3 Karmeliet triple
    4 La Choufe
    5 Duvel

    And loads more but it’s a top 5
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    Born & raised in Michigan, USA - moved to Colorado 26 years ago at 32.

    Mostly enjoyed the standard issue 'blue collar' beers growing up and our neighbor to the north offered the Canadian stuff easy and plentiful to get. Before our Colorado move, I'll say I was a fan of these in no particualr order, just for variety sake .... Michelob, Miller Genuine Draft, Moosehead, Busch, Heineken, Labatts, Molson.


    Enjoyng a brew now is typically a brown, amber, pilsner and the occasional porter. New Castle is one of my tops, Ellies Brown, some of the Bristol brew that is local, Bud Platinum, Heineken/ or their light, some ofthe O'dells. Still some of them Canadian beers every now and then. I like to have 3 choices in the ice box most of the time.

    Nothing too esoteric or pricy, a simple easy-to-please palate.
    bachman must spread some Reputation around before giving it to himself again.


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