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    About to have one of these. We have a local century to the brewery where these are made, what cyclists won't do for beer.........
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    went to tailgate at the dc united game last night and drank a bunch... (last time I had alcohol was 6 months ago(?)) of dogfish head 60minute IPA.

    Racing a crit in 2 hours. I'm trying to remember if racing on a hangover is really bad or actually good. meh.
    coils of the serpent unwind

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    Default A rare find

    I had a bomber of Double Bastard last night. One of my all time favorites. It's a good thing it's so hard to find!
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    Default Friday Beer call

    What are the latest finds at the beer store? Pics welcome and appreciated. It is going to be in the mid-high 80's here with no wind and high humidity, so I'm probably going to get something light. I've really been enjoying the Modelo Especial (in the clear bottle) lately, not tons of flavor, but light and clean and really good when the temps are high and the beer is cold.
     

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    I'm at work right now and in about 30minutes at 4pm PST it will be Friday beer bash, a welcome holdover from the origins of silicon valley. I don't work at some web 2.0 startup or even at the glamour houses (google, facebook, linked-in,...etc.) where there is food everywhere all the time BUT, we still have beer bash which includes camraderie, probably 12-15 bottle choices and various real food. best of all, I already did my 25 miles mid-day and am wearing shorts and my Ventana Mountain Bikes tee. Here's to you all!:beerglass:
     

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    I may down the usual.

    Can't get away from the German wheat beers.

    But maybe none at all. We're planning on a 100 miler at 6:30 AM.

    But maybe 1.... :angel: or 2....

    La Cheeserie!

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    If you're ever in Budapest (I just was) there's a small restaurant that serves 85 different Belgian beers! Great food too.
     

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    Im in toronto and I am drinking something called Sub Zero.

    I have never heard of it.
    we are about to break the surly bonds of gravity and punch the face of God!

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    mmmm....pliny. not for the faint of heart however. like pine sap, but in a good way.

    i like the wheats (and double wheat) for the heat. with a modest citrus squeeze, please. bells oberon, big boss double wit (a local), pyramid apricot come to mind immediately.

    despite my advice, on the desk in front of me is a bells 2 hearted. i'm a total hop-head.
     

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    oh sweet honey baby sex-in-a-bottle i've found a new one that melts in my mouth and tingles the tingly parts.

    but before we get to that one. i just finished a


    and another good one from atlanta that's gaining popularity in my fridge is:





    enough teasing

    here

    is

    the

    new

    oh-my-god

    now

    that's almost too good beer:



    porters and stouts and ales oh my!






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    The old standby



    Yummy



    Saw it and wanted to give it a try.

     

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    still have some 'ling Black&Tan kicking around in the fridge.:thumbs_up:
     

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    It's bottling night here. The steam beer looks awesome, I'll be sorely tempted to try one of them before giving it enough time to condition in the bottle. The experimental brew looks, um, different. Maybe some good will come of it, but I doubt it.
     

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    Tonight's choice was Miller Genuine Draft 64.
    It has a very special wateriness to it. Heck, at 64 calories per bottle...
     

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    I rode from So. Bend, IN to New Buffalo, MI and back today (about 70 miles),
    so I had a couple of Bell's Oberon to celebrate.
    The 18mph headwind blew in some blue sky by the time I got to the beach,
    so I win again.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue Jays View Post
    Tonight's choice was Miller Genuine Draft 64.
    It has a very special wateriness to it. Heck, at 64 calories per bottle...
    just add ice (enough to displace 40 calories) to a light beer. and a twist. buddy of mine calls that a "country boy cooler".


    porters and stouts and ales i say.:beerglass:






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    Default We're in a Belgiem mood

    Some Leffe...
     

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    Default Beer and Bikes

    http://www.bicycling.com/beer/?cm_mm...ideshow-_-beer

    Beer and bikes generally means an IF logo nearby, but no Darren interview??? Somehow this article and it's list seems incomplete without VSalon's own master of the beer and bike combo.

    Calling all Darrens, is this a good list?

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    seems as though they went with mostly lighter summers beers and some fruity ones. i've had a handful of those but i'll usually drink the higher % stuff even in the summer.

    the flying dog tire bite is a good choice as are there other offerings. on the other end, the tangerine wheat is a fruity wheat that you should stay away from.

    did you guys see this?

    "This double India Pale Ale is the height of hoppiness and clocks in at 8.7-percent ABV and 85 bittering units (Dale's has 65, Sierra Nevada has 37, and Budweiser has 9)."
     

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