Re: Beer and Bikes

Wed Jan 23, 2013 7:02 pm

Holy shit, Jake.

So, did you move there? I know you used to live here in Seattle.
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Re: Beer and Bikes

Wed Jan 23, 2013 8:32 pm

I keep forgetting your in Burque Jake. Man one of these day's I'll have to tirp down that way and hit a brewery. :bnarmy:
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Re: Beer and Bikes

Thu Jan 24, 2013 8:23 am

BDawg wrote:Holy shit, Jake.

So, did you move there? I know you used to live here in Seattle.


You might have me confused with someone. I moved here from Dallas. At the very least, this explains why you were asking if I could pour at events, lol.

lunitick1976 wrote:I keep forgetting your in Burque Jake. Man one of these day's I'll have to tirp down that way and hit a brewery. :bnarmy:


Yeah, you gotta come get some La Cumbre. I was impressed with the amount of beer in Burque, but I haven't been impressed with the quality of a lot of it. La Cumbre is definitely an exception to that, as is Marble (surprisingly great oatmeal stout) which you can probably get down there.
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Re: Beer and Bikes

Thu Jan 24, 2013 7:00 pm

Here in Colorado an Upslope craft lager in the shower after a long ride is the perfect combo. Anyone else have a favorite post ride beer?
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Re: Beer and Bikes

Thu Jan 24, 2013 8:33 pm

maxwell wrote:Here in Colorado an Upslope craft lager in the shower after a long ride is the perfect combo. Anyone else have a favorite post ride beer?


For me it is a can of torpedo or Pakos IPA (from snake river brewing) in the stream at the trailhead when mountain biking, and a pilsner (hopefully homebrewed) in the shower for other rides.
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