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Discussion in 'Trip Planning' started by Jeff B, Sep 27, 2010.
Dude, here in Alaska, we would call that half -full....
I likes me those cases tho...
Party's at onaXR's house!
This thing works great. I think it's designed for atv use.
That's it under the tent and bed roll. I know it's a little bit Clampet but it works well
Glad to know I'm not the only crazy person out there to consider trying one of those ATV rack bags on a motorcycle. Looks like it works pretty damn good too. I may still do that. I converted my Triumph tailpack to a mini-cooler but am thinking I'd rather have a bag like this. We'll see....
Transporting your beer is only half the equation - Micatech beverage holders hard at work in Mexico
So just the other day I'm driving my cage slowly thru a beautiful mountain road when out of nowhere a bunch of dirt bikes with license tags piloted by Beer crazed asylum inmates blows me off the road into a ditch
I've had bottles pop the cork, but never had a can explode. I've shook cans hard as a joke for a friend and never had one explode. I'm guessing something punctured a can.
This works pretty well.
+1. Way simpler.
Get a vacuum insulated growler and fill up at a tavern along the route.
These things keep beer cold for many hours in the hottest weather, hold pressure, won't puncture, leak, or break, and no containers to carry in or out of camp. The 21 oz holds a big bottle microbrew. Refill as needed.
Nice M.A.D.D. sticker to throw off the scent.
My co-worker packed beer and dry ice in a cooler, then wrapped it in tape. The plan was to surprise everyone 3 days into a river rafting trip in the middle of nowhere. When he took them out, they were frozen. :eek1
I've hiked with nitrogen charged Bodington's, and had no problems. After a day and a half on the trail, even warm beer is good. I thought I was really travelling light by only taking half of the 4-pack. Next time it will be something lighter like whiskey.
I did a 3 week float trip in the Alaska wilderness. We were bowhunting caribou and fishing. We were limited to 100 lbs each, which included food, camp gear, clothing, personal items, camera gear, hunting gear, fishing gear, etc. We took a flask of Everclear, which is 199 proof. Half an once with a pint of Tang each night got us through the whole time. One night we had a couple of pints of laced Tang and got silly.
My olympia AST jacket has a big assed rear waterproof cooler, er I mean pocket just perfect for 2 tall boys with ice, I am the cooler.
I've found Sapporo in those hearty cans are able to take more abuse than your average beer can. That is my first choice for moto-camping along with some Dale's Pale Ale wrapped in a towel.
She said no, but did do the ADV salute for us.
This store is in PA Jeff. Maybe you'd have better luck.
I'm used to the rejection. My wife keeps me in practice.