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Discussion in 'Northeast - Greater Flugistan and home of the carp' started by ottoman, Sep 16, 2008.
No, you only got the sign.
Burger and Beer Mecca-be here when the Amtrak Montrealer goes by around 7pm for added excitement!
You can't go to Lawson's finest liquids brewery, but you can be here for the Thursday delivery!
Big Kid, Hi!
You're both good with your tags.
Thankfully, in Vermont there is no rule against repeat tags, like some of the other more ... ummm ... I'll skip the word I was thinking of .. but maybe "picky" states, would be more appropriate.
All is good.
Been there while searching for the elusive Lawson's.
This is starting to look like a Beer-O-Rama
If you grab it tomorrow, be sure to swing a little further north and check out the trials meet.
Is that in Highgate near the lake (Champlain)?
Yes, just down the road from where the Green Mountain Plonkers were hosting the national trials meet.
Wait, Clayhiker... Is this tag grab valid? It seems the tag getter has failed to show his purchase of the elusive nectar that is known as Lawson's
Hey, nowit's bad enough that I'm gluten-free and can't drink the stuff. Now I've got to buy it, too?
That's cruel and unusual....
...now somebody go grab the new tag and bring it a little further south. I was really hoping someone might be up to the trials event on Sunday (Saturday was good to watch, although the ride home was a bit more adventure-ish than I was expecting...thank you, deep gravel on Rt. 108).
Well, I guess this really is motorcycle scavenger hunt, not a search for the holy grail of VT beers.
Maybe I'm in the minority but shouldn't we be talking bikes, not beers and certainly not bikes and beers at the same time. I am in no way some "goodie goodie" but I can think of a lot of things better than beer while riding bikes.
ex. Licorice or HotDogs! Nothing better than one of those McKenzie's sitting in the steamer at some remote general store.
First off, I have not seen any implication that the beers shown were consumed on the ride, only purchased . I happen feel that supporting and sharing with others , a Vermont based business and great product a good thing for the VT TOR!
"First off I have not seen any implication that the beers shown were consumed on the ride"
I all for supporting local businesses and there are many local products that need your help more than the beer companies. They are doing just fine. Totally being devils advocate here! and if you knew me better you would have better arguments than "shopping local".
You could say I'm a members of WSADR's
These are hardly "beer companies". Sean Lawson is still brewing out of essentially a garage.
I've always looked at it from the view of the rider purchasing a good beverage to enjoy after a nice day of riding. Kinda like going out for groceries.