Warped VIII

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  1. Gerg

    Gerg Cupcake

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    I saw you sneak in that IPA back a few pages.

    We've bought 2 kegs of Stout the last two years and there has been at least 5 gallons left over both years, maybe a bit more. If Jeff hadn't had the empty 5 gallon kegs to draw it into we'd have poured it on the ground. Not a good thing. This is why I think we need to have some lighter beers for the masses. Red is much lighter than the stout and the IPA is, as it says, it's just outstanding. I don't think we'll have a problem drinking two of them. But 5 kegs total? We'll need the full 100 ish to even come close to polishing all that off.

    Jeff and I have been talking behind everyone's back :evil We agree, the Stout crowd is more vocal but a bunch of lightweights when it comes to Olympic Class drinking :loaded(that and after 8 years we're getting older and don't drink quite as much... most of us anyway :D)

    Gerg :freaky
  2. pierce

    pierce Aven'Tourer

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    I personally like the red and the stout. the IPA *is* very good, but its hard to drink more than a couple of them. so I'd say, ideally saturday should be 1 red, 1 stout....
  3. CA Stu

    CA Stu Steer with your face! Super Moderator

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    Yo, that's how we do it, gangsta.

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    Edit: Stout is too damn filling to have a whole keg, it'll never get finished.
  4. Gerg

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    Well...gasp... we could throw in a keg of Blonde!

    But then I can maybe do something else... 5 gallon kegs? Sure be nice if they would do 7.5 gallon kegs, it'd be a no brainer... One of each :D
  5. Bigger Al

    Bigger Al Still a stupid tire guy

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    Do they brew root beer?










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  6. Windrat

    Windrat just a poser

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    Id bet if we had a tasting the blonde would be well liked
    by all
    good thing i know where they sell it
  7. Ben Carufel

    Ben Carufel Boxer Addict

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    My F800 is an "S", so no good on the dirt.

    When I do get a GS, it'll be an Airhead. I'd prefer to skip the fuel pump, injectors, and associated electronics. Plus I've already got a nice collection of Airhead tools!
  8. Gerg

    Gerg Cupcake

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    Make sure you come by camp before you buy, we just might have a blond :deal
  9. DaFoole

    DaFoole Erudite inchoate...

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    :thumb
  10. Gerg

    Gerg Cupcake

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    Got room to transport a keg?
    :evil
  11. RAZR

    RAZR I'll cut ya

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    i love Kern River Brewing Company's Red ! ! !! :clap


    i'll be driving my van. need me to pick up a keg or 5?:ear
  12. DaFoole

    DaFoole Erudite inchoate...

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    Nope. Bringin' the Super Tenere'.....:clap

    This will sorely limit my beer hauling potential...:cry

    ...thus, you will be seeing a lot more of me...:lol3
  13. Gerg

    Gerg Cupcake

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    Well then, looks like you're gonna be pretty useless... :evil

    And this seals it for me, another year of the Jeep! Guess I had better fix it!!!

    We're going to need someone trailering from the Sacto Area.

    Thanks but we need somone from up north to drag Jeff's keg down.

    Gerg
  14. pierce

    pierce Aven'Tourer

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    I entertained that idea for awhile. I went so far as to thinking that an early style R80G/S with later style R100 jugs would be the way to go. But I get along better with electronics than carbs. I dunno, my oilhead r1100rs has been plenty reliable.
  15. Y E T I

    Y E T I No Talent Ass Clown

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    Ben is still young enough that he thinks old is "cool."


    Soon enough, he'll be old enough to realize that new has its advantages. :gerg
  16. Ben Carufel

    Ben Carufel Boxer Addict

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    What's it like to be old?
  17. Y E T I

    Y E T I No Talent Ass Clown

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    Ask LTS. :deal
  18. RAZR

    RAZR I'll cut ya

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    i just had Kern River Brewing Company's Winter Ale at Mohawk Bend in Echo Park (L.A.).

    that shit is delicious ! ! ! :slurp
  19. pierce

    pierce Aven'Tourer

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    as long as its not spiced or flavored. I can't stand spiced or flavored beers. I don't care if its cinnamon and cloves in a Christmas ale, or coffee in a porter, or vanilla in a cream stout, it all tastes nasty in beer.
  20. RAZR

    RAZR I'll cut ya

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    nope. dark and rich and slightly bitter but smoother than IPA.:freaky