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Old 04-19-01, 08:40 PM   #26
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There was a beer that I tasted a few years back called Kentucky Hemp Beer. It was made from HEMP (which is illegal to grow in the Bluegrass State, but not illegal to make products out of...if that makes sense).
The company must have shut down; their homepage has shut down anyway.
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Old 04-19-01, 09:44 PM   #27
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Originally posted by Monkey Spud

No one said anything about drinking and biking. It was Drinking THEN biking =)
Nor did I. Go back and re read what I said.
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Old 03-01-02, 09:32 PM   #28
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Originally posted by mike
Well, this being Easter weekend and all, I had to start brewing for the bicycle tour that I am organizing for work.

Since the area we will be riding through is famous for it's fruit trees and since the trees should be in flowering bloom during our ride, I decided to make a beer that would reflect the area.

I made hopped apple cider (carbonated) and amber cherry beer. Both were made with juices from fruit of the area we will be traveling.

I've made both in the past and they are fantastic tasting.

Does that sound pretty neat?

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ME! ME!!

Gus, are you paying attention to the Brewmeister?
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Old 03-02-02, 06:50 AM   #29
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I'm a seasonal beer drinker. In the fall and winter, I generally stop in for a Guiness Stout when I have the chance. In the spring and summer I like a wheat ale called Big Rock Grasshopper. It's a little more refreshing than a stout.
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