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Old 05-16-06, 08:40 PM   #1
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Favorite Post-Ride brew?

If you were to endulge yourself with a post-ride brew , what is your 1st choice ?
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Old 05-16-06, 08:41 PM   #2
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Hrnnnn, the usual is plain old water... I've been known to drink a few Guinness, but im really liking a Western Canadian brew called "Grasshopper", tastes real nice after a workout..
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Florida's Natural Lemonade Ice Tea.

Yeah I know, I suck.
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Hmmmm, that is tough. But I'd probably have to say a pint of whatever is in the fridge at the time. I'm not too picky.
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Is the question really "what is your favorite beer?" Then Guinness. I don't generally drink after riding but maybe I should try it.
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Alcohaolic, probably keiths for beer, and southern comfort for hard(er).

If not, gimme a mountian dew, 7up or sprite.
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Ah, Old Swill. Do they still sell that stuff in silos?

I'd say my favorite post-ride beer would have to be New Glarus Spotted Cow. Though I wish we could get Fat Tire 'round here.
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Yahoo on the Dew...actually water. I used to like to drink when I was younger. (I guess I'm only 30 now), but now it just dehydrates me and makes me tired and ready for bed.

My post ride brew back then would have been Morgan and Coke.
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.... Though I wish we could get Fat Tire 'round here.
I've been enjoying a few of those tonight . Fat Tire is the most drinkable brew I've ever found .
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I've been enjoying a few of those tonight . Fat Tire is the most drinkable brew I've ever found .
I've got a cut on my arm from last night's ride. Would you like to rub some salt in it?
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I've been enjoying a few of those tonight . Fat Tire is the most drinkable brew I've ever found .
I don't know how you guys drink that nasty crap! To me it has a nasty after taste. Give me a Moose Drool and I am happy.
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Something really sugary like a soda would give me a stomach ache while riding. Alchohol, not old enough+ I won't ever drink anyways.

I usually will swig gatorade or powerade, sometimes juice.
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I don't know how you guys drink that nasty crap! To me it has a nasty after taste. Give me a Moose Drool and I am happy.
Hey, don't get on our case. Talk to the guy who likes Old Milwaukee.
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I won't ever drink anyways.
But all the cool kids are doing it.
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Fat Tire, maybe Alaskan Amber, though once I rode into a headwind all day at 85 degrees to Lake Fort Peck. I set up camp then dragged my really tired rear end into a local watering hole and they served me the largest of large, very cold, ice encrusted pitcher of Rrrraaaaaaiiinnnierrrr Beer. Da Bes!
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But all the cool kids are doing it.
What is exactly cool? I think bikers are cool. I think people who use their brains are cool.
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I usually just drink water, but if tempted......

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What is exactly cool? I think bikers are cool. I think people who use their brains are cool.
It's also cool to stay in school. Remember that.
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It's also cool to stay in school. Remember that.
Drugs aren't cool. Alchohol is a depressant. Therefore, alchohol isn't cool.
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water... but on occation: natty ice.
really, after a hard ride, any beer is excellent.
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Hefeweizen
Guiness
New Castle
Mississippi Mud
I also like Coronas w/lime but I always get a stomach ache the next morning.
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