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    session friday

    so fridays at the shop are "session friday," where at 5:00 we start drinking until we close at 6 or so and everyone is invited. we stand around and drink and talk about the rides we did that day or earlier or whatever. any customers who happen to be hanging around, if they desire, get a beer and can join us. it's sort of a mini party to get us ready for the weekend.

    we call it session friday because we drink Session Lager
    http://www.fullsailbrewing.com/session.cfm

    if you guys don't have something like this where you are, i encourage you to talk to your bike shop and make it happen. until then, come have a beer with us.

    happy session friday everyone. rock on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pablosnazzy View Post
    we call it session friday because we drink Session Lager.
    Ewwwwww . . . when you could have Odell 90 Shilling?

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    funny you say that...we also have 90 shilling, and whatever other beers people bring.

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    There you go . . . really like that and the Isolation Ale. Moab Brewery has some good selections too. Have another one on my behalf, eh?

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    What a bunch of alcoholics.
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    What's the attitude about Fat Tire beer? I personally enjoy it as a beer. But I was wondering how it is received by Fat Tire bikers in Colorado?
    I think its disgusting and terrible how people treat Lance Armstrong, especially after winning 7 Tour de France Titles while on drugs!

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    you need to turn your session beer drinking in to beer brewing all those hands going to waste.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daspydyr View Post
    What's the attitude about Fat Tire beer? I personally enjoy it as a beer. But I was wondering how it is received by Fat Tire bikers in Colorado?
    I don't know why, but people here are snobby about Fat Tire.
    OB Dale's seems to be the most popular can coming out of backpacks on many rides. (maybe cuz Dale is a Spot-riding SS-ing MTB fool)
    Who cares what your bike weighs, just ride it!

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    If you had my job this would not seem like a good idea........I'm just sayin'.
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    Currently session-ing some of this. Urrrrrrrrp.

    After doing some of this. Next up: taping/mudding the walls, leveling the exposed sub-floor for tile prep.

    But...the in-laws are around this weekend. Packing them off down to the city tomorrow morning , then going for a ride. And ride Monday. Sloooowly getting back to riding as usual.
    Still awaiting the re-lacing of my hardtail rear wheel; riding the squishy bike isn't really a hardship, though.

    Lubes: I hear ya on the OB stuff! I'm more partial to the Chub or their Imperial Stout, when it can be found local to me. Not a big ale fan. There are a couple places out east here that do some pretty decent micro-in-a-can brews as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbiker66 View Post
    If you had my job this would not seem like a good idea........I'm just sayin'.
    I imagine not. It's a fine thing that you do, 66. Hats off to you.

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    Good chance that Saturday will be the final DJ session of the year. Then it's to a pure diet of street.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daspydyr View Post
    What's the attitude about Fat Tire beer? I personally enjoy it as a beer. But I was wondering how it is received by Fat Tire bikers in Colorado?
    we drink new belgium a lot, it's "the standard." also, we used to have a new belgium rep in town, so ANY event we had, including "hey, party at my place" was "sponsored" by new belgiu with a keg. yes, we like fat tire, but we often prefer other beers. my current favorite is the Kona Brewing Company Pipeline Porter, a coffee beer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dminor View Post
    I imagine not. It's a fine thing that you do, 66. Hats off to you.
    Keep yer hat on D, we all do our thing. I was proud of one of our guys this week though sorry to hijack..... continue with the festivities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbiker66 View Post
    Keep yer hat on D, we all do our thing. I was proud of one of our guys this week though sorry to hijack..... continue with the festivities.

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    Not as of yet but we've had people calling and coming by to give Derrel money. I ran him to the bank so he could put some money in his account the other night. I also watched him give a guy the coat off his back yesterday. A man ask me for a coat and before I could dig in the storage room for one Mr Blocker took his off and handed to to the man. He said he had another that someone had given him.
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