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Old 06-16-13, 07:31 AM
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spent some time starting to build the box for my cargo bike this weekend.





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My son and I had to test out the new cargo box on the commute today. It's still a work in progress , but usable.






we pass adobe headquarters on the way.



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Why has all the Bundaberg gone? They fit perfectly in bottle cages and taste so good.
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Bundy is the good stuff. Thankfully, I have found a source for it here. Goslings is good too. Blenheim is first rate as well.
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Bundy is the good stuff. Thankfully, I have found a source for it here. Goslings is good too. Blenheim is first rate as well.
It's scare in Scotland but thankfully for Costco I too have found a safe supply. Fentimans in my opinion is still the best out there.
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Is anyone aware of the beer Piney the Elder? Apparently it's popular but scarce, and made somewhere in the Bay area. Friends back east keep asking me to send them some, but it's not easy to come by. Wasnt sure if this was a well known beer or what.
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Is anyone aware of the beer Piney the Elder? Apparently it's popular but scarce, and made somewhere in the Bay area. Friends back east keep asking me to send them some, but it's not easy to come by. Wasnt sure if this was a well known beer or what.
I've heard of it, but I believe it is pliny the elder
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I've heard of it, but I believe it is pliny the elder
Right , exactly. Piney the Elder.
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Posted this before, but its been awhile. Campy Athena Aero brakes affixed to a chrome Tommasini fork

Beautiful shot Wino Ryder! It's not easy to make aluminum shine next to chrome but you sure pulled it off... really nice!
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Originally Posted by -holiday76
Is anyone aware of the beer Piney the Elder? Apparently it's popular but scarce, and made somewhere in the Bay area. Friends back east keep asking me to send them some, but it's not easy to come by. Wasnt sure if this was a well known beer or what.
I've heard tales of its high quality. Mostly of family and friends who go to special keg tappings in Philadelphia at all kings of weird hours. I also heard from someone on a recent trip to Oregon that they had a keg of it saved up for a special occasion. They're pretty serious about beer up there.
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Originally Posted by -holiday76
Is anyone aware of the beer Piney the Elder? Apparently it's popular but scarce, and made somewhere in the Bay area. Friends back east keep asking me to send them some, but it's not easy to come by. Wasnt sure if this was a well known beer or what.
Pliny the Elder (spelled with an L) is brewed by the Russian River Brewing Company in Santa Rosa, CA. I believe their website has a list of shops selling it in bottles.
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Originally Posted by -holiday76
My son and I had to test out the new cargo box on the commute today. It's still a work in progress , but usable.






we pass adobe headquarters on the way.




WOw 1st time looking at adobe building is different than I thought LoL. Anyway nice cargo
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Originally Posted by DiegoFrogs
I've heard tales of its high quality. Mostly of family and friends who go to special keg tappings in Philadelphia at all kings of weird hours. I also heard from someone on a recent trip to Oregon that they had a keg of it saved up for a special occasion. They're pretty serious about beer up there.
My brother is a way bigger beer snob than me. He moved to Portland Oregon 2 years ago. I've asked him about the breweries out west and he surprised me by not gloating about them (the way he does with Portland in general). His opinion is that there are a LOT of breweries, but only a small amount are actually great. He misses Michigan beers that he can't get on the west coast (Founder's and Bells).

Then there is the food: When he is in town, he always makes sure to go to Fat Heads in Cleveland. The beer is excellent and the food is alarmingly unhealthy. He claims that food in Portland doesn't seem to reach the same disgusting heights as it does in Ohio.

This is a headwhich from fatheads. Most of the menu items are about this size. It's roughly the size of a human head.
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Right , exactly. Piney the Elder.
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Pliny the Elder
In case anyone thought they might have made up the name;

Gaius Plinius Secundus (AD 23 – August 25, AD 79), better known as Pliny the Elder, was a Roman author, naturalist, and natural philosopher, as well as naval and army commander of the early Roman Empire, and personal friend of the emperor Vespasian. Spending most of his spare time studying, writing or investigating natural and geographic phenomena in the field, he wrote an encyclopedic work, Naturalis Historia, which became a model for all other encyclopedias. Pliny the Younger, his nephew, wrote of him in a letter to the historian Tacitus.
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That Piney was an impressive man.
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My son and I had to test out the new cargo box on the commute today. It's still a work in progress , but usable.






we pass adobe headquarters on the way.



What's the source of the frame?
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Piney the Elder told me about them.
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I've off and on been thinking about building one, or having it built, for the past 7 or eight years.

Edit: Looks like I might want to continue in that direction....
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