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Old 01-09-2012, 02:51 PM   #181
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You can't go wrong with Kern River Brewery, everything I've had from there has been very good, if not great.
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 We agree, the Stout crowd is more vocal but a bunch of lightweights when it comes to Olympic Class drinking (that and after 8 years we're getting older and don't drink quite as much... most of us anyway )

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Old 01-09-2012, 03:07 PM   #182
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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 We agree, the Stout crowd is more vocal but a bunch of lightweights when it comes to Olympic Class drinking (that and after 8 years we're getting older and don't drink quite as much... most of us anyway )

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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....
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Old 01-09-2012, 03:25 PM   #183
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If Jeff hadn't had the empty 5 gallon kegs to draw it into we'd have poured it on the ground.
Yo, that's how we do it, gangsta.




Edit: Stout is too damn filling to have a whole keg, it'll never get finished.
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Old 01-09-2012, 04:03 PM   #184
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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
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Old 01-09-2012, 04:17 PM   #185
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Old 01-09-2012, 04:29 PM   #186
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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
Id bet if we had a tasting the blonde would be well liked
by all
good thing i know where they sell it
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Old 01-09-2012, 05:29 PM   #187
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I'd take a F800GS over a R11/12GS .... just sayin'


the R might be better over a ton, but how often are you riding that fast?
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!
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Old 01-09-2012, 05:32 PM   #188
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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
Make sure you come by camp before you buy, we just might have a blond
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Old 01-09-2012, 06:25 PM   #189
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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!

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Old 01-09-2012, 06:54 PM   #190
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i love Kern River Brewing Company's Red ! ! !!


i'll be driving my van. need me to pick up a keg or 5?
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Got room to transport a keg?
Nope. Bringin' the Super Tenere'.....

This will sorely limit my beer hauling potential...

...thus, you will be seeing a lot more of me...
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Old 01-09-2012, 08:19 PM   #193
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Nope. Bringin' the Super Tenere'.....

This will sorely limit my beer hauling potential...

...thus, you will be seeing a lot more of me...
Well then, looks like you're gonna be pretty useless...

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.

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


i'll be driving my van. need me to pick up a keg or 5?
Thanks but we need somone from up north to drag Jeff's keg down.

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Old 01-09-2012, 08:21 PM   #194
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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!
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.
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Old 01-09-2012, 09:13 PM   #195
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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.
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.
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