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Today 11:20 AM
WasabiCanuck
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Originally Posted by hikeswithdogs View Post
Official beer of the dirtbag.....with Rainier and Olympia taking a close 2nd and 3rd place.
Oh Rainier, yes! That brings back memories, I think my uncles drank it back in the 80s. Not sure if you can still get it in Canada. I forgot about that one.
Yesterday 12:14 PM
sabatoa
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Originally Posted by WasabiCanuck View Post
Why do I see all the guys in snowboard videos drinking Pabst Blue Ribbon? Is it super cheap in the states? It is not very common in Canada. I think you can get it but I don't see many guys drinking it. I just watched Resolution by Snowboarder Magazine, briefly I could see a guy drinking Molson Canadian. Haha that is what I drink. But then later in that video a bunch of guy were drinking Pabst and I've seen that in many other videos.

I think it is funny how they hand a guy a beer after he hits a big rail street snowboarding. Haha professional athletes.
PBR is basically America's version of Lucky.
Yesterday 09:37 AM
phillyphan
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Originally Posted by hikeswithdogs View Post
Official beer of the dirtbag.....with Rainier and Olympia taking a close 2nd and 3rd place.
Idk, Clint Eastwood drinks it in Gran Torino and he's a bada$$. If he drinks it, that's good enough for me.
Yesterday 08:00 AM
DaveMcI
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Originally Posted by hikeswithdogs View Post
Yea we've been making our own cold press coffee concentrate for awile now.....keg it and push with nitro and you have some insane good cold press coffee to drink or make chocolate starbucks coffee drinks out of.
When u keg the coffee how many volumes do u carb to?
12-05-2016 05:18 PM
hikeswithdogs
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Originally Posted by snowklinger View Post
its the hipster cheap beer
Official beer of the dirtbag.....with Rainier and Olympia taking a close 2nd and 3rd place.
12-05-2016 05:09 PM
snowklinger
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Originally Posted by WasabiCanuck View Post
Why do I see all the guys in snowboard videos drinking Pabst Blue Ribbon? Is it super cheap in the states? It is not very common in Canada. I think you can get it but I don't see many guys drinking it. I just watched Resolution by Snowboarder Magazine, briefly I could see a guy drinking Molson Canadian. Haha that is what I drink. But then later in that video a bunch of guy were drinking Pabst and I've seen that in many other videos.

I think it is funny how they hand a guy a beer after he hits a big rail street snowboarding. Haha professional athletes.
its the hipster cheap beer
12-05-2016 04:54 PM
hikeswithdogs
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Nitro carbed coffee? I try to keep 2 beers on tap, sometimes 3. I use cold brew coffee in a few porters and stouts with great results. I always give my Vermont IPAS a snowboarding inspired name, or an anti ski name.
Yea we've been making our own cold press coffee concentrate for awile now.....keg it and push with nitro and you have some insane good cold press coffee to drink or make chocolate starbucks coffee drinks out of.
12-05-2016 04:52 PM
DaveMcI Nitro carbed coffee? I try to keep 2 beers on tap, sometimes 3. I use cold brew coffee in a few porters and stouts with great results. I always give my Vermont IPAS a snowboarding inspired name, or an anti ski name.
12-05-2016 04:32 PM
WasabiCanuck Why do I see all the guys in snowboard videos drinking Pabst Blue Ribbon? Is it super cheap in the states? It is not very common in Canada. I think you can get it but I don't see many guys drinking it. I just watched Resolution by Snowboarder Magazine, briefly I could see a guy drinking Molson Canadian. Haha that is what I drink. But then later in that video a bunch of guy were drinking Pabst and I've seen that in many other videos.

I think it is funny how they hand a guy a beer after he hits a big rail street snowboarding. Haha professional athletes.
12-05-2016 04:02 PM
hikeswithdogs
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I'm thinking of getting a catalyst myself. I just build a fermentation chamber with the size of that thing in mind. I bought a 15 gal keggle instead so I can make 10 gallon batches or split into 2 5s. We should get a home brew thread going.
For sure, yea I'm just starting with the catalyst(I"m a brewing newbie)....my next system will be for 10 gallon kegs, long term plan is to have 2-3 beers and cold press coffee on nitro for our backcountry AirB&B at all times. :-)
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