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    #1: Atlas

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    This was a Damn Good IPA, a collaboration with someone I've forgotten. Atlas is my favorite DC brewery for beer - there are other breweries I like visiting better, but Atlas has the best beer. The Damn Good was not bad. Wife and I discussed signing the kids up for BAFS next year - Gremlin 2 rode from our house to Atlas then back to Brookland Pint for dinner (though I have to go get her bike from there tomorrow morning, she didn't quite make the full round trip).

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    Rules question: do rides to breweries outside of the area count? I have a trip across the other pond next month, and it looks like Tokyo now has a bike share AND a new Hitachino Nest brewery...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitty View Post
    Rules question: do rides to breweries outside of the area count? I have a trip across the other pond next month, and it looks like Tokyo now has a bike share AND a new Hitachino Nest brewery...
    I'm not in charge of the rules, but I'm pretty sure it's all good as long as you bike there. I hope it counts too as we're going to be in the same situation in February.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitty View Post
    Rules question: do rides to breweries outside of the area count? I have a trip across the other pond next month, and it looks like Tokyo now has a bike share AND a new Hitachino Nest brewery...
    If they don't I'm SOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitty View Post
    Rules question: do rides to breweries outside of the area count? I have a trip across the other pond next month, and it looks like Tokyo now has a bike share AND a new Hitachino Nest brewery...
    Yes, a beerneuring ride can be outside of the DMV area. You just have to meet the one mile minimum to count as a Freezing Saddles ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by consularrider View Post
    If they don't I'm SOL.
    I would never want to deny you the fun of beerneuring.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitty View Post
    Rules question: do rides to breweries outside of the area count? I have a trip across the other pond next month, and it looks like Tokyo now has a bike share AND a new Hitachino Nest brewery...
    Got a point in Los Angeles a couple of years ago.
    http://bikearlingtonforum.com/showth...056#post131056

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    Careful, though. I lost points last year for riding to a brewery, buying cans, and then proceeding to a friendís place to drink them. Iím still bitter about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by secstate View Post
    Careful, though. I lost points last year for riding to a brewery, buying cans, and then proceeding to a friend’s place to drink them. I’m still bitter about that.
    Was it a can of bitter? So you have to drink it in the brewery's parking lot? I'm not finding much about regular German breweries having tasting rooms, at least not on a walk in basis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by consularrider View Post
    Was it a can of bitter? So you have to drink it in the brewery's parking lot? I'm not finding much about regular German breweries having tasting rooms, at least not on a walk in basis.
    I think Beerbeuring can be won if you manage to do a Danger Panda photo drinking beer ... from a glass ... in the snow.

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