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    Quote Originally Posted by Emm View Post
    If anyone is legit crazy enough to purposefully break their bike mid-ride on a gorgeous day, then um...they likely really haven't thought that one through.

    I was joking about the extra points since it was my way to lighten the mood on an otherwise pretty negative experience of missing 25 miles of a gravel ride during a beautiful day and having to spend Monday night driving across town to a bike shop, so no worries about the points. I was moreso trying to score some sympathy beer at Thursday's Happy Hour I am never going be competitive in this one anyways thanks to not being furloughed!
    You never know how competitive some folks will get and I'd hate for an innocent bicycle to get harmed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrenaut View Post
    Atlas. An old favorite. I had the Resilience IPA, which helps support some charity but I didn't like all that much, and the Apricot IPA, which is extremely apricot-y and unexpectedly good.
    Now, more than ever, Beerneuring is providing an important function in the local economy.

    I saw on DCist today that, as a result of the shutdown, Atlas (like everyone else) can't get new labels approved. As such - they can't proceed with canning/bottling their limited releases such as the Apricot IPA, and whatever they can't sell in the taproom may end up poured down the drain. Sad!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LhasaCM View Post
    Now, more than ever, Beerneuring is providing an important function in the local economy.

    I saw on DCist today that, as a result of the shutdown, Atlas (like everyone else) can't get new labels approved. As such - they can't proceed with canning/bottling their limited releases such as the Apricot IPA, and whatever they can't sell in the taproom may end up poured down the drain. Sad!
    So you're saying it's patriotic to drink local beer? I regret that I have but one liver to give to my country

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrenaut View Post
    So you're saying it's patriotic to drink local beer? I regret that I have but one liver to give to my country

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    “Ask not what your country can do for your liver, but what your liver can do for the country.” - John F. Kennedy


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    New District dark bourbon nitro sour

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    Quote Originally Posted by huskerdont View Post
    New District dark bourbon nitro sour
    My mouth was watering until I got to "sour".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hancockbs View Post
    My mouth was watering until I got to "sour".
    I've recently gotten into sours but it kinda sounds like that's too many adjectives for one beer

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrenaut View Post
    I've recently gotten into sours but it kinda sounds like that's too many adjectives for one beer
    I thought it might end up being a bit confused, but it was delicious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judd View Post
    “Ask not what your country can do for your liver, but what your liver can do for the country.” - John F. Kennedy
    "If you're biking down the right path and you're willing to keep drinking, eventually you'll make progress." - Me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obama View Post
    "If you're biking down the right path and you're willing to keep drinking, eventually you'll make progress." - Me
    Thanks, Obama!


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