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  • Favourite trail beer?
  • Premier Icon charliedontsurf
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    I have recently moved from henry Westons Cider to a new product here at Singletrack for my midride “sports drink”. I guess that come with moving from the south to the north.

    I have been sneaking this into the Singletrack photographs recently… and no one seems to have notice that we now sell beer here. We have also been product testing too…. It’s a tough job.

    Out in the Minneapolis, where the Surly Bikes guys live, beer freezes solid before the fourth swig, but it was -25c when I was there.

    Can or bottles. Burpy beer or flat beer?

    Come on then… what is the best midride beer? What makes for a great trail beer?

    Quick link to my new trail beer…. other beers are available. Riding and drinking is dumb and dangerous, and probably not even cool. Other blah blah small print.

    https://singletrackworld.com/shop/singletrack-black-ipa-4-ale-beer/

    Premier Icon binners
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    Premier Icon paulneenan76
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    This time of year its a nice malty porter or stout. Deffo not lager or cider.

    Premier Icon munrobiker
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    I don’t really think beer and bikes mix, and am a bit baffled by the way so much American bike stuff marketing pivots around beer being involved.

    Premier Icon kcal
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    Spey Valley Sunshine on Keith
    Sunshine on Keith
    .. maybe the Spay’s Hardware.

    or 6o North Brevet
    Brevet

    Premier Icon ton
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    most blonde or pales are good.

    semer water blonde is very nice, or loweswater gold.

    Premier Icon MadPierre
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    A nice glass of sherry…

    Premier Icon nbt
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    Finish the ride then a nice beer. Mid-ride? no thanks

    Premier Icon Keva
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    ye same as nbt. I prefer to wait until I get back.

    Premier Icon IdleJon
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    Finish the ride then a nice beer. Mid-ride? no thanks

    This. Tiny Rebel Cwtch after the ride.

    Premier Icon ads678
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    Trail beer! Is this actually a thing? Do people actually take beer with them on a ride?

    Stopping at a pub on a nice sunny day fair enough, bit I’d never take it with me!!

    Premier Icon Rubber_Buccaneer
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    Depends what’s on draught at the pub.

    I note the STW beer is sold in cans, is that because the stupid headset spacer/bottle opener doesn’t work very well…

    Premier Icon binners
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    Hip flask full of Absinthe, obviously

    Premier Icon 40mpg
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    Gotta read the small print!

    Premier Icon IHN
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    Can or bottles.

    Well, to go by what’s on sale here, stupid little expensive cans for maximum beardybikewanker points.

    Three quid for a little can of hipster fuel, sheesh.

    Premier Icon Houns
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    +1 mid ride pub stop (for an HPA)

    Premier Icon hooli
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    A mid ride pub stop in the summer is one of life’s simple pleasures, in winter it involves getting too hot or cold and a cold ride home.

    Premier Icon edhornby
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    beer mid-ride is grim, makes you not want to ride. I’d also say the same for café stop in the middle of a road ride as well FWIW because it’s the stopping then starting again.

    If your ride doesn’t finish at a pub you need to work on your map skills : )

    Premier Icon kazafaza
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    Spring: Wychcraft Ruby
    Summertime: Kopparberg Lime and Strawberry
    Autumn: Guiness
    Winter: whatever’s great from the flask!

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    Premier Icon eddiebaby
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    Pricing looks a bit OTT. Best of luck.

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    £18 for 6, you’re taking the piss right?

    Pretty much every shop has 3 for a fiver or 4 for £6. Lidl and Aldi are about £1.50 a can….

    Premier Icon yourguitarhero
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    Bit weak for a Black IPA

    Premier Icon kayla1
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    A nice lager, something like Amstel or Moretti please.

    Premier Icon joshvegas
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    I don’t really think beer and bikes mix, and am a bit baffled by the way so much American bike stuff marketing pivots around beer being involved.

    same here.

    Them:
    “We’ve put a bottle opener on
    -this fixed gear tool
    -this chainring
    -this drop out
    -this headset spacer”

    Me:
    “Cool, how much for one that doesn’t have one?”

    Premier Icon winston
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    Wayne's World Pizza Hut

    Premier Icon rOcKeTdOg
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    If it’s in a tin, I’m not in.

    Needs to be dark and come with a head and be poured from a hand pump

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    Premier Icon sc-xc
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    £18 for 6, you’re taking the piss right?

    Pretty much every shop has 3 for a fiver or 4 for £6. Lidl and Aldi are about £1.50 a can….

    Plus £8 postage! This is bullshit. Are we that **** gullible?

    Premier Icon crikey
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    Hurrah for hipster bullshit.

    Premier Icon gastromonkey
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    I like something “craft” from a small brewery. This is possibly the most singletrack beer product. Can we have a growler cage and growler in the STW shop?

    Premier Icon gastromonkey
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    Here’s the link to fat bikes and beer.

    Premier Icon thegeneralist
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    Worst stealth ad evah

    Premier Icon Garry_Lager
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    If it’s in a tin, I’m not in.

    Needs to be dark and come with a head and be poured from a hand pump

    Fit three of those in a camelbak no prob.

    Premier Icon matt_outandabout
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    Winters finest.
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    Premier Icon rOcKeTdOg
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    If it’s in a tin, I’m not in.

    Needs to be dark and come with a head and be poured from a hand pump

    Fit three of those in a camelbak no prob.

    Luckily there are establishments that cater for those that like beer.

    Premier Icon jekkyl
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    I like to roll my own mid ride enhancement rather than drinking it.

    Premier Icon nbt
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    Dark Island. Good call.

    Premier Icon epicyclo
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    joshvegas

    same here.

    Them:
    “We’ve put a bottle opener on
    -this fixed gear tool
    -this chainring
    -this drop out
    -this headset spacer”

    Me:
    “Cool, how much for one that doesn’t have one?”

    Anyway everyone knows a real singlespeeder doesn’t need a bottle opener.

    They either use their eye socket, or bite the neck off the bottle…

    Premier Icon bearnecessities
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    I’m up for supporting your local forum for dickheads by purchasing some stuff, but when 12 small cans with premier discount is £3.50 each…?!

    Premier Icon thestabiliser
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    8 ace

    Premier Icon halifaxpete
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    Remember having 4-5 pints of Shredder from Magic Rock on their bike day afew years ago and ending up in a bush with a buckled wheel en route home, took it steadier ever since and only have 1-2 post ride if I’m bimbling home afterwards on the pushiron. Brewdog/Wainright/Farmers blonde are my picks at the moment.

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