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Old 04-10-2006, 06:05 PM   #1
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Default Pilgrimage to Tuckermans Ravine?

Anyone from NE planning on making the pilgrimage to Tuckermans in the next few weeks? I'd like to set up a tasting session on the lunch rocks after a few runs if anyone is interested.

http://www.tuckerman.org/

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Old 04-10-2006, 06:11 PM   #2
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Anyone from NE planning on making the pilgrimage to Tuckermans in the next few weeks? I'd like to set up a tasting session on the
I wish I could join you . I used to snowboard there and on Mt. Washington every winter I lived in NE (2001-2004). We will be moving back and I'd be up for this next season.

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Old 04-10-2006, 06:48 PM   #3
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We shall hoist a few in your name, Also looking forward to sampling some of your wheat beer's at HoJo's in 2007

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We shall hoist a few in your name, Also looking forward to sampling some of your wheat beer's at HoJo's in 2007
I'm not sure about wheat beers, as they may be difficult to brew in the cold NE winter months . But a Doppelbock looks like a very good option.

If only MSR (a well known back-packing equipment manufacturer) would make a tap system for back-packing .

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MSR doesn't make one, but the pig farm does.

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Well we made it out and back from Tuckermans Ravine last week

Go here to see the complete field report with some pix as well as a hijacked SNCA clone recipe

http://www.basementbrewer.blogspot.com/

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Looks like you guys had a good trip after all. We definitely have to hook up for next winter season on Mt. Washington. I can't wait to call this my playground again

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