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Old 08-24-2010, 02:22 AM   #21
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Holy moly!!! motorcycles...beer...road trip... what else could you ask for?!

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Epic Trip. I look forward to see the film.

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...A team of Hazmat guys inspected the trailer and detained us for nearly two hours. Homebrewing in the US is legal and also in Canada, the beer is for promotional use only and not to be sold. They were litterally puzzled by the whole affair and confused by why ...very amussing , but not on film .
You're lucky it only took two hours.
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I love the pics in post #8

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Old 08-24-2010, 07:07 PM   #25
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Wow am I thirsty now!
My hat off to you, Mr. Bowenz, for a successful and epic adventure of a lifetime.
I will be telling a lot of people about this.
You are my hero.
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Old 08-25-2010, 02:10 AM   #26
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Any chance we miht be able to obtain this arctic recipe?

or will it be published in book form for us to purchase?

I am jealous that im not on the east coast to try the beer give away

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The ride was long and difficult on a motorcycle , 3100 miles in 3 weeks while brewing beer away from home while making a movie with 7 people in Quebec and the Nunavat. My filmmakers are from Moscow but speak pretty good English, but as far as I know , no one has ever done anything like this before and the look of the US customs people when I crossed the boarder was worth the whole trip. A team of Hazmat guys inspected the trailer and detained us for nearly two hours. Homebrewing in the US is legal and also in Canada, the beer is for promotional use only and not to be sold. They were litterally puzzled by the whole affair and confused by why ...very amussing , but not on film .



I made Forbes Magazine last month on this adventure , you can read it here:
http://www.forbes.com/forbes/2010/06...e-brewing.html
The stuff dreams are made of. Beer and motorcycles. Looks like a BMW 1150GS and an R100 airhead. I've got an '04 1150GS Adv and a '73 R75/5. Great bikes.

Come on. 3100 miles in 3 weeks? In Canada!! There's nothing wrong with that ride.

Is this documentary going to be like Alton Brown and "Feasting on Asphalt"? Can't wait to see it. Good work.
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The stuff dreams are made of. Beer and motorcycles. Looks like a BMW 1150GS and an R100 airhead. I've got an '04 1150GS Adv and a '73 R75/5. Great bikes.

Come on. 3100 miles in 3 weeks? In Canada!! There's nothing wrong with that ride.

Is this documentary going to be like Alton Brown and "Feasting on Asphalt"? Can't wait to see it. Good work.
Thanks Blane and others ,

What made it difficult was the filming and the weather, it did rain almost 1/2 of the days we were on the road, and stopping constantly to setup shot sequences, and then having to repeat them over and over again. Once we reached the arctic area, it was cold 40degrees, very wet , and high winds, very different than your usual ride, plus helping setup camp , cooking , packing up each day, it was more exhausting than I had imagined.

Yes, I ride a 01, 1150 GS and my partner John rides a 77,R60/7

Bikes and beer go together well , we have some fantastic video and stills of the trip.
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Any chance we miht be able to obtain this arctic recipe?

or will it be published in book form for us to purchase?

I am jealous that im not on the east coast to try the beer give away
The recipe is unusual for 1852, but similar to an English Barleywine, however at this time I am not disclosing it, however I will post it freely for all without reservations and certainly free of charge (but it took me 2 years of research to find it).
I am an amateur brewer so I can't sell beer, but back in April of this year I brewed 16bbls of the recipe at www.thebrewworks.com , you may be able to obtain a bottle from them by contacting Beau Baden the head brewer, I think it depends on the state you are located in.
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Here's a little video ( homemade by the brewery) of our send-off party, this was at 10am on a Sunday morning , but we had almost 250 people , great showing of support for this trip.

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