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    NAME THAT BREW! (and win some swag!)

    **ALRIGHT BOYS AND GIRLS, THIS PART OF THE CONTEST IS OVER! WE'LL BE PICKING OUT OUR FAVORITES AND I'LL POST UP A POLL SO YOU CAN ALL VOTE AND WE CAN FIND OURSELVES A WINNER!**

    Scott Smith of the infamous Ham Creek Brewery has been gracious enough to offer to make up a hearty batch of a special Dirt, Sweat and Gears Brew! If all goes well we'll have plenty at the race and it won't cost NOTHIN'!!

    But Scott won't make it unless we come up with a suitable name, so here's your chance at fame and fortune! (if you like bike stuff, and you know you do!)

    By March 20th, (that's just two short weeks away), post up your ideas for names of this delicious drink! After that we'll sort through the best and post up a poll so that all you good people can vote.

    The winner of this little contest will be brought up on stage at the race and after they are good and humiliated, we'll award them some sweet swag!

    Now you don't have to enter DSG to join in! Maybe you're not the 'ride your tail off for 12 hours straight' type. Maybe you're more of the 'sit on your tail and laugh at the 'ride your tail off for 12 hours stright' guys while you drink free beer' type. That's fair enough. Just come on down to DSG and enjoy some of this soon to be legendary brew! (May as well be there in case you win right?)

    You can't beat fame, fortune, and free beer, so don't miss out!


    Here's what your race promoters came up with in the last 15 minutes:

    DSG Beer (Clay) - Obviously the brains behind the operation!
    Mud Puddle Water (Grant) - This hits close to home because he often drinks out of mud puddles.
    Pedal Pusher Pale (Clay)
    Bonfire Brew (Clay)
    Chain Lube (Grant) - works great but is just a touch sticky
    Free (Grant)
    Mmmmm (Grant) - marketing genius at work!
    Cheap Kitten Magic Water, (a team effort)
    And finally..."Clay is a two bit, snake in the grass, dingle berry Brew of malcontent with a smattering of hops" (I'll let you guess who's idea that one was).

    I'm gonna throw in...
    I Just Passed You Brew
    Dirsweahorse - A lovely blend of Fayetteville dirt, a sampling of sweat, and some runoff from over next to the barn. (Yeah, that one got ya didn't it.)

    Let's hear whatya got!
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    You pretty much filled the tag space all by yourself there Tryon... little too much Java this morning?

    I'll have to drink a couple brews first to get my creative juices flowing.

    Glad to see Scott's going to be bringing the firewater back with him to DSG this year... if Gary Fisher is there, you'll know where to find him.
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    Cottonmilf's Porter (is there a typo in there?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by twolfcon View Post
    You pretty much filled the tag space all by yourself there Tryon... little too much Java this morning?

    I'll have to drink a couple brews first to get my creative juices flowing.

    Glad to see Scott's going to be bringing the firewater back with him to DSG this year... if Gary Fisher is there, you'll know where to find him.
    Haha, yeah, I was having fun! Wait, I didn't write all of those, they were written by anonymous readers!

    Go getcha a sixer of Dirsweahorse Stout and give me some names!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TryFour View Post
    Haha, yeah, I was having fun! Wait, I didn't write all of those, they were written by anonymous readers!

    Go getcha a sixer of Dirsweahorse Stout and give me some names!!
    I've got 14 tags & counting with your grimy little fingerprints all over them.

    Dirsweahorse sounds like something at the end of the night with cigarette butts in it.

    About three more beers & I'll have the winner!
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    Dirt and Sweat Beer. Or the Snake in the grass one is good too.

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    These are some great ones! Keep em comin!

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    How about?

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    I was thinking Dirt, sweat and beer also
    Dirt, sweat and gear beer
    Buddy's Brew
    One gear beer- for the SSers
    Gear beer-for the Uzzi types
    Queer beer- for the Kelly types
    I'm here for the beer-beer
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacobran View Post
    Chamois Butter Redass Ale
    That's a good one. Just shorten it to: Redass Ale
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    Dirtweiser!
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    how about,
    bikers lube brew,
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    how about just "beer"
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    Quote Originally Posted by -dan View Post
    how about just "beer"
    "Free Beer"
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    What about "Bikeme Brew" ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooper58 View Post
    What about "Bikeme Brew" ?
    Yeah, and "Numbnutts Pale Ale"
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    "More please Pale Ale"
    or
    "More please Amber Ale"

    "More please Porter"
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    I am partial to the Big Poppy's Porter though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by twolfcon View Post
    Malicious Moots
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    Cross Dresser's Delight
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    Swamp Water Surprise
    Broken Spoke
    Disraeli Gears

    I am partial to the Big Poppy's Porter though.
    Yeah me too. Or

    Single Speed Stout.

    I'm only running out of ideas cause I'm getting ready to leave and drive down to Dalton for Snake #3. Maybe I'll have a few more ideas when I get back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikeme View Post

    I'm only running out of ideas cause I'm getting ready to leave and drive down to Dalton for Snake #3. Maybe I'll have a few more ideas when I get back.
    I'll bet you come back with the winner...but I'm gonna beat you to it.


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    Here's some

    GPBP Ale (Got Passed By Pua)

    Lactic Threshold Stout

    Here's Mud In Your Eye Porter

    Scott's: The Official Recovery Drink of DSG

    Chain Breaker Ale

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    Thumbs up

    Here are some ideas;

    #1 "Dirty Chamois" (if you don't know ask Chandler what this is. I love double entendres)

    #2 " Chain Ring Red "

    #3 "Granny Gear Ale"

    #4 "Cranked"

    #5 "Cotton Mill Reserve"

    #6 "anodized ale"

    #7 "12 hour ale" ; "12 hour porter"; "12 hour stout"... you get the picture

    #8 "Pinch Flat Pale"

    #9 "Luv Chanel Chub"

    #10 "Never Ending Hill"
    (the 12 hour experience)

    #11 "New Barn Brew" (no explanation needed is there)

    #12 "Endurance Juice"

    #12 "Mojo Juice" (in honor of the makers Ibis)

    #13 "swiftwick soup" (got to love the socks and sponsors! )

    #14 "Malted Moots" (titanium please)

    #15 "Bike Food"

    #16 "pedal punch"

    #17 "Hamilton Mill Reserve"
    (A TN Conglomeration)

    #18 "Night Lap Nectar"

    #19 "SORBA Sauce"
    (all proceeds go to your liver)

    #20 "Here for The Beer Brew"

    #21 "Cotton Mill Revenge"

    Up in Chicago with the in-laws and had an extra minute. Think there could be a couple keepers?
    Cheers,
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    PS; Plan to bring some of my brew as well. From a lessor known source but has the same affect. Promise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FullSquishy View Post
    I'll bet you come back with the winner...but I'm gonna beat you to it.


    "Pain Train" Porter.............!!!!!!!!
    I like it. But "Pain Train Pale Ale" sounds better.

    I was thinking:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny5 View Post
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    for those with gears.... "Twenty Seven Gear Beer"
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    Flat Tire Pale Ale.
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    Thanks for all the creative effort guys, but I'm pretty confident that Dirsweahorse is gonna win! Haha, It just has such a nice ring to it.

    Keep 'em coming boys and girls! One of you is going to win this thing!!

    The big news is that Scott Smith is in the process of brewing 90 gallons, or about 1000 beers! I hope that's enough for you party animals!!

    We decided on a flavor that will be similar to Fat Tire, so it should suit most tastes. Now all we need is the perfect name!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TryFour View Post



    We decided on a flavor that will be similar to Fat Tire, so it should suit most tastes. Now all we need is the perfect name!!
    That why you should call it Flat Tire Amber Ale.

    Or Dirtweiser.
    Or one of the other 20 names I've already posted.
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    #23; "Another hill" Amber

    #24; 911 "Amber Alert" (a tribute to the hill that kills)

    #25; The "13th Hour Amber"

    #26; "SORBA Sauce"
    (all proceed go to your liver) (its a repeat of mine but I like it!)

    #27; Cotton Mill Amber

    #28; "Swag me" Amber (hint hint!)

    #29; " Life Line" Amber


    more to come!
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    Singletrack Ale
    Slick as Snot Ale
    Rinse & Repeat
    (both in honor of last years 1st lap)
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    Walking Tall Stout
    (sad, but thats how I made it up a few hills)
    Brewbiker
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    Crooked Collar Bone Ale
    Pee Wee's Big Adventure
    Charlie Horse Pale Ale
    I Didn't Get No Swag Ale
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    Did I Win A Frame Yet? Ale/Amber/Beer

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    All days are good, some are even better. -Hank (cyclist)

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    When is this contest gonna be narrowed down to a few so we can take a vote on the winner or something?
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    If you read the first post you'd know. Lazy bum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TryFour View Post
    If you read the first post you'd know. Lazy bum.
    **** it man.....I'm to lazy to sort back through all these posts....

    I did though, cause I like ya.....tommorrow be the deadline..get 'em in suckas...
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