Posts filed under: Beers I have ridden

  • Karen Deer and Mary Carlin en route to a cold one.
Beers I have Ridden: Vienna Lager The Ride – Devils Backbone Ride and Ramble Metric Century In my original take on this ride, I detailed how difficult it was for...
  • Heady-Topper is one of the world's best beers.
The Ride This is a clear case where the beer was waaaay better than the ride. That’s because on the ride, I crashed, was knocked unconscious, and left the scene in...
  • Rows of corn dominate the scenery in the Roll Over Cancer Ride.
The Ride – Roll Over Cancer 50-miler Any ride that starts and ends at a brewery is a good ride.  And Roll Over Cancer is one that makes you earn...
  • Tap Takeover night at Wasena Tap Room
The Ride – Bandy Loop Before one earns the right to die by hops — one must do the requisite ride. In this case one of my favorite evening jaunts....
  • The beer is good and so is the art on the menu board at Chaos Brewing
After the World Hunger Ride The Hunger Ride more than generated an excuse for a cold beer.  The World Hunger Ride from Antioch Church of the Brethren predates the craft...
  • The sign says, #Treasure your beer." a reference to the famous and still hidden Beale's Treasure in Bedford County.
Earning my beer: The trek up Thunder Ridge is sort of personal.  As I wrote in a previous blog, the 12-mile climb up the mountain on the Blue Ridge Parkway...
  • Wolf Hills has a cool logo too!
Brews and bikes Not sure why brews and bikes go together so well, but it’s a thing.  That was true for the Creeper Trail Amber I tried in honor of...
Sometimes Beer and Bikes go together very well Bath County, Va. (CarlinTheCyclist.com) —  Through some stroke of luck I have landed on the list of media people who occasionally receive...
BEND ORE. (CarlinTheCyclist.com)  Usually the ride is about the ride and the beer is just a chaser, just a part of the day, the experience, the journey.  But when you...
Genesee Cream Ale was a staple … There’s probably no brew in the nation that’s as close to 180-degrees from craft beer as Genesee Cream Ale.  When I envisioned this...