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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerTeam View Post


    I agree.
    Many times food vendors have contracts with the the host facility. The group renting the facility can only use the vendors and products that the host facility have under contract.

    Last year, after we had our Rally at West Bend, I attended the Washington County Fair. All I can say is "WOW" the Rally Chair did a real good job of picking the best food vendors.




    As always, we will have wine cooler type of beverages like Mike's Hard Lemonade




    total ?? case of gluten free beer (Budweiser has Redbridge)




    Half a trucked loaded of Budweiser, ordered





    The other half of trucked loaded with Fat Tire, ordered




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    Throw in a case of Saint Pauly Girl NA and you have made my day! Dont forget about us NA folks out there...just a suggestion from the peanut gallery

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    Quote Originally Posted by redclfco View Post
    Throw in a case of Saint Pauly Girl NA and you have made my day! Dont forget about us NA folks out there...just a suggestion from the peanut gallery

    We will have NA BEER. In the past it has been O'Douls Alcohol Free Beer

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    Cider is great, but not all are GF. Woodchuck cider is, however. What is the ice and cooler situation at this rally? Is ice available on site? I can always pack a foldable cooler.

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    Yes, ice is available on site. I should let you know that ice sales do not go on late into the night, so plan ahead.
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    I was just thinking something for afternoon to evening. It would be nice after riding and seeing things all day just to veg with my cooler and ipod and a book.

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    BTW, BeerTeam...Mikes hard Lemonade and any MALT beverage is made from gluten...barley malt is gluten as is anything with rye or wheat. I miss my smirnoff ice because of that, too. Anywho, I'm sure there's a store of some sort in gillette that can assist with any inebreation needs that may become necessary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerTeam View Post

    We will have NA BEER. In the past it has been O'Douls Alcohol Free Beer
    O'Douls = Coors. Saint Pauly Girl NA = well, Saint Pauly Girl ... O'Douls is made for the masses, and BMW NA riders are not in the masses!

    Just my opinion...I'm not that picky but would pay premium for a premium beer on a hot Wyoming day!

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    I'm certain that there will be no shortage of fine beers available at the rally... Just across the CO border in Ft. Collins , sit two of the better (best?) small brewers in the state; New Belgium, makers of "Fat Tire" and O'Dells, makers of "5 Barrel Pale Ale" and "90 Shilling Ale". I can also state for a fact that my side cases will each hold over a case of beer with ice.


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    Oh, you said BEER. I thought that you were talking about grizzlies and stuff.

    Nevermind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MplsK100RT View Post
    Anywho, I'm sure there's a store of some sort in gillette that can assist with any inebreation needs that may become necessary.
    Here you go!
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    you didn't?! you did!





    Way too funny. That's a Jay Leno Monday waiting to happen.

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    another 'celiac' coming to the rally

    Karol, nice pic!

    I am also 'Celiac' and anything with gluten (ie: wheat) is toxic to me.
    Anything gluten-free would be appreciated.

    Dale

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    I'm an NA guy myself. May I suggest Labatt's Nordic. Now this is some tasty NA brew. Free O'Doules is allright, but the urination factor must be considered. One O'Doules typically = three trips to the bathroom.................
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    Quote Originally Posted by redclfco View Post
    O'Douls = Coors. Saint Pauly Girl NA = well, Saint Pauly Girl ... O'Douls is made for the masses, and BMW NA riders are not in the masses!

    Just my opinion...I'm not that picky but would pay premium for a premium beer on a hot Wyoming day!
    O'Douls is a Bud product. Coors NA product is called Sharps.

    Just FYI.

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