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    I was priveledged to help out in Tennessee and would be thrilled to lend my expert assistance this year. I will be in touch nearer the time to schedule a shift.
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    Randy and Rev -

    I am available for Wednesday night and may be able to round up a few other Chromeheads to help out.

    Forum Frenzy Friday is a possibility too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobs98 View Post
    I am available for Wednesday night and may be able to round up a few other Chromeheads to help out.
    EXCELLENT! We will have some serious fun on Wednesday night! It's amazing how many people we serve on the night before the Rally!

    I hope to lure some Gonzos to get to the Rally by Wednesday to fill out some of the bier crew with the Chromeheads
    Onward, through the fog!

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    Greetings All
    I heard a rumor today that Victory brewing http://victorybeer.com/beers/ and Troegs brewing http://www.troegs.com/our_brews.aspx will be in the beer tent. If true, I will
    Hell I think I will leave the homebrew home if this is true.
    Looking forward to drawing drafts for all you thisty riders after a long day in the saddle.
    Peace tony
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    What, no Rolling Rock?
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    Beer Choices

    Hi Darryl:
    Sorry, no Rolling Rock, BUT... This being Penn, WE WILL HAVE YEUNGLING!! Both Amber and Stout. For those of you not familiar with the area, this is the oldest privately owned brewery in America. PLUS, this is a local beer that actually tastes GREAT!
    To all individual and club volunteers, please continue to contact either Randy, myself, or Martin, the volunteer chairman. We will need a lot of assistance this year.
    Thank you in advance.
    Jim Faucher : beer chair AKA MAD DOG

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    Melissa Miller and I are in for a shift anytime Friday or Saturday. I am a Yuengling wholesale distributor in Tennessee, so it will be an honor to help serve Dick and family's fine portfolio of beers at the rally! How do I formally sign up, at registration check-in or on the website somewhere?

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    Got you covered! And Thanks to all who have volunteered so far!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 83467 View Post
    Hi Darryl:
    Sorry, no Rolling Rock, BUT... This being Penn, WE WILL HAVE YEUNGLING!! Both Amber and Stout. For those of you not familiar with the area, this is the oldest privately owned brewery in America. PLUS, this is a local beer that actually tastes GREAT!
    To all individual and club volunteers, please continue to contact either Randy, myself, or Martin, the volunteer chairman. We will need a lot of assistance this year.
    Thank you in advance.
    Jim Faucher : beer chair AKA MAD DOG
    Yeungling Lager?????? LAGER PLEASE!
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    My first Rally is in my home town? I must work the beer tent! Yes I was raised on Genesee and Rolling Rock, I don't know how my baby picture got out! I want to help, already volunteered for rally check in desks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motocamper View Post
    Greetings All
    I heard a rumor today that Victory brewing http://victorybeer.com/beers/ and Troegs brewing http://www.troegs.com/our_brews.aspx will be in the beer tent. If true, I will
    Hell I think I will leave the homebrew home if this is true.
    Looking forward to drawing drafts for all you thisty riders after a long day in the saddle.
    Peace tony
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    Quote Originally Posted by DARRYL CAINEY View Post
    Is there a local microbrew that will be there?
    Pennsylvania has a handful of Microbreweries but two (IMO) of notability are

    Victory
    http://victorybeer.com/

    and Stoudt's
    http://www.stoudtsbeer.com/brewery.html

    both make really great beers and ales.

    Troegs
    is a brewery that's about a mile and a half from my house as the crow flies. they also make really nice beers and ales.

    http://www.troegs.com/Default.aspx


    this will be my first rally. i'd volunteer for a shift in the bier tent. seems like a great way to meet some folks. i volunteer my girlfriend too... i'm a beer enthusiast but never tended bar, she was a bartender in college.
    i plan on being there early Thursday to set camp and then going home (Harrisburg) to get her after she gets off work. we'll be there together from Thurs night on.
    i am also independently employed, so i could conceivably be there Wednesday to help set up or work a shift if need be.

    if we can help, send PM or email.

    Tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by 83467 View Post
    Hi Darryl:
    WE WILL HAVE YEUNGLING!! Both Amber and Stout. im Faucher : beer chair AKA MAD DOG
    Yeungling is also one of your favorites!

    Terry will have the Stout and I the Amber

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmwrider88 View Post
    this will be my first rally. i'd volunteer for a shift in the bier tent. seems like a great way to meet some folks. i volunteer my girlfriend too... i'm a beer enthusiast but never tended bar, she was a bartender in college.
    i plan on being there early Thursday to set camp and then going home (Harrisburg) to get her after she gets off work. we'll be there together from Thurs night on.
    i am also independently employed, so i could conceivably be there Wednesday to help set up or work a shift if need be.

    if we can help, send PM or email.

    Tom
    You will have a great time working in the bier tent! And it is an excellent way to meet the RALLY! Find the list of the Beer Tent Chairs (on the rally web page)and send them a email volunteering you and your girlfriend to join the Beer Team. My recommendation is for you to come to the Rally on Wednesday. We always have a lot to do to set the Bier Tent set up. We have a pretty good-sized crowd on Wednesday nights, and it should be an interesting group of bartenders (Gonzos and Chromeheads)for that night. I will be the Head Bartender for Wed. night, so you know it will be a fun shift!
    Getting in to the Rally early is a good move for a "Rally Virgin". This will be a huge gathering of bikes and riders, and it can confuse someone who has not been to one of these MOA National Rallys. Lots of people and a lot going on. It's sorta like camping at a motorcycle state fair! Something quite different--remember,space dissipates quickly at these gatherings
    Let me know if you want to work on Wed. night--I will need to give the gate some names of the early volunteers
    Onward, through the fog!

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