Fat Tire just introduced in Indiana (finally) picked up 24 cans today and of course a case of Yuengling my official Bonnaroo beer. I also have a case of Spotted Cow from Wisconsin I think I will try to slide a sixer of that in to.
Mmm...Spotted Cow. That stuff's delish, wish it came in cans!
*i like coconuts, you can break them open they smell like ladies lyin in the sun** *Hell I don't even know where I am** *for now I must sit here and ponder the yonder: The herbivores did well cause their food didn't never run** *We listen, if it feels good We shake** *You made a big impression for a girl of your size, Now I can't get by without you and your big brown eyes.**
Anyone know if Abita Amber is available in TN. I know I can get Purple Haze and Turbo Dog but the Amber is where it's at. I had it in New Orleans where a shrimp restaurant was selling it for $2 a pitcher. It was in bottles there too but I haven't found it in TN yet.
It's Better To Drink Beer After Exercise Than Water
The subjects in the study were asked to run on a treadmill at temperatures of 104F (40C) until they were close to exhaustion. Once they had reached the point of giving up, researchers measured their hydration levels, motor skills, and concentration ability.
Half of the subjects were given two half pints of Spanish lager to drink, and the other half were given just water.
Garzon said that the rehydration effection in those who were given beer was "slightly better" than those who were given only water. He also believes that the carbon dioxide in beer helps quench thirst more quickly, and that beer's carbohydrates replace calories lost during physical exertion.
The average person loses around 1 liter (33oz) of water for every hour of exercise in sweat. Rehydrating after a workout is crucial, as a lack of hydration is more likely to make one feel tired, fuzzyheaded, and suffer from headaches.
Based on the results of the study, researchers recommend moderate consumption of beer as a part of athletes' diets. "Moderate consumption" for men is 500ml per day, and for women is 250ml per day.
So that explains why Babe Ruth was so good. His method of training was nearly 100 years ahead of its time.
Post by rideincircles on Jun 5, 2009 20:55:25 GMT -5
So far I have a 12 pack of fat tire, a 6 pack of shiner, a 12 pack of lone star, and 15 19 oz bud lights. I am set. If anyone is going to the inforoo brunch and needs any shiner or lonester let me know, I can get extras if needed.
I know it's hard cider and not beer, but I can't find Strongbow in cans ANYWHERE around here! I know they make it, ugh.
i hear you, there. i would LOVE to have some cans of Strongbow for 'roo. but i can't get it here in AL. do any of you TN folks know if i would be able to find it on the way there? i'll be in knoxville & driving through chattanooga...
or, you know... if anyone wants to just bring some to me. i'll pay you back for it. with cookies as a finder's fee!!!
Post by johncagebubblegum on Jun 9, 2009 23:29:07 GMT -5
WTF....so i was at kroger getting some snacks for roo, and i decided to go buy some beer in cans too, not expecting anything special. i planned on getting some yuengling and some cheap macrobrew. but upon, a close examination....they had fat tire in cans! fat tire in cans at kroger? like...whoa. how could i not have known about this?! i knew they existed, but i thought i'd have to make a special trip or something. this is clearly a sign that i haven't been drinking enough beer lately.