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  1. #6351
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo View Post
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    Hmmm, ok that checks out
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    I fail to see the issue. Looks pretty normal for where I live.
    I see hydraulic turtles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitylover View Post
    ^ He's in NJ. The new Upstate?
    Things get a little weird in NW NJ and over by the Water Gap. Technically upstate? No. Spiritually? Well, it's got some Appalachia coursing through it. Paddle faster.

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    Bwah! Well, doesn't the AT go over High Point? I'd call that THE course through Appalachia.

    Today's Upstate Beer Of The Day - UBOD - mmmm Sugar Cookies from the powder zoneClick image for larger version. 

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  4. #6354
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    Man, that's a fun brewery. Nice work.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riser3 View Post
    Things get a little weird in NW NJ and over by the Water Gap.
    That's where Glademaster is from. So I'll let you come to your own conclusions.

    I'm pretty familiar with the zone between Sussex county NJ and NW PA up to the Catskills as it's prime motorcycle riding. IMO the vibe from Goshen/Middletown down to Sussex county is not very upstate, but once you cross 17 or get west of there, the upstate factor rises significantly. Port Jervis has an upstate vibe.
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    Blue tarp index?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberridge View Post
    That's where Glademaster is from. So I'll let you come to your own conclusions.

    I'm pretty familiar with the zone between Sussex county NJ and NW PA up to the Catskills as it's prime motorcycle riding. IMO the vibe from Goshen/Middletown down to Sussex county is not very upstate, but once you cross 17 or get west of there, the upstate factor rises significantly. Port Jervis has an upstate vibe.
    Haha!! Well said.

    It is a little different as it's not sure if it's exurban, rural, Pennsyltuckian, or Upstate. Middletown is kind of lacking an identity and Port Jervis is the meth capital of the zone so it has that. There's also some absolutely kickass mountain biking so it has the potential to break out.

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    “ there ain’t no Coupe Deville hiding at the bottom of your Cracker Jack box “

    Meat Loaf radio on Pandora seems appropriate tonight.

    God speed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberridge View Post
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    The newspaper delivery guy who drives down my street at 6AM every morning has a bad wheel bearing or two. Who the fuck gets a newspaper anymore btw? It sounds like he's dragging a section of metal HVAC duct under the car. I'm just hoping when it finally seizes he hits a neighbor's mailbox and not mine.
    I can picture this as some opening scene in a movie about upstate. Don't know why, it just seems appropriate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitylover View Post
    Haha!! Well said.

    It is a little different as it's not sure if it's exurban, rural, Pennsyltuckian, or Upstate. Middletown is kind of lacking an identity and Port Jervis is the meth capital of the zone so it has that. There's also some absolutely kickass mountain biking so it has the potential to break out.
    Middletown is home of the orange county fair speedway. and that shits pretty damn upstate, i tell you what…




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    -13°… making our own clouds.


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    Quote Originally Posted by huckbucket View Post
    I've done the work boys. It's decidedly unpossible without building a bridge over one of those access roads for them there fancy houses in the Holidays Valley.

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    Just a Gondola or lift ride back and forth across that....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberridge View Post
    That's where Glademaster is from. So I'll let you come to your own conclusions.

    I'm pretty familiar with the zone between Sussex county NJ and NE PA up to the Catskills as it's prime motorcycle riding. IMO the vibe from Goshen/Middletown down to Sussex county is not very upstate, but once you cross 17 or get west of there, the upstate factor rises significantly. Port Jervis has an upstate vibe.
    FIFY Catskills are nowhere near NW PA- NE PA for sure.... But plenty of prime motorcycle riding in Upstate NY as NW PA also...

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    The southern Catskills along the 17/86 corridor butt right up against the Poconos along the Delaware River where it turns east.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitylover View Post
    The southern Catskills along the 17/86 corridor butt right up against the Poconos along the Delaware River where it turns east.
    But that is NW NJ and NORTH EAST PA- Not NW PA as originally posted (I corrected it) which is somewhere around Bradford or maybe a bit further to the east for Western PA... No Catskils as I stated anywhere close to Western PA.

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    Meh, eastern western, that would mean I need coffee earlier. I thought we were still talking about the tri-state zone with NJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by m2711c View Post
    -13°… making our own clouds.


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    Looks like enough to make it to June. Keep it coming!!

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    I wonder if I can make it out there for this. Prime Upstate location with a premier Downstate band (and the illustrious and entertaining Keller Williams) https://www.facebook.com/15173644217...4685750882967/

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    Yeah, dso and Keller have me interested in holiday valley


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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitylover View Post
    Meh, eastern western, that would mean I need coffee earlier. I thought we were still talking about the tri-state zone with NJ.
    I'm just talking about a place with blue tarp potential and you want to have your head on a swivel if you hear banjos.

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    I was in another zone today that isn't quite sure where it should be placed. That's where today's NYBOD is from. Had to get an older variety at my local beer store though because they only had pilsner, sours and IPAs ready to goClick image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitylover View Post
    I was in another zone today that isn't quite sure where it should be placed. That's where today's NYBOD is from. Had to get an older variety at my local beer store though because they only had pilsner, sours and IPAs ready to goClick image for larger version. 

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    Nice. The guy who makes that beer once asked me to check if he had hobbits dancing on his chest or not.

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    Haha. You should invite him here, sounds like a good fit except that we're maggots, not hobbits. Tell him to can more porters for in house sales so I can get stuff that's less than a year old from local beer stores.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gravitylover View Post
    Haha. You should invite him here, sounds like a good fit except that we're maggots, not hobbits. Tell him to can more porters for in house sales so I can get stuff that's less than a year old from local beer stores.
    yeah. I agree but they’re catering to the masses’ desire for IPAs like everybody else. I’ve requested more stout a few times.

    I feel bad posting this but it was observed in the upstate so I have to

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    So you can see how steep it was

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brownski View Post
    Nice. The guy who makes that beer once asked me to check if he had hobbits dancing on his chest or not.
    I feel like there's more to this story.
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    Seems like something is missing.

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