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%0A2017-05-20 09:00 %0A2017-05-20 09:00 America/New_York Farm Brewery Tour StillPoint Farm, located just south of Libertytown, has welcomed us back to use their farm as a starting point. Since they grow their own hops, they are allowed to brew and sell their own home brews.http://stillpointfarming.com/  After a rolling ride thru the countryside, we can relax at the brewery tasting room to partake of their excellent brews (we've tried them). After you find your favorite, you can even take a growler home with you. Your Excom has graciously offered to buy the first $150 of munchies to go along with your beer. The Brewery has cheese, crackers & meat sticks. You can also bring additional “healthy” food for the post ride party.  Note that the ride will be cancelled if it is raining. Rest room available at ride start. Note: Directions and cue sheets are now on the Potomac Pedalers web site. Here are maps for the brewery ride for 30/37/50/55/60 mile rides: 30.0: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/8071756 36.5: http://ridewithgps.com/routes/4380769 49.8: http://ridewithgps.com/routes/3290060 54.5: http://ridewithgps.com/routes/3293876 60.4: http://ridewithgps.com/routes/3295145 Note that the 3 long routes have a bailout that cuts about 4.5 miles and some hills. CC leader is Mike Divine [mikeandjoandivine@erols.com] 301-258-7820   Still Point Farm (SPF)

Wednesday, Dec 31, 1969 - 7:00 pm

A/BB/B/CC/C (MH) * 30/50/55/60 * MD * Farm Brewery Tour
Still Point Farm (SPF)

Ride Start Details
Still Point Farm (SPF)
8253 Dollyhyde Road
Mount Airy, MD 21771

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StillPoint Farm, located just south of Libertytown, has welcomed us back to use their farm as a starting point. Since they grow their own hops, they are allowed to brew and sell their own home brews.http://stillpointfarming.com/ 

After a rolling ride thru the countryside, we can relax at the brewery tasting room to partake of their excellent brews (we've tried them). After you find your favorite, you can even take a growler home with you. Your Excom has graciously offered to buy the first $150 of munchies to go along with your beer. The Brewery has cheese, crackers & meat sticks. You can also bring additional “healthy” food for the post ride party. 

Note that the ride will be cancelled if it is raining.

Rest room available at ride start. Note: Directions and cue sheets are now on the Potomac Pedalers web site.

Here are maps for the brewery ride for 30/37/50/55/60 mile rides:

Note that the 3 long routes have a bailout that cuts about 4.5 miles and some hills.

CC leader is Mike Divine [mikeandjoandivine@erols.com] 301-258-7820

 

BB: Karen Berlage [karenberlage@verizon.net] [(301) 963-1482]
B: Jennifer Hearn [Jenniferhearn@verizon.net] [(301) 787-2029]
B: Ann Corran [anncorran@gmail.com] [(301) 452-9104]
CC: Steve Cohen [sbcohen47@gmail.com] [(202) 374-7838]

GPS file for 30 mile route
https://ridewithgps.com/routes/8071756

GPS file for 50 mile route
http://ridewithgps.com/routes/3290060

GPS file for 55 mile route
http://ridewithgps.com/routes/3293876

GPS file for 60 mile route
http://ridewithgps.com/routes/3295145

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