Mick Jagger dropped into a Denver bar to drink New Belgium Voodoo Ranger IPA

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  1. highdesertdrinker

    highdesertdrinker Devotee (424) Nov 5, 2012 Arizona
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  2. Raime

    Raime Meyvn (1,296) Jun 4, 2012 Greenland

    Was it to celebrate his 150th birthday?
     
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  3. RagingBitch

    RagingBitch Initiate (42) Aug 4, 2019 Maryland

    I just had one of those the other day and it was really good. Wish I could have had it with the Stones, but I had it with my husband and that was awesome as well.
     
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  4. dcotom

    dcotom Poo-Bah (2,235) Aug 4, 2014 Iowa
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    I think I'd rather drink with Zep.
     
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  5. scootercrabb

    scootercrabb Disciple (398) May 2, 2007 Illinois


    well back in the day about 35 years ago I would agree but time is on the stones side music has held up better then Zep.
     
  6. barrybeerdog

    barrybeerdog Initiate (130) Aug 17, 2012 South Dakota

    No Jones...No Stones:wink:
     
  7. zid

    zid Meyvn (1,311) Feb 15, 2010 New York
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    That entire article was literally: “Mick Jagger walked into a bar.”
     
  8. tzieser

    tzieser Meyvn (1,052) Nov 21, 2006 New Jersey
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    I see what you did there.



    great...now I'm gonna have to spin Hot Rocks again
     
  9. Shanex

    Shanex Meyvn (1,339) Dec 10, 2015 France
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    It wasn’t “The Rolling Stones” if Keith Richards wasn’t there and didn’t get pissed drunk.

    Sorry boss :wink:
     
  10. Todd

    Todd Founder (5,647) Aug 23, 1996 California
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    OP originally put "The Stones," which was changed to "The Rolling Stones," but I just updated the thread title for accuracy.
     
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  11. AZBeerDude72

    AZBeerDude72 Poo-Bah (1,745) Jun 10, 2016 Arizona
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    How cool is this, would have been pretty sweet to be tossing back a pint and he walks in to have a few. Once in a lifetime for most folks.
    Now I need to crank up some Stones on the stereo and have some cold ones.
    Cheers
     
  12. Shanex

    Shanex Meyvn (1,339) Dec 10, 2015 France
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    Eventually noticed this right after submitting my post. My smartass attempt failed :stuck_out_tongue:
     
  13. Justonemore91

    Justonemore91 Aspirant (253) Nov 24, 2018 New York
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    The infatuation with celebrities is a topic I hope to avoid on this site
     
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  14. AZBeerDude72

    AZBeerDude72 Poo-Bah (1,745) Jun 10, 2016 Arizona
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    Why? He is a rock legend not just some pop tart stopping in for a beer. Big difference.
     
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  15. islay

    islay Aspirant (278) Jan 6, 2008 Minnesota
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    I'm a little surprised by his choice. I had heard his favorite flavor is cherry red.
     
  16. dennis3951

    dennis3951 Savant (903) Mar 6, 2008 New Jersey

    This is no bie deal. Mick walked into the Tick Tock Dinner in Clifton NJ last week and ordered a Taylor Ham egg and cheese on a hard roll for breakfast. Odd thing no one recognized him until he was leaving. He spoke about it on stage that night,
     
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  17. beertunes

    beertunes Poo-Bah (6,084) Sep 24, 2007 Northern Mariana Islands
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    My favorite bit of rock trivia is that Brian Jones died in Winnie the Poohs swimming pool.

    Well, ya know, after Mick pushed him in.....
     
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  18. beertunes

    beertunes Poo-Bah (6,084) Sep 24, 2007 Northern Mariana Islands
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    Stones haven't dropped a good album since Some Girls.
     
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  19. Justonemore91

    Justonemore91 Aspirant (253) Nov 24, 2018 New York
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    I was born in 1991 in brooklyn so all ive know are pop tarts cheers
     
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  20. AZBeerDude72

    AZBeerDude72 Poo-Bah (1,745) Jun 10, 2016 Arizona
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    Being born in 1991 does not keep you from listening to any era of music, you have more access today than ever before, if you choose not to listen that is by choice not due to your age. The Stones are still on tour (LOL Yes I know) and their music is still on radio. To be honest their tours probably gross more than most of the pop tarts added together.

    On a side note my 11 year old listens to The Doors, Pink Floyd and most of my music from that era including all my 90s grunge and more. She loves it more than anything on the radio today.
     
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  21. Justonemore91

    Justonemore91 Aspirant (253) Nov 24, 2018 New York
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    Sorry sir hip hop and rap is where my hearts at
     
  22. AZBeerDude72

    AZBeerDude72 Poo-Bah (1,745) Jun 10, 2016 Arizona
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    I am totally ok with that! :beers:
     
  23. rgordon

    rgordon Savant (960) Apr 26, 2012 North Carolina

    I saw Robert Plant at Jazzfest in New Orleans in 2014. He did an entire set of Led Zeppelin with his band. It was beyond great. The crowd was mesmerized and traveling through time Kashmir was otherworldly.
     
  24. scream

    scream Meyvn (1,086) Dec 6, 2014 Wisconsin
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    He must be one smart dude !! I'm havin' one now !
     
  25. Hoppedelic

    Hoppedelic Devotee (436) Dec 6, 2010 California
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    Good to hear he’s still drinking.
     
  26. nc41

    nc41 Poo-Bah (1,866) Sep 25, 2008 North Carolina
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    He was in Durham last year, but the prices were absolutely insane, but he’s so talented.
     
  27. SFACRKnight

    SFACRKnight Meyvn (1,330) Jan 20, 2012 Colorado
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    Mamas little yela pils would have been more apropo...
     
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  28. RagingBitch

    RagingBitch Initiate (42) Aug 4, 2019 Maryland

    I have one of them in my refrigerator and would be willing to share. :slight_smile:
     
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  29. Giantspace

    Giantspace Crusader (713) Dec 22, 2011 Pennsylvania

    Hanging at the Khyber many many nights for many many years I saw lots of “huge” Stars. Never had any interest in them but to hear them on stage.

    Mark Arm walked in one night and it was not a big thing as most did not even recognize him.

    I talked with Steve Wynn and his wife and they were great to hang with as were Peter Buck and Scott Mccaughey. Fun just talking baseball and stuff with them after the shows.

    They all were just hanging out after shows and enjoying themselves with their fans. For Being in REM Peter Buck came across as a really down to earth guy.

    I would love to hang with Mick and talk about whatever he wanted to.

    All these “Rock Stars” are just regular folk, I guess more than a few thing other wise.

    Enjoy
     
  30. Eddiehop

    Eddiehop Zealot (561) Jun 28, 2014 Texas
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    :grin::grin::grin: I think I just sharted!! Too funny.
     
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  31. MacMalt

    MacMalt Poo-Bah (3,450) Jan 28, 2015 New Jersey
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    They've never been the same!
     
  32. MacMalt

    MacMalt Poo-Bah (3,450) Jan 28, 2015 New Jersey
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    Back in the '70s the Stones ate at the Key City Diner in Phillipsburg.
     
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  33. barrybeerdog

    barrybeerdog Initiate (130) Aug 17, 2012 South Dakota

    Agreed, Richards is an insecure wanker that fired Jones, the band leader & forced out Little Mick b/c he outshined him!

    Now back to beer!
     
  34. dukeandduke

    dukeandduke Meyvn (1,215) Feb 2, 2015 Illinois
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    I remember going to a friend's house to watch The Rolling Bones' Farewell Tour concert on Pay Per View. In 1982. Seen them live in 1989.

    Enough for me, very famous obviously but never a favorite on my end. Led Zeppelin on the other hand, they would add dates in Stowe Vermont to stop in post concert for a few Heady Topper pours. :sunglasses:

    He went with Side 2, Track 3, Physical Graffiti, Guess that works too...
     
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  35. Spaten454

    Spaten454 Disciple (363) Aug 23, 2012 Texas
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    That's just crazy talk.
     
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  36. Warwick7

    Warwick7 Initiate (42) May 25, 2019 Maryland

    Came in here to say huge fan of Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin. Led Zeppelin is my favorite because of there mysticism an there solos but Rolling Stones are amazing too Especially Brian Jones era.
     
  37. rgordon

    rgordon Savant (960) Apr 26, 2012 North Carolina

    I would have to wonder why anyone could think that one needs to determine once and for all which band is better at any one point. Damn, we are lucky to have a living legacy of this music that has occupied our lives.
     
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  38. Premo88

    Premo88 Poo-Bah (1,809) Jun 6, 2010 Texas
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    The Stones vs. Zeppelin debate is funny, but mostly I can't stop laughing at how beer with friends at a bar isn't enough for 150-year-old Mick Jagger. He's got to ramp up things with a "clubbier vibe." :rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
  39. Prager62

    Prager62 Poo-Bah (1,849) May 7, 2010 Colorado
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    ON TV? :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
     
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  40. rgordon

    rgordon Savant (960) Apr 26, 2012 North Carolina

    Satisfaction is by itself a perfect song. It was and is energy inspiring. I cannot hear this song and not remember another time very well. In the fall of 1969 I remember driving to Raleigh from Richmond to see Led Zeppelin. Whole Lotta Love was a different kind of rock and roll tune and blew our minds. The musicianship was so very obvious.
     
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