Friday, July 22, 2011

Tour De Brew - Stage 20 Cadels playground

Stage 19 Review:

Stage 20: Grenoble ITT 42.5km
Stage 20 Profile

As in recent seasons, the yellow jersey has still been up for grabs going into the final time trial. This course will prove an inspired choice. Anyone who's got some significant strength left in their legs will feature today. The rolling course, which includes the opening part of the climb to Chamrousse, is quite technical especially with the descents, so Evans could get time over Andy Pandy and Frank the Snake. The podium places will finally be settled today. I can’t see many people beating Cancellara, unlike the GC guys he’ll have been able to take it fairly easy the last couple of days.

Beer for the stage: As close to champagne as you can get, Deus is first brewed at Bosteels, transfered to the Champagne region of France were it is treated much like a champagne with the bottles inverted and the yeast expunged and bottle recorked. The palate is creamy-smooth, fruity and malty-sweet, and the finish is clean with characteristic beer bitterness. Grab one(or three) and toast Cadel

Biere Locale: Don’t worry about it, hot foot it to Paris to celebrate with Cadel

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