Stone’s newest collaboration beer, the perfect motorcycle jean, headphones that will coach you on training runs and more.
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Reveals, New Launches and Gear
Stone Brewing 24 Carrot Golden Ale
Each year Stone Brewing Company hosts a homebrewing competition sanctioned by the American Homebrewers Association. The competition comes with the grand prize of the winner’s beer being brewed and bottled by Stone and distributed across the country. This year 27 beers were entered and tasted by representatives from Stone Brewing including co-founders Steve Wagner and Greg Koch. Last year, the winning beer was brewed by Chris Banker and was called Xocoveza, a milk stout brewed with chocolate, cinnamon, nutmeg, chile pepper and coffee. The beer was brewed to resemble a Mexican hot chocolate and instantly became a cult hit. This year’s winner follows a similar path in the fact that it is an unconventional beer. Winner Juli Goldenberg brewed a carrot cake-inspired Belgian golden ale with carrots, cinnamon, raisins and vanilla beans that will be released later this year.
Hand-Eye Supply Pocket Nail and Tool Belt
This all-purpose tool belt is as beautifully crafted as it is versatile.
Taylor Stitch Moto Jean
For their second week of releases from their Moto Collection, Taylor Stitch have released a new moto-specific jean that will protect you in the event of a — we’d better not say.
Icon Airframe Pro Ghost Carbon
No moto kit is complete without a helmet and Icon’s new Airframe Pro Ghost is sleek, lightweight and meets DOT standards.
Fix It Sticks
These slim tools are perfect to throw in your riding kit for quick adjustments out on the trail.
Sony Smart B-Trainer
Sony’s new B-Trainer is a one-stop shop for training runs. It monitors pretty much every stat you could possibly want and feeds you coaching tips while you run. If your pace is too fast, it’ll tell you to slow down, and put on music with a slower BPM.
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