Me too, until today. Suspect this may be a UK thing...after all no self-respecting Brit would bother uniquely naming a beer container that is smaller than 50 Gallons.I had never encountered this word in this context before. I assumed it meant a spectacularly unattractive member of the opposite sex
Its when you can open a beer bottle cap, while riding no handed on the stem quill that you know you've got handling skills.The convenient triangle in the rear drops of any Campy rig , or the pedals, will release the effervescent foam of brewskies. As for carrying - there is only one way. On your back and down your pants like any self deserving domestique! Perhaps I'll hold a 'master's class' in bottle carrying. As such, I doubt many (if any) of TCC brethren have engaged in this right of passage to compatriot activities. In fact , lets have an 'EVENT' , square off in teams and then see which team can carry the most <refreshment> over a given distance and time. And thus, transferring said <refreshment> to a designated rider (driver) who must consume in its entirety , then finish a sprint! Losing team buys the beer (of course).