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Staff Favorites: Jon Gaffney

In the latest edition of Staff Favorites, we turn to one of Gear Patrol's longest standing contributors, Mr. Jon Gaffney. The New England native was always a shoe in for the team thanks to his eye for craftsmanship, an obsession for photography and a hunger for physical challenge that at times made us question his sanity (in a loving, concerned way, of course). Luckily, he still knows how to properly relax, typically on a dock somewhere in Maine between waterskiing runs, which also happens to be his default answer to "where he'd rather be". But you didn't really need to read this to know any of these things. His favorites tell the story far more eloquently than we ever will.

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Today in Gear: October 24, 2014

Guiness-The-1975 Guinness The 1759
That holiday excitement of childhood Christmases isn't gone. Adults just get excited over something other than presents under the tree -- i.e., seasonal alcohol. Why wouldn't you get excited about Guinness

Staff Favorites
Mr. Gaffney's Gear

Staff Favorites: Jon Gaffney

In the latest edition of Staff Favorites, we turn to one of Gear Patrol's longest standing contributors, Mr. Jon Gaffney. The New England native was always a shoe in for the team thanks to his eye for craftsmanship, an obsession for photography and a hunger for physical challenge that at times made us question his sanity (in a loving, concerned way, of course). Luckily, he still knows how to properly relax, typically on a dock somewhere in Maine between waterskiing runs, which also happens to be his default answer to "where he'd rather be". But you didn't really need to read this to know any of these things. His favorites tell the story far more eloquently than we ever will.

Light Beer, Guinness-Style

Tasting Notes: Guinness Black Lager

The first thing you should know about Guinness's latest creation is that it's targeting a broader market of drinkers who may not be fans of their meal-in-a-pint stouts. Though it's called a Black Lager, beer geeks will point out that it's

Like Classic Guinness, With a Bite

Guinness Foreign Extra Stout

Claiming that Guinness Foreign Extra Stout is a new offering from the esteemed Irish beer brand is technically inaccurate. The reality is it was brewed for more than two centuries and dates back to 1801. Back