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Old 06-03-2014, 09:10 AM   #2061
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It's so badass. We have Tap N Growler here too with 71 taps of different beer. And the Growler fill station....it's like a gas station but you are fillin your growler with 40 plus taps of whatever.
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That ain't all......This week all thru Eugene/Springfield it's brew week.

All breweries, bars, pubs etc. have insane shit going on. Growler fill stations are having crazy sales, new IPA's, it's crazy.

Sasquatch Brew Fest is going on http://www.northwestlegendsfoundation.org/

I have my 3 growlers in the truck ready to go......just overwhelmed to shit on where to go 1st


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Old 06-04-2014, 06:47 AM   #2064
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Knocked back a couple of these last night. Love me some O'Dell!

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So...I can eat any kind of hot shit. Ghost peppers, habaneros, etc.

Anyone ever try any of these?

I want to try to find the sculpin here in town.






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Knocked back a couple of these last night. Love me some O'Dell!

I live for that beer
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I live for that beer
I can't wait to try that stuff!!

I need a beer list from you for things to try in CO. Because honestly the majority of my knowledge about beers your way is this:

1. Everything Oskar blues kills it (and really I just mean ten fidy)
2. Everything Avery sucks.
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Old 06-04-2014, 10:41 AM   #2068
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I can't wait to try that stuff!!

I need a beer list from you for things to try in CO. Because honestly the majority of my knowledge about beers your way is this:

1. Everything Oskar blues kills it (and really I just mean ten fidy)
2. Everything Avery sucks.
Bwhahaha!!!


I've been drinking a lot of the old chub nitro cans!!

You will for sure be up to try the OB so I would hit up Odell too.

The myrcenary is my fav from there.

Also the Lugene, cut throat porter both of these on nitro are amazing. The mountain standard is good too. And if you're already in Ft Collins you should just head over to new Belgium.

If you're going to be in Denver river north is a great brewery, Denver beer company, Prost, great divide. The rumble, and Titan, the claymore Scottish ale are good.
The boulder area I like upslope the lager is awesome.
Hopefully Sam chimes in.
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Old 06-04-2014, 05:10 PM   #2069
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I just restocked too, good beers you got there. I bought what's in my pic, Plus a 24 pack of PBR tall boys, and a case of myrcenary. Been going to bentlys lq store to earn my points. I saved $20 off my purchase today.

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So...I can eat any kind of hot shit. Ghost peppers, habaneros, etc.

Anyone ever try any of these?

I want to try to find the sculpin here in town.






I have found most pepper beers like that make better chili than anything.
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I just restocked too, good beers you got there. I bought what's in my pic, Plus a 24 pack of PBR tall boys, and a case of myrcenary. Been going to bentlys lq store to earn my points. I saved $20 off my purchase today.

Very nice selection

Weekend came early by the way...
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All this Sculpin talk got me curious!
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Ditto. Never even heard of it. Of course NM has some pretty kick ass local IPAs and we get all the good shit from Colorado too so that keeps me plenty busy.

I've been drinking a lot of Stone's new session IPA lately, Go To IPA. Really good and lighter on the alcohol so you can knock back a handful of 'em without getting smashed. Perfect for these 100 degree days we've got going on down here.
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So...I can eat any kind of hot shit. Ghost peppers, habaneros, etc.

Anyone ever try any of these?

I want to try to find the sculpin here in town.






You guys need to come to San Diego on a vacation and hit up all the local breweries. So many great brewers here and all within 15-20 mins of each other. Stone, Ballast Point, Green Flash, Lost Abbey, Alesmith, Karl Strauss, Coronado Brewing, St Archer, Societe Brewing, Mission Brewery, Hess Brewing, and the list goes on! So many awesome craft bars that always have speciality /casked/firkin stuff on tap that other markets can't get.

As for the habanero sculpin....it's hot...not what I look for in a great IPA but def get a taster if you can (after you are done with all the other beers as it will ruin your pallet lol)
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Very nice selection

Weekend came early by the way...
Hey me too I'm off all week.
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I can't wait to try that stuff!!

I need a beer list from you for things to try in CO. Because honestly the majority of my knowledge about beers your way is this:

1. Everything Oskar blues kills it (and really I just mean ten fidy)
2. Everything Avery sucks.
Your knowledge is zero.
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I can't wait to try that stuff!!



I need a beer list from you for things to try in CO. Because honestly the majority of my knowledge about beers your way is this:



1. Everything Oskar blues kills it (and really I just mean ten fidy)

2. Everything Avery sucks.

I was told to get the brewery map when I was there, I just wish the companion I had was a real beer drinker. (Devin knows what I speak off) lol
All the Oskar blues has been really good to me lately
Avery has been a real disappointment I have probably had 4 different ones recently and I will not buy them again, probably won't buy any Avery beers from now on.
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I can't wait to try that stuff!!

I need a beer list from you for things to try in CO. Because honestly the majority of my knowledge about beers your way is this:

1. Everything Oskar blues kills it (and really I just mean ten fidy)
2. Everything Avery sucks.
You and OB. Had Ten Fidy on Nitro tap the other day. Left Hand Milk Stout on Nitro still blows it out of the park. The list of beers to try in Colorado would take about a month to drink. Over 160 breweries. I like White Rascal, I have a bottle of collaboration in the fridge
Cant wait to try that.




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Bwhahaha!!!


I've been drinking a lot of the old chub nitro cans!!

You will for sure be up to try the OB so I would hit up Odell too.

The myrcenary is my fav from there.

Also the Lugene, cut throat porter both of these on nitro are amazing. The mountain standard is good too. And if you're already in Ft Collins you should just head over to new Belgium.

If you're going to be in Denver river north is a great brewery, Denver beer company, Prost, great divide. The rumble, and Titan, the claymore Scottish ale are good.
The boulder area I like upslope the lager is awesome.
Hopefully Sam chimes in.
The upslope large is really good. For the last month I have been drinking mostly foreign lager beers. I liked 1664 Blanc plus a few others. I like to try as many beers as possible to see what fits my taste.

I got that beer map and guide on Monday. Only worth buying if you are in the Denver Metro area.
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Anyone ever try any of these?

I want to try to find the sculpin here in town.





I did a Ballast Point tasting dinner about 6 months ago. Five course meal with pairings, it was so awesome. More food and beer that you could consume, trust me, I tried. I got to try a little of this. I'm a big fan of chili beers, my favorite comes from a local brewery called Chilibeso. Not too hot and super drinkable
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