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Old 03-13-2014, 06:29 PM   #31
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Here is their web site!
http://www.mybeersoftheworld.com/

Check it out. The store is huge. It was an old supermarket, and now the whole thing is all beer. They should have named it "Heaven"! lol There are beers from all over the world. They have a section for every country of origin.

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Old 03-13-2014, 06:30 PM   #32
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+2 on anything Terrapin but a Gawga beer might be hard to find out in cowboy country. If you like Hefe' s try Kellerweisen by Sierra Nevada.
Fortunately I can find Sierra Nevada here in Wyoming. I do enjoy the Kellerweisen and many others. Ruthless Rye has been gracing my fridge for a while now. I will look into Gawga. Thanks!
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Fortunately I can find Sierra Nevada here in Wyoming. I do enjoy the Kellerweisen and many others. Ruthless Rye has been gracing my fridge for a while now. I will look into Gawga. Thanks!
I feel a little dumb now. I assume you meant Georgia by Gawga.
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Dogfish Head 120 minute IPA. Easily my favorite beer. I clone this beer regularly.

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Old 03-13-2014, 06:43 PM   #35
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Here is their web site!
http://www.mybeersoftheworld.com/

Check it out. The store is huge. It was an old supermarket, and now the whole thing is all beer. They should have named it "Heaven"! lol There are beers from all over the world. They have a section for every country of origin.
That is really awesome! I don't see why a store like that couldn't prosper around Colorado. Maybe they will get something like that someday.
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Old 03-13-2014, 07:47 PM   #36
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If you're ever in British Columbia, try Fat Tug IPA by Driftwood Brewing (or anything else they make, for that matter).


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Samuel Smith's Oatmeal Stout, Chocolate Stout, Imperial Stout, Nut Brown Ale, and Taddy Porter.

North Coast Brewing's Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout

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I wouldn't buy more than one in the US. What I had was a complete banana bomb. Couldn't taste anything else.

Other than that, Avery Maharaj, Deschutes Black Butte, Hop Rod Rye by Bear Republic, and Left Hand Milk Stout.

You remember the color of the label? The red and blue are my favorite. Purple or green were abit overpowering scotch taste.
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Great divide makes some great beers (Titan IPA, Yeti anything) and they are out of Denver. Stone makes some great beers as well, pretty sure that guy is a genius. I will second the Rasputian Russian Imperial Stout from North Coast. I have one more in the fridge. Ballast Point Sculpin IPA. Georgetown Brewery in Astoria, OR makes some good beers. My wife loves Rogue Hazelnut Brown. Just about anything from Deschutes. I think you mentioned Sierra Nevada. I just tried the rye torpedo. Tasty. Good luck, soooooo many great beers. I like the beers Full Sail puts out too, not mind blowing but consistently good IMO.

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Definitely some good ones. My list is growing nicely. Please feel free to share more. I'm hoping for a list that covers a lot of geographical regions in the US so that I can have a good chance if getting some good beer trades.

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