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Old 01-06-2011, 12:32 PM   #1
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Anyone headed/been to the Big Beers Beligans and Barley Wine event this weekend in Vail, CO? Nothing <7% abv. I'm heading out this afternoon for a weekend of Snowboarding and good beer. The participating brewery list for the commercial tasting looks incredible.

Alaskan, Allagash, Altitude,Anchor Brewing , Aspen , Avery, Ayinger, Ballast Point, Baltika, Bell's, Belzebuth , Bosteels, Boston Beer Co., Boulder, Boulevard, Breckenridge, Bristol, Bruery, Carver, Chimay, Chouffe, Coronado, Corsendonk, Crazy Mountain, DeDolle, Delirium, Des Rocs, Deschutes, Dillon Dam , Dogfish Head, Dry Dock, Dubuisson, Dupont,Durango, Flying Dog, Full Sail, Fuller's , Glenwood Canyon, Gore Range , Gouden Carolous, Grand Lake , Grand Teton, Great Divide, Green Flash, Hair of the Dog , He’brew/Schmaltz , Hoegaarden , Jolly Pumpkin , LaTrappe / Koningshoeven , Left Hand, Library, Lindemans, Lion , Maredsous , Mendocino, Michelob , New Belgium, Odell, Ommegang, Orval, Oskar Blues, Pagosa Brewing , Papago, Pinkus , Pumphouse, Redstone Meadery, Rochefort, Samichlaus, Samuel Smith , Sierra Nevada , Ska , St. Bernardus, St. Feuillien , Stone, Thomas Hardy, Tommyknocker, Uinta, Upslope, Urthel,Val-Dieu, Victory,Westmalle, Wynkoop

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Old 01-06-2011, 01:29 PM   #2
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oh man, high gravity beers in the snow? that's too good... wish I could be there.

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Old 01-06-2011, 02:03 PM   #3
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Old 01-06-2011, 02:48 PM   #4
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FAIL! I Ddint' even see that.

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Sounds like an awesome time!

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