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Old 11-28-2010, 01:29 PM   #1
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I will be making my way to Oswego NY around December 16th from Holland MI. Any homebrewers around the Oswego area want to do a little 6er trade?

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Old 11-28-2010, 04:06 PM   #2
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Damn... I'm swinging through Oswego on the 14th but heading out the next day to Ithaca. My wife and I are going on a 4 day brewery tour of Central NY.

Are you planning on trying King Arthur's?

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Damn... I'm swinging through Oswego on the 14th but heading out the next day to Ithaca. My wife and I are going on a 4 day brewery tour of Central NY.

Are you planning on trying King Arthur's?
Be sure to check out Middle Ages in Syracuse.
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Yea I should have posted that Im orrigionaly from that area. Ill be visiting family for a week.

Middle ages is my favorite. King arthurs not so much. Their beer isnt bad just kind of non-memorable.

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Oh that's definitely on there. I'll go get my list later. It's either 8 or 9, I can't remember exactly.

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Ithaca and Middle ages are always definite stops when im back in NY.

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Damn... I'm swinging through Oswego on the 14th but heading out the next day to Ithaca. My wife and I are going on a 4 day brewery tour of Central NY.

Are you planning on trying King Arthur's?
You are going to be in my neck of the woods. I'm assuming you are going to Ithaca Brewery, if not you have to. I would also suggest Roosterfish in Watkins Glen and my new favorite brewpub, Two Goats Brewing in Hector. It's a newer place with an incredible view of Seneca Lake, he has an IPA, cream ale and oatmeal stout and then carries many other good brews. I would also suggest Wagner Brewery/Winery up the road. If you like harder stuff check out Finger Lakes Distillery. Heck, pm me if you want any info on wineries or breweries, I've been to all of them and my wife is a manager at a local winery. I live right next to several of the wineries.
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Ithaca for sure, but now you have me wondering about Rooster Fish. It was originally on the route, but since it is slightly out-of-the-way on the way home, I knocked it off in favor of another place in Ithaca. I'll grab my list in a bit and post it up.

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Day 1: Suds Factory, Middle Ages, and Empire Brewing in Syracuse

Day 2: King Arthur's in Oswego

Day 3: Ithaca Brewing, Bandwagon Brewpub, Scalehouse Brewpub

I guess I'm going to have to put Rooster Fish down for lunch on the drive home.

We aren't hitting any wineries because we want to do a trip dedicated to that during the harvest one year.

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What about brewery ommegang?

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