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Old 02-21-2012, 07:25 PM   #101
elvestinkle
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Duck Rabbit, hands down. I can make the pale stuff, but I'll let the pros do it right on the 20L+ side.



 
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Old 02-22-2012, 04:07 PM   #102
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Canton, Mi
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Originally Posted by ajwillys

Yeah, 15%. It does suck. Oddly enough, I've seen on two different occasions beers above the cap on the shelves. I suppose they've slipped through the cracks. I wouldn't be surprised if Sierra Nevada is able to get that changed once they come to Asheville. They've already changed two alcohol laws just for them to consider coming. This law is worthless anyway. Supposed to prevent "new drinkers" from accidentally killing themselves by drinking 6-10 of them. Like anyone could afford 10 WWS's.

Your buddy won't be too bummed, we have an AWESOME beer culture here and growing everyday. I live way out in the 'burbs and am sitting within 5 minutes of two breweries. They are popping up everyday.
Nice. Most those laws are about the state controlling the supply so they can control prices and taxing. I lived in PA for two years and that is what all their laws were about but since it is outright making it illegal and not some other form of control it may be about the idea thqt someone can drink themselves to death. I will tell you what, not only can I not afford ten WWS but if I tried to drink them I think I would throw up long before becaue of how rich they are. It'd be hard to drink that much, I think. Oh well ur silly states have wierd laws. Michigan seems to have small breweries everywhere too.



 
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Old 02-22-2012, 04:16 PM   #103
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Grand Rapids, MI
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Bell's, easily. I have several reasons why:

1. Two Hearted Ale
2. Oarsman
3. Kalamazoo Stout
4. Oberon
5. Cherry Stout
6. Winter White
7. Best Brown
8. Wild One
9. Expedition Stout
10. HOPSLAM
11. Hell Hath No Fury
12. Sparkling Ale
13. Third Coast Old Ale
14. Porter
15. The Oracle
16. Consecrator Doppelbock
17. Third Coast Lager

So many awesome beers exhibiting such a range of flavors, and most of them are pretty easily available.
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Old 02-22-2012, 05:07 PM   #104
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Perkasie, PA
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Surpised no more votes for Brooklyn. Great range of beers

Lager
Brown
IPA
Pilsner
Pennant Ale (English Brown)
Blast (Big IPA)
Weisse
Radius (Belgian Session)
Chocolate Stout
Winter Ale
Monster Ale
Dry Irish Stout
Summer Ale
Octoberfest
Pumpkin Ale
Local 1 (Belgian Strong Golden)
Local 2 (Belgian Dark Strong)
Sorachi Ace (saison)
Brooklyner Schneider Hopfen Weisse

in additon Garrett Oliver releases a new beer every 4 months or so.

 
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Old 02-22-2012, 06:02 PM   #105
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Victory

 
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Old 02-22-2012, 06:04 PM   #106
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Oskar Blues. Haven't had a beer of theirs that I didn't like.

 
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Old 02-22-2012, 06:35 PM   #107
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Louisville, Kentucky
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God it's tough to choose between DFH and Founders.

On one hand, DFH has Sah'tea...but Founders has KBS.....

I am glad I don't really have to make these decisions in life.

 
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Old 02-22-2012, 06:56 PM   #108
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Stone Brewery and it's not even close.

 
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Old 02-22-2012, 08:08 PM   #109
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This is an evil game! However, I guess I would have to choose Boulevard. They make a wide variety of different styles and the beer is very good.....except their wheat beer.

 
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Old 02-22-2012, 08:12 PM   #110
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Allagash. You can lock this tread now


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