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Brewtopia

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I frequent Collins Pub in Seattle and they truly have the best beer selection in the downtown area. Current tap selection as of 6:30PM PST 11/29/2006 is:

Allagash 4 Allagash Brewing Co. - Portland ME
Hop Rod Rye Bear Republic Brewing Co. - Healdsburg CA
Big Time ESB Big Time Brewing Co. - Seattle WA
Boundary Bay IPA Boundary Bay Brewing Co. - Bellingham WA
Cabin Fever Boundary Bay Brewing Co. - Bellingham WA
Organic Revolution X Imperial IPA Bear Republic Brewing Co. - Chico CA
Bifrost Winter Ale Elysian Brewing Co. - Seattle WA
Choppers Red Georgetown Brewing - Seattle WA
Hibernation Great Divide Brewing Co. - Denver CO
Lazy Boy Hefeweizen Lazy Boy Brewing - Everett WA
XPA Maritime Brewing Co. - Ballard WA
O'Hara's Celic Stout Carlows Brewing Co. - Carlow Ireland
Prima Pils Victory Brewing Co. - Downingtown PA
New Brood IPA Rogue Issaquah Brewhouse - Issaquah WA
Monk's Madness Rogue Brewing Co. - Newport OR
Brookside Pale Lager Roslyn Brewing Co. - Roslyn WA
Saison Imperiale De Proef Brouwerij - Lochristi Belgium
Black Cherry Stout Walking Man Brewing Co. - Stevenson WA
Organic IPA Roots Organic Brewing - Portland OR
Czar Russian Imperial Stout Avery Brewing Co. - Boulder CO
Paulaner Pilsner Paulaner Brauerei - Munich Germany

If ever in the Seattle area, Collins is a must stop for the beer afficianado. They are located in Historic Pioneer Square on 2nd Ave. between James and Yesler. 3 blocks North of Qwest Field.
 

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Currently on tap at Capital Ale House, a local bar here in Richmond, VA:

Beer engine:
Starr Hill - Amber Ale Cask
Victory - Storm King Stout Cask

On tap:
Abita Brewing - Purple Haze
Allagash - White Ale
Avery - Hog Heaven Barley Wine
Avery - Maharaja Imperial IPA
Anderson Valley - Winter Solstice
Bass - Pale Ale - England
Bitburger - Pils - Germany
Black Sheep - Holy Grail Ale
Brooklyn Brewing - Fortitude
Dogfish Head - Aprihop
Dogfish Head Brewing - 90 Minute IPA
Dominion - Spring Imperial Pilsner
Dominion - Tuppers Hop Pocket
Guinness - Extra Stout
Gouden Carolus - Classic Brown
Great Divide - Oak Aged Yeti Imperial Stout
Harp - Irish Lager
Heller - Rauchbier Marzen
Hoegaarden - Wit
Hofbrau - Mai Bock
Huyghe - Floris Apple
La Gnomette - Experiment
Legend Brewing - Brown Ale
Legend Brewing - Pilsner
Magic Hat - "9" Almost Pale Ale
Maredsous - 8
Paulaner - Hefe-Weiss
Rogue - Chipotle Ale
Rogue - Hazelnut Brown
Sierra Nevada - India Pale Ale
Southampton Publikhouse - Imperial Porter
Spaten - Optimator
Spaten - Premium Lager
St Bernardius - ABT 12
St. George Brewing - IPA
Stone - Arrogant Bastard
Stone - IPA
Stoudts - Double IPA
Stoudts - Fat Dog Imperial Oatmeal Stout
Thirsty Dog - Siberian Night Imp. Stout
Three Floyds - Alpha King Pale
Tommy Knocker - Maple Nut Brown
Unibroue - Blanche d' Chambly
Unibroue - Trois Pistoles
Van Steenberg - Gulden Draak
Van Steenberg - Monks Café Belgian Ale
Verhaeghe - Duchesse De Bougogne Sour Flemish Red
Victory Brewing - All Malt Lager
Victory Brewing - Storm King Stout
Weihenstephaner - Hefeweizen
Weyerbacher - Heresy Imperial Stout
Ayinger - Celebrator Doppelbock
Fullers - London Porter
Breckenridge - Avalanche Amber
Great Divide - Hercules Double IPA
Legend Brewing - Lager
Magic Hat - St. Gootz
Pilsner Urquell - Ur Pilsner
Schneider - Eisbock
Smithwicks - Irish Ale
Victory Brewing - Golden Monkey Abbey Tripel
Widmer - Hefeweizen
Young's - Double Chocolate Stout
Allgauer - Cambonator Doppelbock
Anchor Brewing Co - Liberty Ale
Eggenburger - Hopfenkonig Pils
Franziskaner - Hefe-Weiss
Murphy's - Irish Stout
Nectar Ales - Red Nectar
Paulaner - Original Lager
Rogue - Dead Guy Ale
Sierra Nevada - Pale Ale
Southampton - Mai Bock
Three Floyds - Robert the Bruce
Victory Brewing - Hop Devil Ale
Achouffe - Houblon Double IPA
Ayinger - Brau Weisse
Belhaven - Twisted Thistle IPA
Brooklyn Brewing - Blond Bock
Brooklyn Brewing - Brown Ale
Cherish - Raspberry Lambic
Clipper City - Heavy Seas Loose Cannon
Clipper City - Oxford Raspberry Wheat
De Dolle - Oerbier
Erdinger - Weiss
Einbecker - Mai Bock
Einbecker - Ur Bock
Franziskaner - Hefe-Weissbier
Great Divide - Old Ruffian Barley Wine
Heller - Rauchbier Weizen
Lagunitas - Maximus Double IPA
Legend Brewing - Cask Hopfest
Morlands - Old Speckled Hen
Regenboog T'smisje - Special
Saison Dupont - Vieille Provision
Starr Hill - Jomo Lager
Starr Hill - Love Weiss
St.George - Spring Lager
Smuttynose - Old Brown Dog
Tommy Knocker - Rye Porter
Tommyknocker - Black Powder Stout
Wild Goose - Amber Ale
 

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We were at a random little tavern near my mother-in-law's place, can't remember the name of the place but I think we were in Hammonsport, NY (Finger Lakes area).

The beer menu was so gorgeous, I had to take a photo...



That's just bottles, I didn't get a shot of what they had on tap.
 

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My local is Golden Valley Brewery and it only serves Mark's brews. His seasonals include IPA Brut, Octoberfest and Tannen Bomb, a winter warmer. The other seven taps are all stock offerings.

[Sometimes he'll have a guest tap, but not very often. The Oregon Hotel has a wide variety of microbrews, but I don't go there much.]
 

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Last Sunday I stopped by Growler's in Gaithersburg. At the time, they had:

Nut Brown Ale (my fave)
I.P.A.
Irvington Pale Ale (the hoppiest damned beer I've ever tasted)
Cream Ale
Kolsch
Pumpkin Ale

and they were pouring Shiner Hefeweizen and Guinness, but you can't buy those in a growler.

I intend to stop by tomorrow to grab a couple pints. :rockin:
 

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One of the brew pubs has their 7Cs APA on tap and it's amazing. I think I should try to make it sometime! In case you were wondering the 7Cs refers to all 7 'C' hops.
 
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One of the brew pubs has their 7Cs APA on tap and it's amazing. I think I should try to make it sometime! In case you were wondering the 7Cs refers to all 7 'C' hops.
The New Old Lompoc Brewery in Portland does the same thing with their Double IPA. It's called C-Note. Brewed with all hops beginning with the letter C. They also make a slightly different version for the holidays, darker and a bit hoppier called C-Son's Greetings.
 

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Not going to list them all, but the newest beers at my bar:

Anchor Christmas
Real Ale Shade Grown Coffee Porter
Unibroue Maudite
Young's Double Chocolate Stout
Young's Winter Warmer

Hopefully we'll be getting a couple Live Oak beers, which come out of Austin, TX, soon.
 

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On tap at the place I have to pass walking to and from work every day:

Cantillon Gueuze - Monk's Café Cuvee
Chimay Triple (aka Cinq Cent)
Chouffe Houblon
Delirium Tremons
Geant's Goliath
Hoegaarden
Kwak Pauwel
Lindemans Framboise
Monk's Café Flemish Sour Red Ale
Rodenbach GRAND CRU
St. Bernardus ABT 12°
Ephemere Apple
Sly Fox Pale Ale
Dupont Biere de Miele
Regenboog t'smitje Speciale
Middle Ages 10th Anniversary Ale
Russian River Pliny the Elder

I won't even go into the bottles. :drunk:
 
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I hope your passing on your way to work and STOPPING on your way home. This Sounds like Monk's Cafe. I have never been but my wife travels extensively with work and gets to Philadelphia quite often. I live vicariously through her.
 

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O'Briens Pub in San Diego, CA

Alaskan Brewing Company
Smoked Porter

Alpine Beer Company
Pure Hoppiness

Ballast Point
Dorado Double IPA
Yellowtail Pale Ale

Bear Republic
Racer 5 IPA

Brouwerij Achouffe
N'ice Chouffe

Brouwerij Brasserie De Ranke
Pere Noel, 2005

Brouwerij Het Anker
Gouden Carolous Noel

Deschutes
Jubelale

Green Flash Brewing Company
Imperial IPA

North Coast Brewing Company
Old Rasputin Imperial Stout
Old Stock Ale, 2004

Port Brewing
Wipeout IPA

Reaper Ales
Sleighor Double IPA

Russian River
Pliny the Elder
Russian River IPA

Sierra Nevada
Celebration Ale
Extra Special Pale

Stone Brewing
Ruination IPA

The pub's mottos are:

"I didn't come here to save money or lose weight"
"20 taps, lots of hops"
"the Hoppiest Place on Earth"
 

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Mackinaw Brewing Company:

Grand Traverse Golden, Peninsula Pale Ale, Red 8 Ale, Beadle's Best Bitter, Harvest Moon Oatmeal Stout, "The Bridge" Nut Brown Ale, Belgian Whitecap and one of their seasonals is a Barleywine served in a snifter.

Northpeak Brewing Company:

Shirleys Stout, Steelhead Red, Mission Point Porter, Pale Ale, couple others which I forget their names at the moment (normally get the darker beers here). Their seasonals right now are a engine Honey Brown, Christmas Beer and a Munich Helles.

I need to make another stop at both here sometime soon, they usually change their 7th and 8th taps every 3-4 weeks.
 

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Rotating Taps (Updated July 8, 2009)
Bell's Oberon (website) - 5.8% ABV - An American Wheat Ale from Kalamazoo, Michigan
Bell's Two Hearted Ale (website) - 7.1% ABV - An American IPA from Kalamazoo, Michigan
Brooklyn Summer Ale (website) - 4.5% ABV - An American Pale Ale from Brooklyn, New York
Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA (website) - 9.0% ABV- An American Imperial IPA from Milton, Delaware
Founders Double Trouble (website) - 9.4% ABV - An American Double IPA from Grand Rapids, Michigan
Goose Island Summertime (website) - 5.0% - A Kolsch from Chicago, Illinois
Kronenbourg 1664 (website) - 5.9% - A European Pale Lager from France
Sam Adams Summer Ale (website) - 5.2% ABV - An American Wheat Ale from Boston, Massachusetts
Schlafly Kolsch (website) - 5.4% ABV - A German Kolsch from St. Louis, Missouri

Ale Tap Offerings
Blue Moon (website) - 5.4% ABV - An American White Ale from Golden, Colorado
Chimay Triple (White) (website) - 8.0% ABV - A Tripel from Belgium
Delirium Tremens (website) - 9.0% ABV- An Belgian Strong Pale Ale from Belgium
Franziskaner Hefe (website) - 5.0% ABV - A German Wheat Ale from Germany
Fuller's ESB (website) - 5.9% ABV - An Extra Special Bitter from England
Guinness Stout (website) - 4.2% ABV - A Dry Stout from Ireland
Hoegaarden (website) - 4.9% ABV - A Witbier from Belgium
Kentucky Ale (website) - 5.0% ABV - A cross between an Irish Red and an English Pale Ale from Lexington, Kentucky
Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale (website) - 7.0% ABV - A Bourbon Barrel Aged Beer from Lexington, KY
Killian's Irish Red (website) - 4.9% ABV - An Irish Red Ale from Golden, Colorado
Leffe Blonde (website) - 6.6% ABV - A Belgian Pale Ale from Belgium
Lindemans Framboise (website) - 4.0% ABV - A Lambic Beer flavored with raspberries from Belgium
Magic Hat #9 (website) - 5.1% ABV - An American Pale Ale from Burlington, Vermont
Newcastle Brown Ale (website) - 4.7% ABV - An English Brown Ale from England
Rogue Mocha Porter (website) - 5.3% ABV - An American Porter from Newport, Oregon
Sierra Nevada Brown Ale (website) - 5.5% ABV - An American Brown Ale from Chico, California
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale (website) - 5.6% ABV - An American Pale Ale from Chico, California
Smithwick's Irish Ale (website) - 4.5% ABV - An Irish Ale from Ireland
Stone IPA (website) - 6.9% ABV - An American IPA from Escondido, California
Unibroue Maudite (website) - 8.0% ABV - A Belgian Strong Dark Ale from Quebec, Canada

Lager Tap Offerings
Anchor Steam (website) - 4.9% ABV - A California Common / Steam Beer from San Francisco, California
Bitburger (website) - 4.8% ABV - A German Pilsner from Germany
Budweiser (website) - 5.0% ABV - An American Lager from St. Louis, Missouri
Bud Light (website) - 4.2% ABV - A light American Lager from St. Louis, Missouri
Coors Light (website) - 4.2% ABV - A light American Lager from Golden, Colorado
Miller Lite (website) - 4.17% ABV - A light American Lager from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Spaten Lager (website) - 5.2% ABV - A German Pilsner from Germany
Spaten Oktoberfest (website) - 5.9% ABV - An Oktoberfest/Marzen from Germany
Stella Artois (website) - 5.2% ABV - A European Pale Lager from Belgium

Cider Tap Offerings
Strongbow English Cider (website) - 5.0% ABV from England
Woodchuck Draft Cider (website) - 5.0% ABV from Middlebury, Vermont

The other night they had Stone Levitation, Self Righteous, and 13th anniversary on tap. I got a pitcher of the SR and it came with 2 Arrogant Bastard pint glasses we could keep, which is how pint night works.

The bottle list is waay longer :mug:
Pazzo's Bottled Beers
 

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Portland's belmont station is within walking distance of my house. Walking the dog can be an expensive trip...

draft:
Roots Flanders Red
Green Flash West Coast IPA
4th Street Eager Beaver IPA
Boulevard Singlewide IPA
Wandering Aengus Wanderlust Cider
Boulevard Tank 7 Saison
Boulder Flashback Anniversary Ale
Upright Five
Great Divide 15th Anniversary Ale
Redstone Nectar Of The Hops Mead
Rogue Charlie
New Belgium La Folie
Bruery White Zin
Ninkasi Batch #1000 (aka Ian's Special Brew)
Alameda Yellow Wolf Imperial IPA
Rock Bottom Maude Flanders
Hopworks IPA (cask conditioned)

then there is the bottle list that can be consumed at the cafe next door. :rockin:
 

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I am so jealous of you west coast bastards, with your awesome beer selections. At my local spot, we have been slacking on getting new stuff. Never got the Live Oak stuff, but we have all of Real Ale's year-round selection:
Full Moon Pale Rye
Fireman's #4 (Blonde)
Brewhouse Brown
Rio Blanco Pale

We also have St. Arnold's Oktoberfest, and we had their Divine Reserve #8, a limited edition Scotch ale, but that's almost blown out. The best beer we've gotten this year is probably Abita Andygator, which is a Helles Doppelbock. I have yet to meet someone that's tried it and hasn't liked it.
 
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