Tuesday, September 2, 2014

TIME OF THE SAISON:  Perhaps more accurately than most lists to which this blog links, Thrillist ranks the fifty states by the beers each brews.

8 comments:

  1. bill.9:36 AM

    I'll be Florida later this month and if I'm not in the distribution area for the Funky Buddha’s Maple Bacon Coffee Porter I will be sad.

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  2. Joseph Finn10:11 AM

    I may be the only Chicago-area person who didn't care that much for Goose Island even before the buyout (just not my speed), but I certainly respect them for showing the way for the various breweries we have now.

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  3. The Pathetic Earthling1:05 PM

    Yeah -- Goose Island was a fun bar to go to and play pool back in my law school days, but I've never thought it was that great.

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  4. Tara Kennedy2:05 PM

    Obligatory sigh for the lack of DC. Again.

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  5. Andrew5:26 PM

    Craft beer is sill a wonderfully diverse locally. While the larger craft breweries (Dogfish Head, Sierra Nevada, Stone, Brooklyn) all have wide distribution, there are lots of gems that don't get out much.

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  6. Deanna K. Dykstra9:45 PM

    There's even a travel show coming. http://blog.travelchannel.com/the-traveling-type/2014/09/02/on-location-travel-channel-films-in-colorado-for-the-original-series-microbrew-madness/


    PS Any ALOTT5MA Colorado people or visitors, come up to Fort Collins/Loveland and we'll meet up! We'll start at Funkwerks.

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  7. Marsha10:30 AM

    They make a damned fine root beer, especially when you get it in the bar from the tap.

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  8. Heather K4:02 PM

    Marsha is correct!! Goose Island root beer is known in our house as THE GOOD root beer. (although the west coaster in me is tickled that I can now get Henry Weinhard's root beer at the mariano's near my house)

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