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Old 04-12-2015, 08:45 PM   #3521
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Troegs perpetual last night. Was okay but since only really drinking IPAs lately I've come to find I only really enjoy them when they are super hoppy. Anything less than say hoptimum hoppy is eh.


Lagunitas night time tonight. Didn't say exactly what it is but I wanted something dark for a change and I guess it's a black IPA. Typical bitter and chocolate taste with a hint of hop sweetness. I like it and I've never been to fond of lagunitas or any cali beers tbh.
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Old 04-20-2015, 10:59 AM   #3522
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I have an open question to everyone that posts here.


I live in Colorado and we fancy ourselves a "beer state". We got some big names breweries here like Coors and Blue Moon, but my friend and I were talking the other day and we wonder how widespread some of our other local breweries' beers are.


Left Hand
ODell
Breckenridge
New Belgium
Dry Dock
Bristol


Anybody have beers by any of these in their local stores?
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Old 04-20-2015, 11:07 AM   #3523
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New Belgium is available everywhere here, fat tire being what most drink. Left hand is sold is most states from their map on their site. Not familiar with the others but you guys also have like 150+ breweries so who knows.
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Old 04-20-2015, 11:09 AM   #3524
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Originally Posted by StewieSwan
I have an open question to everyone that posts here.


I live in Colorado and we fancy ourselves a "beer state". We got some big names breweries here like Coors and Blue Moon, but my friend and I were talking the other day and we wonder how widespread some of our other local breweries' beers are.


Left Hand
ODell
Breckenridge
New Belgium
Dry Dock
Bristol


Anybody have beers by any of these in their local stores?



I get Left Hand and Breckenridge for sure. I know I don't get New Belgium. I can't recall seeing the others, but I'm not sure.
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Old 04-20-2015, 01:52 PM   #3525
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Left Hand and New Belgium are the only two that I've seen around Georgia.
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Old 04-21-2015, 02:40 PM   #3526
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Wanted some lighter beers so picked up a blue moon summer seasonal pack thing. Drinking the cinnamon horchata now. Tastes like apple pie, pretty good.
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Old 04-21-2015, 07:06 PM   #3527
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I have an open question to everyone that posts here.


I live in Colorado and we fancy ourselves a "beer state". We got some big names breweries here like Coors and Blue Moon, but my friend and I were talking the other day and we wonder how widespread some of our other local breweries' beers are.


Left Hand
ODell
Breckenridge
New Belgium
Dry Dock
Bristol


Anybody have beers by any of these in their local stores?
NY/NJ area here, definitely get Left Hand (love the Milk Stout) but none of the others. I've had New Belgium before though in the Washington D.C. area but haven't seen it elsewhere.

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Wanted some lighter beers so picked up a blue moon summer seasonal pack thing. Drinking the cinnamon horchata now. Tastes like apple pie, pretty good.
Just finished off some First Peach Ale I had sitting in the fridge. I like it.
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