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    I don't drink, but I stumbled across this odd idea today...

    LINK

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    Quote Originally Posted by DougW8
    Now that there is one close, I can pick it up more often. In fact, that was my first purchase. I'll be up in Portland for a few days starting Sunday. I plan on sampling lots of brews while I'm there. Hope I can stay awake during my conference.
    If you can bring me back a couple six packs of Blue Heron, I will be forever in debt to you


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    Quote Originally Posted by roenick
    I have said it before and I will say it again:

    Alaskan Amber

    http://www.alaskanbeer.com/ourbrew.html
    I agree with that choice. I found it while on an Alaskan cruise two years ago. Then recently a local restaurant has it on tap and I actually found it in an Alberstons.

    Another favorite is Firestone Double Barrell Unfiltered. You can't get it at the store but at the brewhouse it is mighty tasty.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by GALLY
    I agree with that choice. I found it while on an Alaskan cruise two years ago. Then recently a local restaurant has it on tap and I actually found it in an Alberstons.

    Another favorite is Firestone Double Barrell Unfiltered. You can't get it at the store but at the brewhouse it is mighty tasty.........
    I LOVE Firestone Double Barrell. Possibly the best microbrew out there.

    Haven't been to the brewhouse, if i ever go i'll try the unfiltered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azagthoth
    I LOVE Firestone Double Barrell. Possibly the best microbrew out there.

    Haven't been to the brewhouse, if i ever go i'll try the unfiltered.
    It's not bad at all, but in my brewpub travels, there are plenty of better brews out there. Keep tasting as many different ones as you can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azagthoth
    I LOVE Firestone Double Barrell. Possibly the best microbrew out there.

    Haven't been to the brewhouse, if i ever go i'll try the unfiltered.
    If you are ever traveling on the central coast the Firestone Brewery is in Buelton across the freeway from Pea Soup Andersons. I think they just opened another one in Atascadero right of the freeway as well but I haven't been to that one.

    I highly recommend dropping in for a quick taste if you are in the area. They also have a really good chili if have a chance to stay for a meal....

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingsjohn
    If you can bring me back a couple six packs of Blue Heron, I will be forever in debt to you

    I brought a couple of six packs back last year, but I drank them before I ever had a chance to get them to you. I'm flying this year, so may be a bit harder. I'll see what I can do. Really, I thought 1 six pack for me, 1 for John, Ok, 7 bottles for me, 5 for John. Well, I'm sure John would be happy if I saved him 3 beers. Some indication of the quality of that brew. Maybe I should just arrange shipping while I'm there.

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    Default Re: The recommend-a-beer thread

    stone stout! absolutly the best dark there is
    reaper redemtion red very tasty

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    Quote Originally Posted by go
    For a Pilsner, try the ones from Plzen, Czech Republic.

    Pilsner Urquell and Czechvar are a couple you can find.
    quick question..... how many of you know that czechvar's real name is budvar and that its the ORIGINAL budweiser?

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    Quote Originally Posted by garthiac
    quick question..... how many of you know that czechvar's real name is budvar and that its the ORIGINAL budweiser?
    I've had a Budvar in Prague and I was told it is not the original Budweiser. Urban myth.

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