1. Tony S

    Tony S aka qcanoe Skier

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    Sister beer to the above. Possibly the perfect kielbasa or bratwurst brew? I had it a few weeks ago and didn't like it. With sauerkraut and a dog, on the other hand ... glorious.

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  2. Bad Bob

    Bad Bob Out on the slopes Skier

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    Spent a little time down at Mishap Brewing in Buffalo, WY this afternoon after golf. If you are headed to Denver from Twin Cities, Billings, Chicago,...... You probably go right by it. Award winning wheat beer, killer IPA's, a Kolsch, cream ale the list goes on; try it you'll like it.
     
  3. surfsnowgirl

    surfsnowgirl Going into my 3rd season as an instructor Skier

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    Black Hog Ginga Ninja has always been a favorite of mine. Went to their brewery in Oxford, CT the other day and was blown away by the rest of their selection. OMG I could live there. Lots of everything including sours and ipa's.

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  4. luliski

    luliski Getting on the lift Skier

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    I like the looks of that one. One of my favorite pale ales is a Mosaic Pale. Probably won't find Hobo Brewing beers here, but i'll look for Galaxy pales to get an idea.
     
  5. albertanskigirl

    albertanskigirl aka Sabrina Skier

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    When I was in Bozeman last week., I had the pleasure of trying this amber ale from Bozeman's own Outlaw Brewery. pretty tasty - especially with all of the delicious food at the Blackbird Restaurant - highly recommended!

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  6. Willyum215

    Willyum215 Booting up Skier

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    There's a quality brewery right outside of Philadelphia called Victory that brews a really good double IPA called Dirt Wolf - last night one of my local bar/restaurants had it on a nitro tap... amazing! really changed the whole flavor, smoothed out the hop bite in a really nice way.
    Beer info:
    https://www.victorybeer.com/beers/dirtwolf-double-ipa/
     
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  7. surfsnowgirl

    surfsnowgirl Going into my 3rd season as an instructor Skier

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    I'm normally an IPA gal but sometimes a Shock Top just calls my name.

    Not drinking beer during the week sure makes it taste better when i do.

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  8. Read Blinn

    Read Blinn lakespapa Skier

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    Toppling Goliath Brewing Company's Pseudo Sue, a single hop (Citra) pale ale. Fragrant, juicy, nice persistent head.

    Toppling Goliath (Decorah, Iowa) currently holds the top spot on BeerAdvocate's list of the 200 best beers with their Kentucky Brunch Brand Stout.
     
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  9. TexasStout

    TexasStout THE Texan is here! Skier

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    My favorite hops now are Mosaic and Citra. Seems I go back and forth with Mosaic IPAs usually my go-to. Will occasionally have a sour or stout, but stouts usually not til weather is cooler.

    Locals Lone Pint Yellow Rose IPA (single malt, single hop) and Hops & Grain Pale Mosaic are almost always in my fridge.
     
  10. scott43

    scott43 Out on the slopes Skier

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    Had one of these fellas last weekend..how can you say no to Rogue Dead Guy Ale??? :huh:

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  11. surfsnowgirl

    surfsnowgirl Going into my 3rd season as an instructor Skier

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    Getting tickets to this tomorrow.

    http://www.harborbrewfest.com/

    Local baseball venue filled with a ton of beer vendors and food trucks. One price for 4 hours of unlimited sampling. HEAVEN.
     
  12. Read Blinn

    Read Blinn lakespapa Skier

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    The real Sue, King Sue, a double IPA, also from Toppling Goliath. Really impressed by those Iowa beers.
     
  13. TexasStout

    TexasStout THE Texan is here! Skier

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  14. luliski

    luliski Getting on the lift Skier

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  15. Jim McDonald

    Jim McDonald Moonrise Furano: Jan 8 2017 Skier

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    I usually get a bit hazy after 5 IPAs :P
     
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  16. Kurt

    Kurt Alps Skier

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    20150716_181210.jpg 20150716_181454.jpg Brian Beer.jpg The setting and friends make the beer; that said, too few good microbreweries in the alps, definitely not saturated like many places in the states (I guess saturation isn't really a problem). Anyone want to start a microbrewery at a Swiss ski resort? I'm in...
     
  17. luliski

    luliski Getting on the lift Skier

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    True, and those are some beautiful locations, but I just can't drink lager. We had a hard time finding good beer in Switzerland.
     
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  18. TexasStout

    TexasStout THE Texan is here! Skier

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    I hear Stone Brewing's Berlin brewery is now distributing to Switzerland, so there ya' go.
     
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  19. Kurt

    Kurt Alps Skier

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    Yes, hard to find, especially at mountain huts and on the slopes, but there are some good ones scattered around.
     
  20. Kurt

    Kurt Alps Skier

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    Yep, I've seen Stone in the grocery stores; pricey but hard to pass up! What I miss are the brew pubs and flights like pictured in @surfsnowgirl post.
     
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