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pablo951 463:79
Originally posted by tennisjoel
Minneapolis might be a no brainer for you, if you and your friend enjoy hanging out with other beer geeks for the weekend and the timing works for you. The 2013 Ratebeer Summer Gathering is taking place there in mid-August.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/15ImZcgN2O8V0eQ2OSPQpapDuPwykKpNkD8u4-jdIKfQ/edit?pli=1

Youre the second person to recommend Minneapolis, this may be one to seriously consider.
4/8/2013 11:18:45 PM

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pablo951 463:79
Originally posted by Steve_0
Fort Collins/Longmont/Boulder/Denver Area. Everything is within an hour of each other. New Belgium, Odell, Funkwerks, Crooked Stave, Great Divide, Avery, etc. . . . and those are just the heavy hitters. Plenty more smaller places to be had and great bars/restaurants.
4/8/2013 11:19:20 PM

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pablo951 463:79
Originally posted by Steve_0
Fort Collins/Longmont/Boulder/Denver Area. Everything is within an hour of each other. New Belgium, Odell, Funkwerks, Crooked Stave, Great Divide, Avery, etc. . . . and those are just the heavy hitters. Plenty more smaller places to be had and great bars/restaurants.

I have always wanted to do a Colorado brewery tour.
4/8/2013 11:19:38 PM

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Erlangernick 1:2
Belgium?
4/9/2013 12:24:59 AM

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HOPSHUNTER 742:33
Id love to do Portland, also Vermont is high on my list.
4/9/2013 7:42:18 AM

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Javier25 1:
Originally posted by Steve_0
Fort Collins/Longmont/Boulder/Denver Area. Everything is within an hour of each other. New Belgium, Odell, Funkwerks, Crooked Stave, Great Divide, Avery, etc. . . . and those are just the heavy hitters. Plenty more smaller places to be had and great bars/restaurants.

Im moving to Longmont next wk. would love to know all the great food spots, and where to buy my beer!
4/9/2013 7:55:28 AM

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Javier25 1:
Originally posted by Steve_0
Fort Collins/Longmont/Boulder/Denver Area. Everything is within an hour of each other. New Belgium, Odell, Funkwerks, Crooked Stave, Great Divide, Avery, etc. . . . and those are just the heavy hitters. Plenty more smaller places to be had and great bars/restaurants.

Im moving to Longmont next wk. would love to know all the great food spots, and where to buy my beer!
4/9/2013 7:55:59 AM

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BVery 6984:472
I think youd love Minneapolis. Portland is also on my very short list of places to go.
4/9/2013 7:57:07 AM

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liquidcrack 45:15
Southern California: Pizza Port, Stone, Green Flash, Ballast Point, Alesmith.. and then some
4/28/2013 12:30:58 PM

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StefanSD 2193:45
A beer tour of Prague would top my list of places to visit. Gotta get me some Plotmavy. A trip to Finland to get some real Sahti would be a close second. And third a trip to Ecuador to get some real Chicha is a dream.
4/28/2013 12:44:15 PM

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