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Tell me an unknown brewery that I should make sure I try at GABF...


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Ibrew2or3 6782:338
Great thread.


I hope to finally try a WV brewed beer.
Morgantown Brewing, Morgantown, WV.


10/8/2012 5:41:03 PM

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daknole 8941:388
Beachwood is one of my favorites. Iíve tried a fair number of Julianís beers. Great stuff.
10/8/2012 6:18:38 PM

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joet 2137:90
Originally posted by OldStyleCubFan
Hardywood out of Richmond is really interesting. They do a lot of big real fruit beers that are very uniQue not sure if they are at gabf


Not this time...
http://www.greatamericanbeerfestival.com/at-the-festival/breweries-at-the-2012-festival/
10/8/2012 6:26:43 PM

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joet 2137:90
Originally posted by sloth
Check out Burley Oak. Some solid beers.Bullet Proof Tiger was a surprisingly nice DIPA. Tired Hands of course also, or so it seems.


None of those are going.
10/8/2012 6:27:39 PM

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sethdude 694:17
Public House Brewing Company- Rolla, MO. Theyíve got a few awards under their belt already.

GABF 2011- Bronze- Bird and Baby Mild Ale
World Beer Cup- 3rd Place Session Beer- Revelations Stout
10/8/2012 6:29:18 PM

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Drake 8030:474
Originally posted by OldStyleCubFan
Hardywood out of Richmond is really interesting. They do a lot of big real fruit beers that are very uniQue not sure if they are at gabf


I donít see Hardywood listed. Nor is Williamsburg Alewerks, which is sad. Well, not sad for me I guess.

From my area...

Blue Mountain has good stuff and their Barrel House beers are kinda unique. Devils Backbone is good.

DC Brau, Mad Fox, Lost Rhino, Heavy Seas, Stillwater, Pisgah all make good stuff.
10/8/2012 6:33:08 PM

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joet 2137:90
The Commons - trying to get a yeast on the board
10/8/2012 6:35:50 PM

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blutt59 5999:152
Second for Avondale, Karbach , Peticolas and Deep Ellum
10/8/2012 6:45:37 PM

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BBB63 5964:135
Odd Side Ales out of Grand Haven Michigan and Flat 12 out of Indianapolis. Oh and one NOT to try, Four Horseman from South Bend.
10/8/2012 7:38:13 PM

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beerisgoodforu 992:
La Cumbre from Albuquerque NM. Man I was surprised by them, especially their IPAís Elevated and Acclimated. A nice tiny hidden gem, from a place you probably only associate with meth labs... :-P
10/9/2012 2:43:11 AM

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