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12 Pack Assorted Colorado Beer All Cans
A few weekends ago my buddies brought a 12'er of all microbrews from different breweries in Colorado, all in CANS, to a race at SolVista.....
such a great idea and delicious assortment. But now I cant seem to find that damm 12 pack anywhere.
Anybody know where to find it or seen it around?!
I'm a unitard!
Haven't seen or heard of one from different breweries. Ska does have one that has 4 each of True Blonde, ESB, and Modus Hoperandi.
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Originally Posted by mtbfool
Yeah it was awesome. It had 2 from Ska, 2 from Oskar Blues, 2 from New Belgium, 2 from Boulder Brewing, 2 from Great Divide, and 2 from one other brewery that I forget at the time being.
Pretty much the greatest assortment ever.
The Dude abides
I know exactly what you're talking about. I picked up one of those 12packs about 3 weeks ago from the liquor mart in Boulder. http://www.liquormart.com/
Originally Posted by nhltfour
Was the first and only time I had ever seen it.
"Some will fall in love with life and drink it from a fountain that is pouring like an avalanche coming down the mountain."
I've seen the oskar blues and Ska assortment of course. And I know fat tire comes in cans now. Breckenridge avalanche can be had in a can too, as can Railyard from Wycoop brewery downtown.
I haven't seen anything from Boulder brew or Great Divide in a Can, but I'd like to!
I don't know why exactly, but I enjoy drinking out of a can more than a bottle.
I'm a fan of the CO canned beer, especially since it's always around and easy to find (I'm in Fort Collins)
Originally Posted by smilinsteve
What I've had in cans (Made in CO beers)
New Belgium Cans:
Mighty Arrow (now a seasonal)
Oskar Blues (all, only cans)
Ten Fidy Imperial Stout (awesome)
Yella Pils (awesome post lawn mow or pool side beer)
Modus Hoperandi I.P.A
True Blonde (Awesome canned beer)
Avery Brewing is on the way too with 4 canned beers in CO...Ellie's Brown ale is one of my go-to 6 packs (bottles) so I can't wait.
All I can say is that it would suck playing various drinking games with Ten Fidy Imperial Stout...it's pretty strong stuff!
Gotta stay hydrated!
I'm in Fort Collins, too, and somewhat interested in the Niner operations manager opportunity, but not to the extent of leaving Fort Collins. If they can have one Fort Fun employee, why not two?
Originally Posted by 2melow
Pug Ryan's has a few beers in cans as well. I know they are canning their wheat and their pilsner.