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  1. #1
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    What's up with this brew out of Enterprise ,Oregon? Their IPA is soo awesome but it kicks my ass after two beers. 7% alcohol content is too high.
    Anyone else love their I{PA?

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    I love it too

    I live in Oregon, and have traveled this wondrous state far and wide, yet I've never been to Enterprise (or the Wallowas, for that matter). I hang my head in shame.

    Excellent IPA. I've also tried their winter ale, "Festivale". I did not enjoy it as much, but then again, I'm not a huge winter ale fan.

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    What 7% too high? I think not good sir.

    And beer is definitely one of the pluses of the living in oregon right now

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    I like the brewery/taproom. Watched a storm roll in from from the front porch while sampling this summer - awesome. If in Enterprise, it is well worth the stop.
    I was gonna stop by and see you, but the Jehovas witnesses came by. When they left I started drinking. Voicemail from Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by bridger View Post
    7% alcohol content is too high.
    You need to try more beers. And I'm not talking about Bud, Miller, Coors, etc. 7% is average these days.

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    I typically make a trip out there once a year and always make a point to swing by TG, great place to hang out pre/post ski or backpacking trip. I just wish they would bottle their stout, easily one of my top favorites.
    I only ride bikes to fill the time when I'm not skiing.

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