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    Only been to New Belgium in Colorado. Cool place, & all the people working there are part owners....

    A bit off topic, but a few years back we did a Kentucky Bourbon distillery tour weekend, was fun. Saw Makers Mark, Jim Beam, Woodford Reserve, Buffalo Trace, & Wild Turkey....

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    Wow, Kona brewery looks phenominal! I visited my friend a couple years ago in VT & he lives about 2 miles from Long Trail brewery. Needless to say we frequented that place after snowboarding. Great beer & food.

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    In '05:

    The Heineken Brewery













    Also went to (pictures aren't online though):

    The Hofbräuhaus - Munich, Germany
    The Augustiner Brewery - Munich, Germany

    Worked at Unibroue - Chambly, QC, Canada

    And I guess some other breweries / micro in Quebec and Europe that I don't remember

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    Finally!!!

    Ok...rainy...dreary....day after XMASS....finally got to Yuengling's.

    Very nice tour of a very old facility that is still producing today! Our tour guide was a very enthusiastic Yuengling Associate who works five days a week at the brewery and works Saturdays giving tours. Great history of beer as well as beer industry and its role in the birth of a growing democracy! Yuenglings Caves were open also and part of the tour...they played a prominent role for Yuenglings both in pre refrigeration days and during prohibition when they were allowed to make Porter for medicinal reasons.

    So here is my updated list:

    Budweiser -St. Louis Missouri
    Stroh's in Allentown- PA
    Appalachian Brewing Company- PA
    Fruita Brew Pub -Colorado
    Trout River- Vermont
    Miller- New York
    LionsHead- PA
    Falstaff- MA
    Pallisades- Colorado
    Black Rock- PA
    Lake Placid- New York
    Hoppers- SLC , Utah
    Porcupine Grill- SLC, Utah
    Red Rock Junction- Park City, Utah
    Turonis- Evansville, Indiana
    Calhouns(now Callies)- Harrisonburg , Virginia
    Zywiec- Poland/Czech/Slovak Border area Europe
    Kona-Hawaii
    Yuengling-PA
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    A few more....

    ....pics from the Yuenglings tour today....this place at one time had its own malting operation, stables, coopersmith(barrel making operation), power plant, you get the idea....almost everything except the raw ingredients were produced at the site...amazing.
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    Flying Goose

    Visited The Flying Goose Brew Pub in the Lake Sunapee region of New Hampshire this weekend. Enjoyed a Oatmeal Stout and a Firken Friday Rye. The gang with me tried the Flying Goose Pale Ale, a couple of Potter Place Porters, and a Red ale. We ended up eating dinner too, All was good!

    My updated List:

    Budweiser -St. Louis Missouri
    Stroh's in Allentown- PA
    Appalachian Brewing Company- PA
    Fruita Brew Pub -Colorado
    Trout River- Vermont
    Miller- New York
    LionsHead- PA
    Falstaff- MA
    Pallisades- Colorado
    Black Rock- PA
    Lake Placid- New York
    Hoppers- SLC , Utah
    Porcupine Grill- SLC, Utah
    Red Rock Junction- Park City, Utah
    Turonis- Evansville, Indiana
    Calhouns(now Callies)- Harrisonburg , Virginia
    Zywiec- Poland/Czech/Slovak Border area Europe
    Kona-Hawaii
    Yuengling-PA
    The Flying Goose- Lake Sunapee, New Hampshire
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    dam Jeff you really get around, thats a big list.

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    Wow, you are a busy boy.

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    Alley Kat Brewing in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. (was put to work here in exchange for a couple of pints of their fabulous Aprikat!)
    Jasper Brewing Company in Jasper, Alberta, Canada.
    The Grizzly Paw in Canmore, Alberta, Canada.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ttowry
    i am planning on taking a tour of the sweet water brewery in Atlanta, GA this summer.
    Be sure you make that happen! I went over Labor Day weekend, it's a great time. The tour was a little bland but for $8 you get a 420 pint glass for keeps and 6 pours at their extremely nice, and large brew bar. Make sure to try the dank-tank brew and tip the chicks!
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    Dingling is now contract brewed and if I recall correctly only the bottled beer comes from Pottsville and the canned Yuengling comes from various contract brewers around the country


    Quote Originally Posted by JeffSkisMontana
    ...and I was reminded of 2 other breweries that I have visited;

    1. Turoni's- Evansville, Indiana
    2. Calhouns(now Callies)- Harrisonburg,Virginia

    A1an......I am not aware of a Yuengling brewerey in tampa area....I thought they only had one in Pottsville, PA>?
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    Heineken Brewery in Amsterdam
    Guiness Brewery in Dublin
    Sweetwater Brewery in Atlanta, GA
    Red Brick Brewery in Atlanta, GA
    Terrapin Brewery in Athens, GA
    Dogfish Head Brewery in Rehoboth Beach, DE

    I dont think I've got pics from any on my most recent computer. Red Brick is the one I've been to the most since they pour full pints and have better live music than Sweetwater. And they have killer all-you-can-drink secret parties if you're in the know.

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    Lone Peak Brewery....Big Sky Montana

    Visited Lone Peak Brewery in Montana. Great selection of ales.....lively after ski/riding scene. We sampled: Nordic Blonde, Hippy Highway Oatmeal Stout, Steep 'n Deep Porter, and Buck Snort Porter! All were exceptional...... Bison Burgers were good too!

    My updated List:

    Budweiser -St. Louis Missouri
    Stroh's in Allentown- PA
    Appalachian Brewing Company- PA
    Fruita Brew Pub -Colorado
    Trout River- Vermont
    Miller- New York
    LionsHead- PA
    Falstaff- MA
    Pallisades- Colorado
    Black Rock- PA
    Lake Placid- New York
    Hoppers- SLC , Utah
    Porcupine Grill- SLC, Utah
    Red Rock Junction- Park City, Utah
    Turonis- Evansville, Indiana
    Calhouns(now Callies)- Harrisonburg , Virginia
    Zywiec- Poland/Czech/Slovak Border area Europe
    Kona-Hawaii
    Yuengling-PA
    The Flying Goose- Lake Sunapee, New Hampshire
    Lone Peak Brewing- Big Sky, Montana
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    My list as follows.
    In Southern California:
    Stone
    Greenflash
    Lost Abbey/Pizza Port
    The Bruery
    Tustin Brewery

    In Northern California:
    Russian River
    Bear Republic
    Moylans
    21st Amendment

    Hawaii:
    Maui Brewing

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    Coors, Golden, CO
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    Dogfish Head - Milton, DE
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    Quote Originally Posted by underwaterexplosions
    Alley Kat Brewing in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. (was put to work here in exchange for a couple of pints of their fabulous Aprikat!)
    Jasper Brewing Company in Jasper, Alberta, Canada.
    The Grizzly Paw in Canmore, Alberta, Canada.
    You must make it to Tree in Kelowna. I had the Grizzly Paw at a beer fest here in Calgary, but never have made it to their brewery (ditto Revelstoke).

    My list off the top of my head (not including small brew pubs):
    Bells, Kalamazoo, MI
    Frankemuth MI
    Karl Strauss, San Diego, CA
    Tree, Kelowna, BC
    Wild Rose, Calgary, AB
    Granite, Halifax, NS
    Garrison, Halifax, NS
    Molson, Montreal, QC
    Labatts, Toronto, ON
    Sam Smith, London
    Litovel, Czech Republic

    ETA: Oops, Maui Brewing as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffSkisMontana
    Aloha, Got a new one to add to the list:

    Kona, Hawaii

    Very nice selection of brews and great food.

    My list:
    Budweiser -St. Louis Missouri
    Stroh's in Allentown- PA
    Appalachian Brewing Company- PA
    Fruita Brew Pub -Colorado
    Trout River- Vermont
    Miller- New York
    LionsHead- PA
    Falstaff- MA
    Pallisades- Colorado
    Black Rock- PA
    Lake Placid- New York
    Hoppers- SLC , Utah
    Porcupine Grill- SLC, Utah
    Red Rock Junction- Park City, Utah
    Turonis- Evansville, Indiana
    Calhouns(now Callies)- Harrisonburg , Virginia
    Zywiec- Poland/Czech/Slovak Border area Europe
    Brew Moon was the first microbrewery I ever went to — when I was 16! They had micropub Root Beer that I drank the numerous times I went there that summer (my father was TDY @ Trippler and I flew out to spend the summer in the state where I was born while he was there). When my wife & I went back to Hawaii for our honeymoon we ate dinner there one night and I finally got to try the beers.

    Since then I've been to at least 20 breweries in almost as many states and have mugs from all but two of them. My favorite would be Moon River here in Savannah - but that might just be my bias to how fresh the beer is when I go there for a drink.

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    Its Magic....

    Visited Magic Hat in So. Burlington Vermont this weekend. Unfortunately, I only had my phone camera so pics are lacking..........But the Magic Hat was not! Gotta get back to this place again....will probably visit Burlington Brew Pub and SwitchBack when i am in area again!
    Miller- Baldwinsville, New York
    Coors- Golden, Colorado
    Budweiser -St. Louis Missouri
    Stroh's- Allentown, Pennsylvania
    Appalachian Brewing Company- Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
    Fruita Brew Pub -Fruita, Colorado
    Trout River- Lyndonville, Vermont
    LionsHead- Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania
    Falstaff- Natick, Massachusetts
    Pallisades- Grand Junction, Colorado
    Black Rock- Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania
    Lake Placid- Lake Placid, New York
    Hoppers- SLC , Utah
    Porcupine Grill- SLC, Utah
    Red Rock Junction- Park City, Utah
    Turonis- Evansville, Indiana
    Calhouns(now Callies)- Harrisonburg , Virginia
    Zywiec- Poland/Czech/Slovak Border area Europe
    Kona-Hawaii
    Yuengling-Pottsville, Pennsylvania
    OneGuyBrewing- Berwick, Pennsylvania
    The Flying Goose- Lake Sunapee, New Hampshire
    Lone Peak Brewing- Big Sky, Montana
    Magic Hat- Burlington, Vermont
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    Rahr & Sons Brewery in Ft. Worth, Tx

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    Small world, I live less than a mile and a half from the magic hat brewery.


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    Har...........

    Poon! Visited the Harpoon Brewery located in Boston. Once again had only the cell phone camera so the pics are a bit fuzzy. Beer and Ale was great.

    My list:
    Miller- Baldwinsville, New York
    Coors- Golden, Colorado
    Budweiser -St. Louis Missouri
    Stroh's- Allentown, Pennsylvania
    Appalachian Brewing Company- Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
    Fruita Brew Pub -Fruita, Colorado
    Trout River- Lyndonville, Vermont
    LionsHead- Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania
    Falstaff- Natick, Massachusetts
    Pallisades- Grand Junction, Colorado
    Black Rock- Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania
    Long Trail- Bridgewater Corners, Vermont
    Lake Placid- Lake Placid, New York
    Hoppers- SLC , Utah
    Porcupine Grill- SLC, Utah
    Red Rock Junction- Park City, Utah
    Turonis- Evansville, Indiana
    Calhouns(now Callies)- Harrisonburg , Virginia
    Zywiec- Poland/Czech/Slovak Border area Europe
    Kona-Hawaii
    Yuengling-Pottsville, Pennsylvania
    OneGuyBrewing- Berwick, Pennsylvania
    The Flying Goose- Lake Sunapee, New Hampshire
    Lone Peak Brewing- Big Sky, Montana
    Magic Hat- Burlington, Vermont
    Harpoon- Boston, Massachusetts
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    Flat Earth Brewery St. Paul, MN
    Leinenkugels Chippewa Falls, WI
    Summit Brewery St. Paul, MN (July 22nd)

    Trying for:
    Surly Brewing Brooklyn Center, MN (this is a hard tour to get in on it's only on Fridays and you have to book a month in advance)

    Flat Earth is a very small brewery it's literally one room and they hand bottle everything. However they're very generous on beer. There are no tokens it's just keep going until you get your fill. On Growler fill up days they have more beers to try and the growlers are about $10 to refill. They have a very nice Belgian Pale Ale and Stout.

    Leini's was kind of dissappointing you get 3 drink tokens and basically a shot glass of beer. We have a friend along who doesn't drink so we took his tokens (we went for a ride a Hickory Ridge). The tour wasn't that involved either and they gave silly lottery scratch key chains for correct answers (you'd think they'd give bottle openers). I had a lot of questions for the tour guide and got a lot of "I don't knows."


    This was all I could find of the pics. Will see if friends still have them.
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    I often give the tours at Lake Superior Brewing. If your near Duluth give us a call !

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