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    right now i am on a san francisco to boston bike trip and have been hitting up breweries along the way.

    so far we have hit

    Zion Brewery - Zion Utah
    Great Divide Brewery - Denver, Co
    Bristol Brewery - Colorado Springs, Co
    New Belgium, Fort Collins, Co
    Crown Valley Brewery, Genevieve, Mo

    there has not been many on our route through the middle of the usa, hah

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    Visited Deschutes in Bend on Tuesday on my way back to Idaho Falls from Portland. Awesome brewery. It's the second brewery I've toured; I toured Guinness a couple years ago.

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    I just returned from Ireland!
    I toured Heaven's (St. James) Gate in Dublin, and Smithwick's in Kilkenny. Also saw the old Jameson distillery in Dublin and the Beamish factory in Cork but did not tour them.

    And yes, the Guinness there truly is better than you get here!
    Grit, spit, and a whole lot of duct tape!

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    Last year took the tour of the new Flying Dog location in Fredneck MD. Turns out the place is haunted too. We went back and did a paranormal investigation, pretty cool.

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    McMenamins in Oregon
    Ladyface in Agoura Hills, CA
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    Three years ago on the way back to So CA from Washington state.


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    Visited this brewery again....

    ....we were up at the Vermont Mountain Bike Festival and we hit Magic Hat....second time for me.....on the tour we ran into one of the founders(Allan Newman).....our guide did an excellent job....the atomosphere pre tour and after tour is "lively party"....it was friday afternoon at about 4pm.....happy time. Brewfest was going in town....188 craft brewers were there...we could not get in the first night...sold out....we checked out from the Burlington Water front.....big party.....would have liked to join in.
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    man... I've visited over 100 breweries this year. Sorry, no pics. Some of the highlights were

    Homer Brew Co. in Homer, AK
    The Hill Farmstead Brewery in Greensboro Bend, VT
    Portsmouth Brewery, Portsmouth, NH
    Ninkasi in Eugene, OR
    Grand Teton Brew Co in Victor, ID
    Kannah Creek, Grand Junction, CO
    Main Street Brewery, Cortez, CO
    New Belgium in Fort Collins, CO
    etc...

    But I sell hops for a living, so they've been mostly all sales visits. I always keep my bike with me however, and some of these places have awesome riding out their front doors.

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    Mostly in Colorado. Here are what I remember for sure.

    New Belgium Ft Collins, CO
    Odells Brewery Ft Collins, CO
    Budweiser Ft Collins, CO
    Coopersmiths Brewing Ft Collins, CO
    Kannah Creek Brewing Grand Junction, CO
    Pallisade Brewery Pallisade, CO
    Rock Slide Brewery Grand Junction, CO
    Ska Brewery Durango, CO
    Steamworks Brewing Co. Durango, CO
    Glenwood Canyon Brewing Co Glenwood Springs, CO
    Aspen Brewing Co. Aspen, CO
    Breckenridge Brewery Breckenridge, CO
    Rockyard Brewing Co Castle Rock, CO
    Phantom Canyon Brewery Colorado Springs, CO
    Wynkoop Brewery Denver, CO
    Dillon Dam Brewery Dillon, CO
    Golden City Brewery Golden, CO
    Boulder Beer Co Boulder, CO
    Falcon Brewing Co. Parker, CO
    Mickduffs Brewing Co Sandpoint, ID
    Diamond Bear Brewing Little Rock, AR
    Bozeman Brewing Bozeman, MT
    Big Sky Brewing Missoula, MT
    Eske's Brew Pub Taos, NM
    Moab Brewery Moab, UT
    Estes Park Brewing Co. Estes Park, CO
    Schemy

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    Gordon & Biesch....

    .....visited Gordon & Biesch Brewpub in Summerlin suburb of Las Vegas Monday night. Excellent Beer and Food! Recommend this place on your visit to this area. The "Fest" special beer was really quite a treat. Sorry no pictures.

    Here is my updated list:
    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
    Gordon&Biesch, Nevada
    There are two paths you can go by but in the long run........

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    If you live in Portland you wouldn't have the the time to make a list... almost every place we go has a brewery attached to it! LOL

    Have FUN!

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    "There's two shuttles, one to the top and one to the hospital" I LOVE this place!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAG410
    AZ:
    Papago Brewing
    Four Peaks
    Sonoran
    Beaver Street
    Flagstaff Brewing
    Gentle Bens
    (BJs/Rock Bottom/Gordon Biersch don't really count do they?)

    CA:
    Anchor
    Stone
    Green Flash
    Alesmith
    Moylan's
    Pyramid
    Port/Pizza Port/Lost Abbey
    Triple Rock

    OR:
    McMenamins
    Bridgeport
    Roots
    Alameda

    CO:
    Breckenridge
    Great Divide
    Flying Dog

    Probably a couple more that I forgot
    Added some more since the last list.

    AZ:
    Prescott Brewing Company

    CO:
    Ska Brewing
    Steamworks
    Copper Canyon Brewing
    Oskar Blues
    New Belgium
    Odell Brewing
    Coopersmiths (worst ever!)

    ND:
    Granite City

    IL:
    Emmett's Ale House

    NV:
    Chicago Brewing Company
    Colorado Belle

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    I haven't visited many breweries , mostly distilleries and vineyards, but I have been to

    Ommegang, Cooperstown , NY
    Heineken, Amsterdam
    Budvar, Prague

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    Long Trail....

    ....went skiing pre Christmas and stopped in at the Long Trail Brewery to try some of their brew....always enjoyable....tried the sampler which included;


    BlackBerry Wheat
    Belgian White Ale
    Long Trail Ale
    Hibenator Ale
    Double Bag Ale
    India Pale Ale
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    VT:
    Magic Hat
    Otter Creek
    Long Trail

    NH
    Tuckerman
    Budweiser

    MA
    Wachusett

    I may of gone to a few others but they may of been brew pubs and only bottled growlers from the tap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NRSguy
    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
    This is completely false.

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    Anyone tried the Alchemist in Waterbury, VT? They are a sponsor of the Vermont Mountain Bike Festival this year....time to get registered for the 2011 Vermont Mountain Bike Festival on July 16-17. Early bird rates apply - register now and save some $$ to spend on bike parts! Check out the festival site for a listing of rides (schedule will be refined), a list of all the great supporters and cool places to eat and stay in the area. Sign up soon, space is limited, don't miss out!

    http://www.vermontmountainbikefestival.com/

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    Gordon Birsch, Las Vegas

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    My neighbours...
    Sent from the future to destroy the past.

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    iv only been to my local brewery, saranac and utica club beer, made in utica, ny

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    good memory yes they used to make a beer ball. the brewery is still named matts brewery

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    Cascade and Utica Club....

    ...Cascade picture....really nice classic building...wonder what the significance of those 2 dates are?......Utica Club....i think they used to make the Matz beer balls from years ago.....
    There are two paths you can go by but in the long run........

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    VT:
    Long Trail (will usually stop for lunch and a beer if passing through)
    Trout River

    NY:
    Ommegang
    Middle Ages
    Ithaca
    Cortland Beer Company (New, but worth checking out if in the area, excellent beer)
    Roosterfish
    Lake Placid (even if they don't really brew much of their own, still a cool place)
    Empire (more of a brew pub- good food)
    Wagner (also a winery)
    Sackets Harbor

    UT:
    Some god awful brew pub in Ogden, can't remember the name, nor do I want to

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    If you go to Yuengling in PA there are some sweet single track trails in Swatara State Park which is 30 minutes west of the brewery.

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    Fort Collins + Asheville

    More micro-breweries then you could shake a stick at...
    http://terravidathreads.com/
    TerraVida. Live Outside.

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