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    Cool-blue Rhythm Breweries in Boise

    Any suggestions for a good pint? Will be in Eagle this coming week and looking for a few post ride brews.

    Cheers, Don

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    Boise Breweries

    Quote Originally Posted by DonMac View Post
    Any suggestions for a good pint? Will be in Eagle this coming week and looking for a few post ride brews.

    Cheers, Don
    10 Barrel in downtown Boise or Sockeye in Meridian. 2 of my favorites in the area.

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    Most of the breweries around here use Boise river water as main ingredient, so make sure your shots are up tpo date.
    If you ride the Boise foothills, a good stop is Highland Hollow Brewhouse at the bottom of Bogus Basin road. Besides not using river water, they have pretty decent food and a deck outside, and 3:00 happy hour - every day!
    Same goes for Bittercreek downtown on north 8th street - good food, good beer. It's relatively close to the foothill trails, but parking is a little more hassle.
    Across the mighty Boise river, on the south bank in beautiful Garden City, and located on the boulevard, is Payette Brewing. Their "Flyline" Vienna Lager is the only beer I drink.
    Crooked Fence is around here somewhere. They have some pretty good suds to choose from too.
    Hyde Park on north 13th street has it all, and just a couple blocks from the trailheads.
    White Clouds - Heart of Idaho

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    Breweries in Boise

    Quote Originally Posted by mudflap View Post
    Most of the breweries around here use Boise river water as main ingredient, so make sure your shots are up tpo date.
    What do you mean by this? My buddy who works at one says they all use Boise tap water?

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    Thanks for the info. Went to quite a few breweries while there, including Payette, Highland Hollow, Boise Brewing, Crooked Fence, Bella and Powderhouse. Felt it was our duty to do a thorough investigation! Rented bikes at Outdoor Mountain Tours and had an awesome time mountain biking. Definitely different than Florida.
    A time we'll never forget!

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