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EBF 2014 - What Breweries Do You Want There?

Discussion in 'BeerAdvocate Fests' started by Jason, Sep 16, 2013.

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  1. Jason

    Jason Founder (1,330) Massachusetts Aug 23, 1996 Staff Member

  2. Mikkeller.
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  3. Cigar City and Funky Buddha, to make up for the blizzard this year.

    Also, are you planning to keep it in Boston?
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  4. bigedct

    bigedct Savant (405) Connecticut Jun 23, 2011

    NEBCO!
    4 hands, killed it last year.
    Russian River
    Nebraska
    Three Floyd's
    Half acre
    Perennial
    Jester king:.....
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  5. Jason

    Jason Founder (1,330) Massachusetts Aug 23, 1996 Staff Member

    They are both on the invite list ...

    Yes, still in Boston.
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  6. Bring back Trophy! Please?
  7. Blue Lobster
    Peekskill
    Portsmouth (I know Smutty is usually there, but Portsmouth does more in the extreme/creative realm)
  8. Russian River
    Bells
    Three Floyds
    Cigar City
    Yards
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  9. Burley oak was a huge star last year, them and Shorebilly for Maryland. Had some of their stuff this summer and they are a natural fit.
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  10. SteelersX

    SteelersX Savant (420) New York Jan 30, 2011

    Kuhnhenns
    Alpine
    Goose Island
    Bruery
    Hill Farmstead
    Lawsons
    Perennial
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  11. Crooked Stave
    Cascade
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  12. I've never been, so I'm not aware of past participants. But from the southwest: La Cumbre, Marble, Santa Fe Brewing, and Dragoon Brewing out of Tucson. All outstanding breweries that the rest of the US deserves to discover.
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  13. cpjtr9559

    cpjtr9559 Initiate (0) New York Nov 30, 2007

  14. Giovannilucano

    Giovannilucano Savant (445) Wyoming Feb 24, 2011

    Birrificio Del Ducato!
  15. Seconding the votes for NEBCO and HF. Also Night Shift and Trillium, as far as breweries super local to me (and Boston itself) go.
  16. Givemebeer

    Givemebeer Savant (455) Vermont Apr 6, 2013

  17. Destral

    Destral Savant (330) Nevada Oct 20, 2009

    Joseph James - Get some Nevada presence!

    Barrel Aged Smoked Wee Heavy, Pistachio Baklava, S'mores Porter, Baby J's German Chocolate Cake Milk Stout, a dozen variations to their RIS (Creamsicle, Peanut Butter, Sumatran coffee, etc)...
  18. KajII

    KajII Savant (295) North Carolina Feb 3, 2011

    St. Somewhere
  19. What? No love for Firestone Walker
  20. Toppling Goliath
    Westbrook
    Against the Grain
    prairie ales
  21. ZEB89

    ZEB89 Advocate (550) North Carolina Mar 28, 2013

    Along with the top tier breweries I would like to see some of the little guys and startups get some exposure.
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  22. mdfb79

    mdfb79 Advocate (670) New York Jan 11, 2010

    I'd be interested in seeing more breweries send bottles even if they can't attend. In the last 2-3 years we've gotten stuff like Bruery's Black Tuesday and Cherry Oude Tart, as well as 6-8 Cascade offerings last year, which were fantastic additions. It would be awesome to see something like some Crooked Stave bottles being poured.

    Personally, as long as the usual suspects who bring their A game like Lost Abbey, Allagash, FW, Founders, & Captain Lawrence show up I'm sure it will be great. From the last year or two Hill Farmstead, Funky Buddha, and Cigar City have been great additions.
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  23. Those sound delicious! Never had a beer from Nevada so hope they make it to EBF
  24. When will tickets be available? Fresh Beer Only is planning a road trip :D
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  25. Carton (NJ), Westbrook, Blue Lobster, Jacks Abbey, Night Shift, Kane, Crooked Stave
  26. cidiel

    cidiel Disciple (60) Connecticut Dec 16, 2008

    triple down on alchemist... Great Lakes Brewing, Cleveland Represent!!
    and how could i forget 2 brothers!
  27. Jason

    Jason Founder (1,330) Massachusetts Aug 23, 1996 Staff Member

    Great Lakes Brewing ... killer beer but not Extreme.
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  28. Jason

    Jason Founder (1,330) Massachusetts Aug 23, 1996 Staff Member


    We'll be announcing more details later this week.
  29. mrchrisray

    mrchrisray Savant (480) New York May 14, 2013

    Greenport Harbor, Peekskill, and Single Cut.
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  30. Blue Lobster
    Tree House
    Earth Eagle
    Throwback
    NEBCO
    Evil Twin
    Founders
    Oxbow
    Zero Gravity
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  31. Haandbryggeriet
    Amager Bryghus
    De Molen

    and I'd suggest a "no" to Bruery unless there's enough beer to last more than 20 min into a 4hr session
  32. chaseabeer

    chaseabeer Savant (370) Oklahoma Feb 4, 2009

  33. TychoNDC

    TychoNDC Savant (370) New York Jan 7, 2013

    Trying not to repeat any of the other excellent suggestions,

    Almanac
    Boulevard
    Brooklyn
    Flying Dog
    Odell's
    Southampton
    Troegs
  34. I'd prefer they not waste precious table space on Earth Eagle or Throwback. I'm cool with the others though.
  35. Has their ever been Canadian brewers there? Bellwoods is killing it, DDC makes some funky stuff and Dunham is one to watch. Just sayin`...:cool:
  36. pathman

    pathman Savant (435) Ohio May 25, 2011

    How about Wicked Weed from Asheville, NC?
  37. In'finiti Brewing and Distillation
    Bunker Brewing
  38. imfholton

    imfholton Disciple (55) New Jersey Dec 12, 2009

    Duclaw and Stillwater
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  39. Jason

    Jason Founder (1,330) Massachusetts Aug 23, 1996 Staff Member

    Great so far ... I have most of these on the list. Keep them coming!!

  40. While I haven't had Earth Eagle or heard good things about them, it does seem like they'd be a good fit at least.
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