If you could visit any three breweries in the world...

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  1. CKYnick01

    CKYnick01 Initiate (0) Feb 8, 2013 Delaware

    1) Russian River, im on the opposite side of the country
    2) Unibroue, Love their beer, never been to Canada
    3) Palmetto Brewing, Love Charleston SC but have never actually been in the brewery
  2. CKYnick01

    CKYnick01 Initiate (0) Feb 8, 2013 Delaware

    Yards is a great place, its in an old wearhouse in Philly. The Bar/tasting room is great, really a great group of guys working in there and very knowledgeable and passionate about their been.
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  3. Mediczod

    Mediczod Initiate (0) Aug 2, 2012 New York

    1) Unibroue - I've never had a beer of theirs I didn't like.
    2) Traquair House- I'd love to visit such a historical brewery, plus I really love Scotland
    3) Brasserie de Rochefort- I'd just love to see them at work
  4. mctizzz

    mctizzz Devotee (483) Dec 23, 2010 California
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    1) Firestone Walker
    2) Funky Buddha
    3) Firestone Walker
  5. Kyrojack

    Kyrojack Disciple (335) Oct 9, 2012 Indiana
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    3. Great Lakes in Cleveland, OH
    2. Weihenstephaner in Germany
    1. Duff Brewery in Springfield ??
  6. fx20736

    fx20736 Meyvn (1,017) Mar 7, 2009 New York

    Fuller's Chiswick Brewery, London, UK
    Samuel Smith's Brewery Tadcaster, UK
    Hook Norton Brewery, Oxfordshire, UK.
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  7. Goosey

    Goosey Initiate (0) Jan 18, 2012 Missouri

    How was Cantillon, and did u hit Fontienen while u were in Brussels? I'm going to Belgium this summer and it is tearing me apart trying to figure out which breweries to hit. So far I am definitely going to Cantillon, Fontienen, Struise, and Westvleteren.
  8. gentlystewed

    gentlystewed Disciple (382) Dec 12, 2010 Georgia

    Sierra Nevada
  9. zach60614

    zach60614 Aspirant (204) May 1, 2012 Illinois
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    Russian River
    Boon Rawd (Singha) to peruse some ladyboys
  10. Cvescalante

    Cvescalante Initiate (0) Dec 24, 2012 Texas
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    Stone, Russian River, Three Floyds

    Hopefully I'll hit Stone, Green Flash, Alesmith, and Ballast Point when I go to San Diego soon-ish..
  11. jtdolla911

    jtdolla911 Initiate (0) Nov 18, 2011 Massachusetts
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    This is tough..........
    1. Westvleteren(that's not the brewery name but whatever)
    2. Cantillon
    3. Weihenstephaner
  12. ubenumber2

    ubenumber2 Devotee (468) Sep 1, 2012 Arkansas
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    Arthur Guinness Son.........Really because I just want to go to Ireland and drink so you could pick any brewery there
    Russian River
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  13. VncentLIFE

    VncentLIFE Meyvn (1,417) Feb 16, 2011 North Carolina
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    Hill Farmstead
    Russian River

    kind of the obvious answer.
  14. logan0203

    logan0203 Disciple (307) Nov 16, 2009 Pennsylvania
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    Three Floyds
    Russian River
  15. JohnnyJam

    JohnnyJam Initiate (0) Aug 23, 2012 Arizona

    Over the summer I have been to Four Peaks in Tempe,AZ.
    I have been to and go to San Tan Brewery in Chandler, AZ, a lot.
    This February I went to Barrio Brewery in Tucson,AZ.
    In the late 1970s, I was in Munich, Germany. There were over 1000 breweries in Munich at that time. I don't remember which breweries I went to. My friends told me that all German beers had to be 6% ABV to be sold according to German law. I don't know that that is true. They told me a lot of "stuff", though.
  16. jbaker67

    jbaker67 Meyvn (1,416) Jul 1, 2012 Pennsylvania
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    1. Jolly Pumpkin
    2. Founders
    3a. Russian River
    3b. The Bruery
  17. eric5bellies

    eric5bellies Meyvn (1,394) Jun 9, 2006 Australia

    Three Floyds
    Russian River
  18. Thecherryman

    Thecherryman Initiate (0) Dec 8, 2010 Arizona

    1.) Cantillon (European excursion sounds amazing!)

    2.) Hills Farmstead (I think there ipas taste AMAZING, I want to drink there IPAs till I pass out)

    3.) Cigar City Brewing (They seem to be putting out some of the best there is now-a-days and Florida doesn't sound like a bad spot!!)
  19. brikelly

    brikelly Aspirant (269) Apr 11, 2010 Massachusetts
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    Cantillon was wonderful. We went back the next day for a second trip (mostly to sit and drink there before heading off to drink more Loons at Moeder and Delirium). I had a smile a mile wide for weeks.

    Didn't get to 3F sadly, but we did accidentally discover the Struise shop in Bruges while on walkabout there and found some great beers there too.
  20. goodbeerallday

    goodbeerallday Initiate (0) Oct 29, 2011 Australia

    1: Cantillon
    2: Russian River
    3: Sierra Nevada
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