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Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by huddyball, Aug 8, 2013.
Societe yesterday for first time. Great beer, very nice staff, nice facility. I highly recommend it!
Recently (within a month)
Drakes (San Leandro, Cali)
Revolution (Chicago, Illinois)
I would recommend both. Great beer and good service.
Feather Fallls Brewery, in Oroville, California. Great selection of beer, amazing entertainment venue, and (duh) gambling!
**dude! This is my bucket list of breweries. I'm not worthy... I'm not worthy!**
I was at Sam Adams a few days ago. It was cool. There isn't much to see, but it was neat to see one of the pioneer American brewers up close.
EagleMonk and Kona Brewing on our honeymoon.
Great Lakes last week. Massive brewery, nice brewpub and a fun tour. Guide knew her stuff.
Kane this morning for a growler fill and a quick walk admiring the barrels they have hanging around the warehouse.
I've sadly never been to a brewery. But I enjoy hearing you all tell stories of your experiences.
My girlfriend and I stopped by Kane this morning also. We were deciding on how to get one of those barrels in the car without being seen.
We had also visited Troegs on Wednesday. All in all a good week
This summer I visited:
Brew By Numbers
I'm heading down to Florida tomorrow to try to get my house there sold and fully expect to visit Due South and Funky Buddha. And Cigar City if I have a spare few hours on the way back. But I've been to all those before.
In the last year, I've been to:
Back East Brewing Co
City Steam Brewing
Mountain Sun Brewing
New England Brewing
Southport Brewing Company
Tullycross Tavern and Microbrewery
Two Roads Brewing
And since this Weds, I've been to:
Crop Bistro (formerly the Shed I believe)
The Warren Store / Lawson's Finest
Trapp Family Brewery
Vermont Pub and Brewery
Seven Barrels Brewing
The Flying Goose Brewpub
White Birch Brewing
Citizen Cider (not beer, but a nice change)
(Did kind of an epic brewery trip, inspired me to finally start posting on this site, haha)
In the past few months or so...
Jester King (multiple times)
Hops and Grain
It's starting to get more and more awesome to live in the Austin area (brewery wise that is... water wise: not so much).
Foothills for me as well. More recently, a new brewery near Smith Mountain Lake called Sunken City. Small, but worth a stop if you're in the area.
In June I visited New Belgium and Odell. Both were well worth the visit.
In the last year I've been to:
Dogfish Head (DE) and got to meet Sam Calagione, who happened to walk in right when I was about to leave, and is a great guy
Blue Mountain (VA)
Wild Wolf (VA)
Devils Backbone (VA)
Starr Hill (VA)
Three Brothers (VA)
New South (SC)
Papago Brewing (AZ)
Four Peaks (AZ)
Phoenix Ale Brewery (AZ)
Alexander Keith's (Nova Scotia, Canada)
Went to Yards in Philly on Friday. Great place to grab lunch and have some fresh beer. We were drinking their seasonally released DIPA which to them the call "Epic Ale", Cape of Good Hope. So delicious and so fresh. It was kegged the day before. It was a solid afternoon.
Peg's Cantina and Cycle Brewing
Time for my list from the start of the summer:
Wild Wolf (VA)
Blue Mountain (VA)
Blue Mountain Barrel House (VA)
Hardywood Park (VA)
Mad Fox (VA)
Cambridge Brewing CO (MA)
Maine Beer Company on my way to work today! Allagash last week....also on my way to work.
Went on a cruise two weeks ago out of New Orleans. On the way down we stopped at Abita. We had a good time and got to try some of their seasonal and select brews.
Iron Hill brewpub in West Chester, PA. Great little place. Amazing beer and food. I had some bourbon Octogon while there, a BBA quad, and holy hell was it delicious. Plan on hitting Tired Hands for the first time next week. I can't believe I haven't been there yet, seeing as how it's only a 45 minute drive away!
Holy City Brewing and COAST Brewing, both in North Charleston, SC.
Our state's "pint law" passed in June, so we can now enjoy full pints served at local breweries instead of samples only.
Powerhouse Brewing Company in Columbus, Indiana
Done Troegs most recently. The new site in Hershey is much better than the old one in Harrisburg. Gift shop has room to browse, tasting room/bar works well, self guided tour well laid out with good signage, etc.
Came back from Florida a week ago. Made it to Cigar City and Funky Buddha
Troegs yesterday, excellent beer, good grub, large seating area, a very pleasant afternoon.
Heathen Brewing, if you get a chance find their beer it is very well done, should'nt be passed up
That's an unusual combination of locations, not to say a distant side trip, one place from the other!
My wife and I take frequent, one or two-day pub crawl trips, or we try to plan our itineraries when we are on other vacations trips so that we stop at breweries for lunch and dinner where possible. We visited Fenton Winery & Brewery and 51 North Brewing here in Michigan over this past weekend on our way to a wedding reception. I am closing in on 200 different breweries over the years, and my wife has 170+ to her credit. It's a fun thing to do.
Last weekend I was at Troegs in Hershey and the previous weekend I hit Yards in Philly and Tired Hands in Ardmore.
How are the brews at North Brewing? I am headed through Endicott this weekend......
Was in Portland and Bend last week. We hit Upright, Cascade, HOTD, Commons, Boneyard, Crux, and 10 Barrel, and of course some awesome beer bars.
Against the Grain in Louisville KY was awesome! Fantastic food, beer, and staff!
Went to Funky Buddha Brewery on Friday. Not much of a trip (45 minutes or so.)
Back in May I went to Cantillon and Weihenstephan.
In May I stopped at Devil's Backbone (VA). June included a visit to Crooked Stave and July was a stop at Oskar Blues East (NC). Most recently, I was at Straight to Ale (AL) just over a week ago.
Upland, half acre, destihl.
Over the 4th of July weekend I found myself in Grand Rapids and within walking distance from my hotel to Founders. Finally checked that one off the list
Went to Goose Island Clybourne...got to see some of the upcoming stuff.
Went to Chocolate City and 3Stars over the weekend