The Beer Drinkers Thread

10 Aug 2010 15:38 #31 by CinnamonGirl
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Joe wrote: Thanks CG, guess I can stop cutting back and stop worrying about the ol beer gut. I am holding you responsible though if if doesn't work! :)


Hey Joe,

I just posted the article. I didn't write it. LOL

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19 Aug 2010 16:29 #32 by JMC
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Who would of thunk it!
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20 Aug 2010 10:30 #33 by EddieWess
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JMC wrote: Who would of thunk it!
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I posted this on the Biggies Blog page in response to the Beer and Cheese post and thought I'd put it here as well:

Last year at my mostly nearly yearly sojourn to Song School in Lyons, CO I attended the soon to be traditional Come to Cheeses party and paired my home brewed Pale Ale with some Maytag Blue Cheese. WOW, WOW and WOW! If you've never had the Maytag cheeses, run to Google and get you some. You will thank me later!

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20 Aug 2010 12:24 #34 by [Raven]
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JMC wrote: Who would of thunk it!
http://285bound.com/Forums/viewtopic.php?f=73&t=3153


Beautiful! Thanks for the link. I'll report back after some attempts.

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20 Aug 2010 16:34 #35 by JMC
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My weekend endeavor is to try at least 2 of these combos.

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27 Aug 2010 16:51 #36 by RY
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I found an excellent organic beer at Biggies "Green Lakes - organic ale"; and for those who've been to Salida, Amica's Micro Brewery has awesome beers, Headwater IPA is my favorite.

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03 Sep 2010 19:02 #37 by RY
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World's 'oldest beer' found in shipwreck

http://www.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/europe/09 ... tml?hpt=T2

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12 Sep 2010 07:44 #38 by sneaky
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Just tried Upslope pale ale in cans out of Boulder, tasty

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12 Sep 2010 18:18 #39 by Martin Ent Inc
It's not just for Breakfast anymore.

Biggies has some awsome beers in the Private room,,, just ask and you will find.

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24 Sep 2010 13:26 #40 by EddieWess
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Has anyone tried the new place in Conifer Town Center? Brooks Place Tavern (former Sushi Hai)?

I stopped in for a beer the other night and the place was packed. More germane to this thread: They have a pretty decent beer menu. They have one of my all time favorites on tap, Titan IPA, cold and fresh. They have four or five other beers on tap and a pretty extensive collection of bottled beers (and I'm not just talking about Bud/Miller/Coors junk either).

I highly reccomend Brooks Place, as a matter of fact we are going there tonight to try the burgers.

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