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Well it just wouldn't be right to only have 1 drink at a Pubs grand opening. Oak aged IPA. Cheers.
Really wish I could make it out to CA more often for stuff like that!
As it is, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Georgia provide me with the majority of beer worth bringing home. Sometimes I can find Colorado or Oregon beers in those states as well. The one saving grace is that in the past 5 years the Craft Brew industry in Indiana has exploded. Every few months it seems like another brewery starts producing quality stuff nearby.
I'm drinking a Stone Cali-Belgique IPA.
You guys need to check out untappd.com + their phone apps. Helps you discover new brews as well as force you to try stuff you wouldn't normally(when competing with your friends). Been using it since private beta.
Lots of good beer in Indiana. Plus you have Chumleys in broad ripple, cheap craft beer.Originally Posted by ichthus
Chumleys does alright, but I've aged beyond my Broadripple days Sunking, Flat 12, and others have gone beyond my expectations...and the number of bars and restaurants willing to cary the local brews is even more impressive.Originally Posted by Honey Badger
Since Deschutes Brewery is in my backyard...I am supporting the local habit with a nice tasty Mirror Pond...