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Stone Chai Spiced Russian Imperial Stout

Stone Brewing Co. was founded in 1996 by Greg Koch and Steve Wagner in San Marcos, CA. Since its inception, Stone has crafted some of the most insane and sought after beers. 212 more words

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Forgotten Boardwalk Funnel Cake Cream Ale

Located in Cherry Hill, Forgotten Boardwalk Brewing Company was founded by Jamie Queli in 2014. Queli, a beer enthusiast and home-brewer left a career in investment banking to launch her dream brewery. 203 more words

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Left Hand Great JuJu

The Left Hand Brewery in Longmont, Colorado opened for business on January 22, 1994. Started by college buddies Dick Doore and Eric Wallace, the idea first came to light when Dick received a home brewing kit from his brother in the early 1990’s. 207 more words

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Terrapin Black is the New Wit

Terrapin has been making world class craft beers in Athens, Georgia since 2002. With a portfolio that boasts over three dozen beers, it is safe to say that Terrapin offers something for everyone! 278 more words

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Sierra Nevada: Nooner Pilsner

Another Sunday Funday is at hand it appears. This week’s brew review is Nooner, which I’m not sure if its pronounced noon-er or no-oner, like you just can’t have one. 354 more words


Troegs Jovial Belgian Dubbel

Chris and John Trogner have been working hard to get Central Pennsylvania on the brewing map. Since 1997, these two Mechanicsburg natives have been handcrafting world-class beers that combine traditional English brewing techniques with eclectic American brewing style. 179 more words

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Oskar Blues Dale's Pale Ale

Founded in 2002 by Dale Katechis, Oskar Blues was the first U.S. craft brewery to can its own beer. In fact, the Longmont, Colorado brewery only cans its beer. 203 more words

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