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Old Chicago - Silverthorne, CO
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This Old Chicago is located just off of the Dillon/Silverthorne exit of I-70 at the Four Points Sheraton Hotel. On an October 7 visit the thirty taps included many of the usual imported beer suspects: Guinness, Boddington's, Bass, Newcastle, Lowenbrau, LaBatt Blue, plus Oktoberfest beers from Beck's and Paulaner, and Warsteiner Dunkel. Other than an Ace cider and several megalager taps, the rest were devoted to craft beers: Boulder Fallfest and Porter, Singletrack, Buffalo Gold and Hazed & Infused Dry Hopped Ale all from Rockies Brewing, Odell's Easy Street Wheat and 90 Schilling Ale, Avery Ellie's Brown Ale, Tommyknocker Maple Nut Brown, Fat Tire, Flying Dog K-9 Cruiser, and Kaltenberg Dunkel...all from Colorado, and Sam Adams, Shiner Bock, Sierra Nevada Pale Ale and Blue Moon. Not a bad set of choices - I opted for the Kaltenberg Dunkel and the Avery Brown Ale. Just across I-70 from Dillon Dam Brewery, so one can hit both places easily if staying in the Dillon area.

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