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Establishment: New Belgium Brewing Company, Fort Collins, CO

If you enjoy Belgium style beer, this is the place to enjoy the variety! There, selection is fantastic and as usual the keg beer is much better than the bottled. This is fresh excellent stuff! There 1554 (Black Ale) is smooth and wonderful, and there Trippel Ale is fantastic is you like this style. The Amyl acetate aroma is great! Didn't care for the "Porch Swing" or "Blue Paddle" style but then I like a darker more comlex beer.

(09/02/2003)

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Establishment: Coopersmith's Pub and Brewing, Fort Collins, CO

Tried there beer sampler. It was huge! Must have been ten different beers! There green chile beer was outstanding as was there brown ale. Enoyed there pale ale selection. It was very large - 4 different beers.

(09/02/2003)

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Establishment: Great Divide Brewing Company, Denver, CO

I found their Porter to be sour! The IPA to be average. There Denver Pale Ale (DPA) was more like an ESB. Balanced in maltiness and Hops. Tried their Buffalo Burger and found it to be dry. What you'd expect from this type of meat. The burger came sans sauce.

(08/21/2003)














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