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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Bluego1, Nov 9, 2019.
I am from St Louis. Be careful what you wish for.
Ground Breaker IPA No.5 usually gets me to this state.
Oregon shows the Deschutes Brewery logo. They make more than 25 beers so I'm not sure which might be the reference. They have a great brew pubs in different cities, including the east coast.
Anchor Steam is a California brew. I think those 805 beers are central California, but I might be wrong. Edit: Maybe their 408s I can't remember. There's probably a 714 beer kicking around too.
Ya, I think it’s more of a brewery question than an individual beer question. My bad on the OP.
I always buy Bozone beer whenever I'm in Bozeman, Montana.
I miss some of the old beers that have gone extinct. Arizona used to have A-1 beer way back when. I think that was its name. And I remember sucking down a lot of Lucky Lagers (true rotgut beer, but refreshing in its own way) during my time in college.
+1, Genny Cream Ale, in quantity.
They could have done far worse than Shiner for Texas.
I'm more of a micro-Brew snob.
They make Budweiser in Newark.
You can see the sign for miles.
Can't really make out enough detail in the OP's sign, but Maryland should be National Bohemian, brewed in the land of pleasant living.
Heady Topper has been all the rage here in VT for awhile.
Rheingold and Schaefer were the beers I remember all my NY relatives drinking back in the 60s and 70s.
Almost forgot the PBR factory
In my state (Czech Republic, Europe) there are hundreds of breweries, but I would name just two. Breweries are here quite often named after the city where it is located.. and there are two cities with world-famous names with hundreds of year of brewing tradition which actually defined some of beer types. The beer name comes from German city names as our country used to be a part of Austrian monarchy where the major language was German, not the local Czech language.
1) Budweisser brewery, the original one, from the city of Budweiss (former German name) or Budějovice (Czech name), where the brewing tradition started actually in 1265. Maybe you didn't know there is another Budweisser than the American one and there is a city of Budweiss
2) Pilsner Urquell - coming from the city of Pilsen (former German name) or Plzeň (Czech name). This City and the beer actually gave name to the whole type of beer. Again, maybe you were not aware of a city Pilsen which is the cradle of most of beers we drink worldwide ;-)
Weird, Harper's Ferry isn't in Virginia and Virginia doesn't have an NFL team.
Do you mean drunken state?
Arizona - Four Peaks Brewing Co. They make Kiltlifter, my favorite beer. Yum!
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