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Old 07-18-2008   #11
glenwood springs, Colorado
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Now mountain buzz should change the fat tire bottle cap to a can.

A bad day on the river beats a good day at work
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Old 07-18-2008   #12
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Originally Posted by Eskido View Post
thought i would throw in my two cents on this one,
oh and tress33, its a damn shame Fat Tire isn't up to your high standards but how about layin off us low life rats down here in the hole just tyring to enjoy life instead of raggin on anyone that's not on your top rung of the social ladder
just stating my opinion, i wasnt raggin on jaffee just messin with him(note the emoticon) so take your tampon out....dont worry I'll flush twice I know you need the water down there

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Old 07-18-2008   #13
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thanks, by the way great job on not sounding like a dick
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Old 07-18-2008   #14
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I'm still waiting for Wild Turkey in a can.
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Old 07-21-2008   #15
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It's a totaly different beer. I was pretty much done with it in a bottle. I love the stuff in a can though.

If you haven't yet, try one. By far the best brew in a can.
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Old 07-21-2008   #16
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i agree, it does taste better in a can then a bottle.
A bad day on the river beats a good day at work
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Old 07-22-2008   #17
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I too enjoy the cans, cheers.

Just FYI, New Belgium, Makers of Fat Tire Amber Ale (and several other belgian style beers) supports the following:

The Range Life
Whitewater of the Southern Rockies
The Mountain Buzz
Paddler Magazine
Canoe and Kayak
Paddling Life
Fibark (and a dozen or so other river celebrations including Gore on occasion)
Save Our Rivers
American Whitewater
Save the Poudre
The John Waterman Colorado River Project
The Drake

New Belgium's also conserves water when they make beer, ultimately cutting the industry standard for water use in half.

Point being New Belgium cares a great deal about rivers, water and access.
Is there another beer maker that puts this much energy into the rivers we love so dearly?

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