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Old 05-05-2010   #1
 
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Microbrew in a can

I'm wondering if any of you know of some good beer offerings in cans. Other than Guiness, Molson, Fosters, Becks or Heinekan. Looking for something local that can be acquired in either Portland or in Boise ...

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Can you get any Montana microbrews in Boise right now? The Kettlehouse fucking kills it with their Eddy Out Pale Ale, Cold Smoke Scotch Ale, and the king of 16 oz canned beers: Double Haul IPA.

Also from Missoula, Big Sky is probably more widely distributed and people seem to dig that, too. You should also be able to find Fat Tire in cans in Boise, too.
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I think Fat Tire in a can is better than it is in a bottle. (Still better on tap, of course).
Dale's Pale Ale seems pretty widely distributed...
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Dale's goes for like $10/sixer in MT which is fucking retarded when it's extremely rare to pay more than $7 for any domestic microbrew sixer around here.
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dale's pal ale is the best! it's betweeen $16 and $18 for a tight 12vr here in carbondale, co.
packs a punch!
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If the NW is anything like CO, there oughta be plenty of good canned beers. beer trend. lots of folks canning their shit, cheaper I think? not to mention the market of outdoor beer drinkers. cans make sense. Trick is finding the right liquor store. Portland ought to have a ass load of likely vendors...Andy and Bax will certainly know: Andy and Bax: Home
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I'm going to direct you another discussion board. Just copy and paste this link. It has lot of good beers. https://www.mountainbuzz.com/forums/f...eer-27938.html

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Anything that Oskar Blues puts out is good. Dale's Pale does not pack a punch. Tenfidy does (10.5%) oh yeah and its a stout, thats nuts to have a stout with that high of a alcohol content. Fat Tire is for Pussies. Sunshine in a can is better.

If you are going to bitch about the price for drinking a micro brew either move to a better state or start being a real boater and get yourself a 30 stone of PBR.
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Fat Tire is for Pussies.
Hmmmm, must be why I like it so much!
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Fat Tire is for Pussies. Sunshine in a can is better.
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Hmmmm, must be why I like it so much!
Just spit coffee all over the place. good stuff!
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