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narvin:

--- Quote from: a10t2 on March 20, 2013, 04:42:48 PM ---Well, since we're all here anyway, I'd suggest a stop at Two Mile Brewing* in beautiful Leadville, CO (pop. 2600).

*Opening Spring 2013.

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Spring? Can't you just fast forward 3 years in a wink like the time traveling OP did?

I swear the post looked new when I read it...

goschman:

--- Quote from: narvin on March 20, 2013, 01:25:08 PM ---There were a few good brewpubs that we visited in Astoria, OR last year before NHC.  The town isn't 200 people, but it was small and seems like it would have seasonal tourism.

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Fort George is a great brewery in Astoria.

I would maybe look into breweries in ouray, silverton, and telluride, Colorado. They are all pretty small towns with a lot of tourism. Colorado boy is in ridgeway which has a population of 900. I haven't been there yet though

dirk_mclargehuge:

--- Quote from: reverseapachemaster on March 20, 2013, 01:13:28 PM ---
--- Quote from: euge on March 15, 2013, 06:18:04 PM ---Well I always say we are the biggest smallest town in Texas. San Antonio has a pop of 1.5 million and only two brewpubs in the city that I'm aware of.

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But you have at least four times the number of brewery/brewpubs as Fort Worth.

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And twice the number as Eola, TX (pop. 218).  ;D

barliman:

--- Quote from: Thirsty_Monk on December 03, 2009, 04:22:24 PM ---I visited brewpub in Mc Gregor IA. It is small town on missisipy. There is a small casino in the area.

Beer was great. Food was good and service was questionable.

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As soon as I read the thread title, I was going to post about this very brewpub.  The name of the brewpub is Old Man River http://oldmanriverbrewery.com/.  They are not open year-round, so if you attempt to contact them, they may not respond right away.  I definitely agree with Thirsty Monk in regards to the beer being excellent.  I didn't eat while there, so I can't comment on the food.

J

euge:
"Lame-hip disease..."

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