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Paul Hayslett
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Per Macker's suggestion:

What are the top ten (or whatever) places where you've had a beer?
 

Chumley
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1. U Fleku, Prague
2. Plzeòský Prazdroj brewery, Pisen
3. Pelican brew pub in Oregon
4. Pizza Port brewery in Solana Beach, CA
5. Keg of my homebrewed Vienna along the Smith River, Montana
6. Yard House, San Diego
7. Gingermann's, Houston
8. Wynkoops, Denver
9. Some bar in Pennsylvania along the Delaware River where in 1988 I had my first Pilsner Urquell on tap.
10. My local tavern, Miller's Crossing, which has a complete selection of the microbrewery next door (Blackfoot River) AND PBR on tap!
 

Paul Hayslett
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Here's my list, in no particular order:

the lakeside patio at U of Wisc Student Union
Jimmy's #43, NYC
my front porch
nameless beachside paella place in the south of Spain
the annual "Chantey and Ale Sail", New Haven harbor
Eli Cannon's, Middletown, CT
Yale Field, any day game in August
 

Mike
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In no particular order.....

Elysian BrewPub, Seattle WA
Missouri River between Mid Canon and Prewitt Creek
Any Ratfest, any location
Deschutes Brewery Public House, Bend, Oregon
Orient Hotel, Sydney, Australia
Brauerei Puntigam, Graz, Austria
The Tav, Ellensburg WA
Laurelwood Public House, Portland OR
Widmer Gasthaus, Portland OR
Anywhere in Butte, Montana on St. Patrick's Day

I left off my own bar in Great Falls, Montana and Chumley's basement in Helena, Montana. If you are ever in Montana, stop in, as I am sure either place would at least make your top 25 list....
 

ChriSto
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1. Hands down, Woody's at 5 p.m., St. John, USVI.

2. County Cork pub, Buckhead Atlanta, where I had my first Guiness, circa 1984.

3. Okeefeenokee Swamp, somewhere around Round Top in a canoe - and lost - and not caring (first time I had a homebrew), circa 1994.

I'll have to figure some more out
 

Bob Wall
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1. The Matador. Jolon, California. Home of California's sexiest Grandma.

2. The Firefly. Downstairs, Appleton.

3. Any canoe, any river or lake, any beer.
 

Pete Mazurowski
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This may sound corny, but:

1. A small bar on Franklin St in Chapel Hill, across the street from campus. Sitting upstairs on a scorching hot summer day, while my 3 & 6 y.o. daughters gorged themselves on oversized $1 bowls of ice cream. I don't even remember what the hell I ordered, but frankly it didn't matter.

(Message edited by pete maz on May 06, 2008)
 

Jeff Preston
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One of the most memorable that comes to mind was guzzlin ice cold Coors after a day of off roading in Moab, Utah. It was back in 1987 when Coors tasted great. The scenery was awesome.
 

dhacker
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I don't know about listing 10, but I definitely know the #1 spot.

Ship wrecked in Costa Maya with my brew bud Jim drinking every last Negra Modelo available over two days.

 

Ryan Messenger
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While drinking beer doesn’t lend itself particularly well to sustained memories, here are my nine most memorable places that I have enjoyed a beer (are the best places the ones that you cannot remember?):

1) The Kings Head Tavern in Litchfield, England hoisting pints for the 300th anniversary of the British regiment that I reenact with. The Regiment was formed at that very pub all those years ago. Can you believe that it is still a pub today?

2) The French castle at Fort Niagara at night when everyone was dressed in 18th century clothing. Huzzah!

3) The Bass Museum in England. Unfortunately before I got there it was renamed the Coors Museum. Yes, that is right it now says “Coors Museum” on the outside of the building in Burton on Trent, “Britain’s brewing capital!”

4) On the back of a four-wheeler in a farmer’s field in Hamlin, NY with my best friend. Cooers tasted just as bad then, but for different reasons. Then, it was my first full beer. Now, I’m not sure I can fully call it a beer.

5) In my living room when I had my first homebrew: it changed my understanding of beer forever.

6) In a British Army officer’s house in England. Winston Churchill probably tossed down a few while he was there.

7) At the Tamworth Beer Festival in England. The English know how to throw a good beer festival!

8) At the Haberdasher’s Arms, while surrounded by sheep pastures in rural England.

9) At the Labor in Vain in Yarnfield, England. I spent every night there for the week wile I was in town, and I will never forget it because the publican gave us a behind the scenes tour of the pub and showed us how the gravity system works.
 

Mike Huss
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In no particular order:

Sun deck on Peak 9 at Breckenridge
Stone Cellar with my mug
Texas Stadium
Chasm Lake under Longs Peak - RMNP
Red Onion in Orange CA on heavy metal night
Great Dane downtown
Moab Brewery on the patio

Bob, the last time I was in the Firefly it just didn't have the same familiar feel that I remembered it having when we were regulars. Might have something to do with that age thing.
 

Steve Haun
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Beer always tastes best in my drift boat!
 

David Lewinnek
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1. A picninc table on the hillside outside the Andechs Monastary in Bavaria, where they've been brewing for something like 500 years and almost have the recipe perfected by now.

2. The Publick House in Brookline, Massachusetts, where they have St. Bernardus abt 12 on tap, as well as many other fine beers, and a decent bottle collection as well.

3. After hours at the New England Real Ale Expo, when the cellarmaster told us the volunteers that we had to finish the firkin of Oakham's Bishop's Farewell so he could change the lines.

4. The kitchen of the first home I owned.

5. The lodge at Mt. Wachusett at 9pm on a weeknight in January, when I've been skiing since I got out of work and am ready to settle down with a pint from the Wachusett brewery before driving home.
 

Chumley
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I am surprised that no one has said....

Standing next to the giant extinct Russian oak fermentors in the Traquir House brewery....
 

Steve Jones
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No particular order:

Falling Rock taphouse, Denver
Wynkoop, Denver
the Brick Store pub, Decatur GA
On the beach at Oak Island, NC with a cooler of homebrew
Barley's taproom, Asheville NC
Bosco's, Nashville
Flying Saucer, Nashville
The Highland Bull pub, Wardell, VA (a tiny 130 yr old building in rural SE virginia with over 100 great beers)
 

Bill Pierce
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Chumley, has it been two weeks?
 

Tom Gardner
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Varies,
- any beach any where
- the Falling Rock Tap house patio on a hot summer day
- GABF - that's more like a week rather than a place
- club night at the NHC
- and most recently, sitting at the Dry Dock Brewery playing cards

Brew on, Tom

(Message edited by tom on May 06, 2008)
 

Bill Pierce
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I don't know how I could have forgotten club night at the NHC. It's anything but "hallowed" (in fact the atmosphere is downright goofy), but the quality of the beer rivals that of some extremely respected venues, and the variety of offerings is second to none (it makes the Flying Saucer's or Falling Rock's selections seem like a mere sampler of styles).

And if no one else mentioned the Great Taste of the Midwest in Madison each August, it, too, should be high on the list.

(Message edited by BillPierce on May 06, 2008)
 

Richard Rennison
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I've gotta say the Lamb and Flag in London. Been continuously open as a pub since 1627. Awesome...
 

Bill Pierce
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I also forgot a sunny summer day at the outdoor tables of Forquet Fourchette, the rustic inn/restaurant/banquet hall and gift shop associated with Unibroue in the village of Chambly, Quebec.
 

Mike
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Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens
Bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens
Brown paper packages tied up with strings....


(Message edited by Macker on May 06, 2008)
 

Dave Bossie
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The Sapporo Beer hall in Tokyo.
Zum Uerige in Dusseldorf.
With my family at the lake in N.Maine.
Out of the bright tanks at Sierra Nevada.
Maifest/Oktoberfest at the Tyrolean Inn.
Fresh out the taps at my house.
With brewers everywhere (Pro or Home).
On my in-laws deck.
Big Brew!
Zymurgeek / Mushroom Club Oktoberfest.

Dave
 

Steve Pierson
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In no particular order -

Publick House in Brookline, MA
Sunset Grill and Tap in Allston, MA
Fenway Park in Boston
On the banks of the Salmon River - or any river in Idaho, for that matter
Safeco Field in Seattle
Deschutes Public House in Bend, OR
Mo's in Newport, OR
GingerMan in NYC
Yankee Stadium - watching Freddy Garcia pitch a gem and beat the Yankees as a bonus
Kahootz Steak and Alehouse in Meridian, ID


(Message edited by stevepierson on May 06, 2008)
 

Pete Mazurowski
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Dang Steve (Jones), I forgot all about Barley's in Asheville. I spent quite a few days there when I was supposed to be in class at UNCA. I used to be a regular there back when I was starting to brew.

Many fond memories.

Except for Lesbian night. That was awkward.
 

George Millet
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Not in order:

Homebrew from a keg, moored on the St Croix River north of Stillwater MN.

Pint of Adnam's bitter, Blickling Arms beer garden, Blickling, Norfolk, England

Pint of Director's bitter, Beehive Pub, Norwich, England

Weissbier in the Post Hotel Biergarten in the Altstadt in Burghausen, Bavaria.

Brasserie Beck in Washington DC, de Koninck on tap

The West Side bar in Antwerp, de Koninck on tap

Real ale bitter, Golden Lion Inn, Port Isaac, Cornwall

Woodforde's Nelson's Revenge bitter, Fur and Feathers Pub beer garden in Woodbastwick, Norfolk, England

Homebrew on my deck in July

de Koninck on tap, unknown sidestreet French bar in Avignon on a hot May day

Sitting in my English in-law's garden, with a pint of Speckled Hen in hand on a clear summer evening

Ballantine ale from the can, under my family home's porch so Dad didn't catch me, age 12
 

tim roth
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palerthanale's house-WI
Great Taste of the Midwest-WI
State College brewfest-PA (got to talk with Michael Jackson there)
Great Dane downtown-WI
Yuengling brewery-PA
Back Country brewpub-CO (on the patio deck in the summertime)
Leinie brewery-WI
Bullfrog brewpub-PA
Bluff street brewhaus homebrew shop-IA
AND...on my front porch.
cheers,tim
 

Steve Jones
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Pete, are you aware that there is also Barley's in Greenville? I've never been there, but the beer list looks quite good.
 

Pete Mazurowski
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Yep, never been there either. Don't know what's stopping me though. I guess I fall into that "don't get out much" category. Kids'll do that.
 

Brad Petit
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There are so many possibilities...

Delirium Cafe
Cantillon
Augustiner biergarten
Kulminator
a place in Prague w/ PU whose name I forget
any sidewalk cafe in Europe w/ Hoegaarden
Heineken museum
the former Big Easy brewery outside NOLA
Foam Rangers meetings in Houston
any beer festival

edited because I forgot to mention anywhere in Jamaica w/ Red Stripe (or, if you wish, substitute any tropical spot and the local brew)

(Message edited by voodoobrew on May 09, 2008)
 

PaulK
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Without question is the Andech's monastery. You have atmoshere, great food and the world's greatest doppelbock.
Other notable mentions are the Forschungs brewery outside Munich as well as any of the Augustiner biergartens, especially the Keller.
 

aleman
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Dearborn River with Chumley and Macker.
Elysian Brewery with Macker, LabRat and Stella.
Free State Brewery, Kansas, Dad and my brother
Stranger Creek cliffs, high school friends.
Granite City Brewery, Macker, big boobed waitress.
North Dakota Ratfest, 2004.
River City Brewery, Wichita, KS.
Castle Creek, Black Hills, SD.
Two Medicine River, Browning MT. Yes, Browning...
McGuires Irish Pub, Pensacola......
 

Josh Johnson
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Simple. It's where I had my first taste of beer.

16 years old, sitting on a 12 foot table with 16 strangers under the hidden Swaztika's in the ceiling of the Hofbrauhaus in Munich, Germany. A liter of German Helles.

Heaven.
 

Dan Listermann
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A lot of places come to mind, but I will try to stay local to Cincy, especially considering the National Conference will be here in a month.

Mecklenburg Gardens - 16 taps none of which have ever passed a Budmilloors product.

The Beer Seller - 30 taps

The Pub at Rookwood - my local

Nickelsons - Scottish!

Steinkellers - Oxford - Bavarian beer?

The Comet - Great bottle selection

Fries Cafe - Hop head bar

Molly McGuires - Irish

The Party Source - Fantastic bottled selection

Last, but no where least:

The Beer and Sweat Party - August 16 - Last year we had 256 kegs of homebrew on tap
 

Tim Copeland
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Newcastle, England (The whole Quayside)
Dublin, Ireland (St James Gate Brewery)
Whistler, BC (the whole mountain)
Southern Ontario (my basement brewery)
The mens room (at my first High School dance)
 

Bill Pierce
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I understand the Guinness experience at the St. James Gate brewery has improved since I was there in the 1980s. At that time they showed a 30 minute video (apparently the threat of IRA-related terrorism was too great to risk letting the public into the brewing area), and then they rushed visitors into a rather small hospitality room where you were limited to a single half-pint in about 10 minutes time.

Today I'm told the tasting room is more generous and located on the top floor of the brewery building that affords one of the better views of Dublin.
 

Graham Cox
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The Beer and Sweat Party - August 16 - Last year we had 256 kegs of homebrew on tap

And (once again) you weren't there! I'm starting to notice a trend here, Dan.

It was a great event.
 

Tom Meier
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Fisherman's wharf SF, with cracked crab and fresh Anchor Steam

Avery Taproom, 2007 NHC pubcrawl

Any Rocket City Brewers meeting or bigbrew, any year

Club beer dinner, May 2005, barrel aged RIS with dark chocolate bread pudding

House of Brews, Huntsville, AL with family, drinking Olde Towne Porter on draft, my #1 rated pint to date

Brewpub in Mukelito, WA with a brewing bud

On the Buffalo River, TN with the brewclub

Pizza Port Carlsbad,CA

Chinese Tower (chinescheser tur?) biergarten, Englischer Garten, Munich. Dunkleweiss

A hotel outside Prague, drinking Budvar with friends after a long day. If only we had changed another $2 into czech money, could have drank all night.
 

Dan Listermann
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Graham, I will miss this coming B&S too. Another wedding.
 

John Owen
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In the rooftop hot tube of the Bear Creek Inn in Telluride CO during the winter time after a hard day of snow boarding.

At the Last Dollar Saloon in Telluride during the Bluegrass festival.

At the Coyote Cafe in Santa Fe NM at the roof top cantina.

On the back deck of an over water bungalow in Bora Bora.

At My Father's Place in Santa Monica.

At the downstairs bar of South Street Original Smokehouse, Crab Shack and Authentic Dive Bar in Nashvegas on a hot summer night with the garage doors open.
 

Jim DeShields
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Stanley Cup Finals Pittsburgh 1991
Fishing off the coast of Florida
After white water rafting the Youghiogheny river floating on a raft
Homecoming game Penn State
My garage when I open a new brew for the first time
Some pub I don't recall the name of in London while in the Navy
Frito Lays Hospitality Suite in the infield at Daytona the year Dale Sr. won


And for Chumley(sorry Dan)
Standing next to the giant extinct Russian oak fermentors in the Traquir House brewery....


I may not have done that last one, but I've had more than a few Fuller's ESB clones so I may be remembering many extinct things.

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The Beer and Sweat Party - August 16 - Last year we had 256 kegs of homebrew on tap

Wish I could be there on my 49th birthday

(Message edited by niquejim on May 16, 2008)