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Colorado's Highest 100

Postby Monte Meals » Mon Sep 24, 2012 9:10 pm

I'm Ready For The Challenge - Are You?

Give me a list of the highest 100 brew pubs in Colorado

And I'll see how fast I can visit all of them (1 pint minimum per visit)

Posted under the "Climbing Prep, Safety , etc" forum of course.

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Re: Colorado's Highest 100

Postby cheeseburglar » Mon Sep 24, 2012 9:21 pm

If you research the list, I'll check your results. Once you set the record, you get to set the rules for breaking it. Is it cheating to use a designated driver? Does your wife have to be the dd? Do you have to advertise each visit on 14ers in case someone wants to meet you?
So many opportunities to make rules here.
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Re: Colorado's Highest 100

Postby rking007 » Mon Sep 24, 2012 10:34 pm

Are there really 100 different micro breweries in Colorado?
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Re: Colorado's Highest 100

Postby shaunster_co » Mon Sep 24, 2012 10:42 pm

According to 5280, as of May 2012; There are 139 licensed craft breweries in the state, and there are another 75 breweries in the planning stages. Not including, of course, all the basement operations..
I'm sure you could get the licensed list from the state, plot them on google maps, and plan a nice circuit.

http://www.5280.com/blogs/2012/05/14/beer-buzz-colorados-brewing-business

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Re: Colorado's Highest 100

Postby rking007 » Tue Sep 25, 2012 12:59 am

shaunster_co wrote:According to 5280, as of May 2012; There are 139 licensed craft breweries in the state, and there are another 75 breweries in the planning stages. Not including, of course, all the basement operations..
I'm sure you could get the licensed list from the state, plot them on google maps, and plan a nice circuit.

http://www.5280.com/blogs/2012/05/14/beer-buzz-colorados-brewing-business


Wow! Well game on! I feel so behind on my beer game as I've probably had ten or twenty different breweries from Colorado.
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