[Cdt-l] brew pubs
jbraun at vizsolutions.com
Thu Mar 19 15:35:07 CDT 2009
Since the discussion has changed to beer, I thought I would promote
Butte's Quarry Brewing. It is a tasting room (48 oz limit per
customer). The Rocky Mountain Brewery in Anaconda closed last year.
One more reason to skip the Anaconda cutoff and checkout the new
trails around Butte.
I think this web site lists more breweries than the one Paul sent out.
At 11:44 AM 3/19/2009, Jim Eagleton wrote:
>Of course Tommy Knockers is a brewpub in ID Springs that you can get
>to from Bertherd (but shouldn't because Winter Park/Frasier is
>closer) However, the Winter Park brewpub is poor (at least in the
>Creede has many options for beer and a burger. I like Kip's Grill,
>which is next to the laundry.
>I didn't know Avery had a brew pub. They do put up with geeks who
>find their brewery.
>Steamboat had a brewpub last summer. They had tapas at happy
>hour. There has always been an average to below average brewpub in
>Steamboat or the ski lodge. There has been some turnover over the
>years. So, if the old one has closed, look for the new one.
>Also, brewpubs in Silver City, NM (the number one problem with the
>Wolf Route), Lander, WY, and Helina, MT.
>Leadville, CO and Pinedale, WY have brewpubs that have gone from
>poor to only a little below average. Even Mags likes the Pb'vlle
>hostel, however, it is not a necessary stop between Twin Lakes, and Frisco.
>How come nobody has posted the link for Cookie and Paul's 2008 video:
> > From: cdt-l-request at backcountry.net
> >> From: Paul Magnanti <pmags at yahoo.com>
> > Subject: [Cdt-l] Creede vs. Lake City
> > To: CDT MailingList <cdt-l at backcountry.net>
> > Message-ID: <217517.71924.qm at web35206.mail.mud.yahoo.com>
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> > If you want "interesting", Lake City has the Tic Toc Diner! IIRC,
> this diner was
> > from Chicago originally.
> > In the "gee...that's a little morbid category", one the way down
> to Lake City is site of the Alfred Packer er...incident.
> > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alferd_Packer
> > The CU-Boulder dining hall proudly has an eating area named after him!
> > LC was also going to the be the site of "Northern Exposure"
> originally, but was too remote from Denver.
> > Now in Creede, I remember having an AWESOME burger when I did the
> Colorado Trail back in 2004. When it is snowing out,
> > you are wet and hungry... half-pound of beef, with bacon washed
> down with a beer is just pure nirvana. Tommy Knockers was the place
> IIRC. Not a brewpub, but a good quasi-locals place. Had pool
> tables! Music! A real bar! They DO NOT sell freakin' Texas
> souvenirs in this place. :) (When you get to Creede or Lake City,
> you'll see what I mean!)
> > (Sorry, no good burger stories from the CDT in Creede)
> > In the boring, prosaic manner..Creede is probably a (marginally)
> easier hitch than Lake City. Of course, if you look like me on the
> long trails, hitches are going to be hard
> > in general. ;)
> > Ah, that answered a future question about brewpubs in CO. I'm planning on
> > making a side trip down to Boulder to swill beer at Avery, but now it looks
> > like I'm set in Grand Lake, Frisco, Pagosa Springs, and Salida. If only
> > someone would open a joint in Steamboat!
> > Suge
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