[Cdt-l] Brew Pubs!
hikertrash at gmail.com
Mon Mar 23 19:14:01 CDT 2009
Pagosa Brewery in Pagosa Springs and Bertrams in Salmon, ID with the
Bertram's Belly Buster Burger are two I haven't seen mentioned.
Pagosa Springs also has a Kips Grill and several other watering holes.
On Fri, Mar 20, 2009 at 12:04 AM, Paul Magnanti <pmags at yahoo.com> wrote:
> AH..Colorado brew pubs!
> Screw the stove discussions, what tent to bring or should you carry beer
> spray. If you are on this list, you are probably
> an experienced, burly outdoorsy person and know the answers. ;)
> So, let's get to the real question: BREW PUBS!
> With the FREE summit stage bus in Summit County, you can easily hit the
> brew pubs in Breck, Dillon and Frisco.
> The Dam Brewery in Dillon is indeed great. I quaffed a few beers after some
> backcountry skis more than once.
> (Many Texans hang out there during ski season. My apologies to Texan
> listers..but what is with Texans demanding that they play
> Texan Footballs games in ski bars? OK..rant off! :D) I strongly suggest
> the Sweet George's Brown.
> In Breck, you can go to the Brekenridge Brew Pub. Breck is actually
> easily reached from the designated CDTA route (if you go
> that way) or the free bus system as well. The Oatmeal Stout is awesome.
> My favorite though is the Backcountry Brewey in Frisco (easily reached from
> Copper via the free bus!)
> Sit on the deck, look at the (pine bark beetle damaged) ridge and have a
> 14er Burger: 1 pound of meat, double the cheese
> and order some BACON to go with it. A carinvore delight! Wash it down
> with with a Peak One Porter!
> Now, the Tommy Knockers in Idaho Sprgs is different from the one in Creede.
> (It is good though!)
> If you come to Boulder (and I have a feeling you just may be able to have
> someone pick you up at the TH, give you a place to crash
> and drop you back off. Dunno why I think this...) ., I suggest you go to
> the Southern Sun Brewery. It is my hangout place and they
> make awesome beer. The Java Porter on nitro (very smooth!) is one of my
> favorite beers ever. Have a junk burger to go with it.
> (bacon, cheese, mushrooms, onions, roasted garic mayo). I probably paid
> for at least one booth in the bar on all the money I've
> spent there over the years...
> If I may put in a plug (I don't earn money off it..so maybe it is not a
> plug? :D), my website has my favorite day hikes, backpacks and ski tours.
> I give the boring info (maps needed, directions to the TH, etc.), but most
> importantly: WHERE TO GET BEER AFTER THE HIKE! :)
> The true harvest of my life is intangible.... a little stardust
> caught, a portion of the rainbow I have clutched
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