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    Best Beers in a Can.

    My vote, Dave's Pale Ale, Followed by Old Chubb. Then Murphy's. Then Beamish.

    http://www.oskarblues.com/brew/

    I need to try the Gordon's.

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    Dale's Pale Ale is amazing but 7 bucks for a sixer of cans is kinda crazy.

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    All good canned beers. Gordon's is good, I am a fan of Leroy personally.

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    Zipfer, Stiegl, Goesser, Egger

    You pretty much have to go to Austria to find them though

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    Not a fan of the Chubb. Much prefer Fosters ESB oilcans for swillin. And of course, Guinness and Boddingtons.

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    Good beer in a can?

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    Double Haul IPA at KettleHouse Brewing Co.

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    Yes, Shmear, it's true.

    Brave new world.

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    Dale's Pale Ale by far. Heck, I prefer it to most bottled beers. Perfect for hut/yurt trips.

    Rideit - Can you get Dale's in the Jackson/Victor area yet? The last time I was up there, my friends asked me to bring up a few cases as they are cannot find a store that carries it.

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    They have Dale's and Old Chubb at Broulim's, in Driggs. An insulting $7.69 a sixer, but I like it better than Grand Brewing or SRB, (shhh)

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    Tecate. Bueno. $11 for 18 cans.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    My vote, Dave's Pale Ale, Followed by Old Chubb. Then Murphy's. Then Beamish.

    http://www.oskarblues.com/brew/

    I need to try the Gordon's.
    Dales is the bomb.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    They have Dale's and Old Chubb at Broulim's, in Driggs. An insulting $7.69 a sixer, but I like it better than Grand Brewing or SRB, (shhh)
    Ouch. Pretty spendy up there.

    I'll let them know abouth Broulim's. Cheers.

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    And there will come a day when our ancestors look back...........

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    Natty Light BABY!!
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    Hamm's all the way.
    "It is not the result that counts! It is not the result but the spirit! Not what - but how. Not what has been attained - but at what price.
    - A. Solzhenitsyn

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    rideit has a good list. Dale's for hot weather bouldering, Murphy's, Beamish or Young's chocolate stout for 'real beer'.

    damn, now I am thirsty again.

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    Still trying to find a distributor in DC...

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    cans were originally invented to better preserve beer so that it doesnt get degraded by light over time. so of course there are good canned beers, the best i have come across was furious made by surly brewing, if you guys are ever around minneapolis be sure to pick up a few cases

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    I was sittin' on the can the other day, drinkin' a beer too. It was a pretty good beer as I recall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tippster View Post


    Still trying to find a distributor in DC...
    Hit me up if you do. None in WV/western MD/PA.
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    Dale also made a deal with Frontier to serve his brew's on their planes, something unpossible if it were in a bottle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffreyJim View Post
    Dale's Pale Ale is amazing but 7 bucks for a sixer of cans is kinda crazy.
    is 7 bucks for a sixer of bottled beer kinda crazy? that's the going rate, and dale's 72 ounces of beverage is comparable to any bottled six packs.

    Dales is great, I dig the Old Chubb too, But Dale's is not the correct answer. The correct answer is:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Schmear View Post
    Good beer in a can?
    No glass on river trips. You have to adapt.

    My vote would go in order of

    1. Free
    2. Cold
    3. Lots of

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    is 7 bucks for a sixer of bottled beer kinda crazy? that's the going rate, and dale's 72 ounces of beverage is comparable to any bottled six packs.

    Dales is great, I dig the Old Chubb too, But Dale's is not the correct answer. The correct answer is:

    That is just your Durango bias coming through
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