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URL icon « Reply #15 on: February 09, 2018, 02:04:01 PM »

You'll like Avery's Brown Ale.

Sugar, Avery's brown ale is called Ellie's Brown Ale . It's pretty good, not sure it's as good as Moose Drool's but what is.

Also, Sugar, I also drink a lot of pilsners. Avery has an offering, called Joe's. Not a huge fan of this compared to some of the west coast pils such as Trumer or Scrimshaw but perhaps that's because I've only had the canned version of Joe's. 

All that said, I think Avery offers more options than New Belgium for the beer fan who isn't hop-obsessed.
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URL icon « Reply #16 on: February 09, 2018, 02:22:54 PM »

We might be able to work something out at Run a Muck.

Fat Tire is okay. I'd never turn my nose up at it, but it's definitely not my favorite. And I really don't care for IPAs or Pale Ales at all; I just can't do hops. In fact, just about anything over a 25 or 30 IBU is too much for me. I much prefer German style beers. I'll drink Dunkelweizens and bocks all day long.

Is the run a muck by invite only?

Nope!  We're an acquired taste, but generally maintain an open door policy.

Yup, it's invite only. But all are invited!
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URL icon « Reply #17 on: February 09, 2018, 02:23:10 PM »

You'll like Avery's Brown Ale.

Sugar, Avery's brown ale is called Ellie's Brown Ale . It's pretty good, not sure it's as good as Moose Drool's but what is.

Also, Sugar, I also drink a lot of pilsners. Avery has an offering, called Joe's. Not a huge fan of this compared to some of the west coast pils such as Trumer or Scrimshaw but perhaps that's because I've only had the canned version of Joe's. 

All that said, I think Avery offers more options than New Belgium for the beer fan who isn't hop-obsessed.

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URL icon « Reply #18 on: February 09, 2018, 02:44:52 PM »

We might be able to work something out at Run a Muck.

Fat Tire is okay. I'd never turn my nose up at it, but it's definitely not my favorite. And I really don't care for IPAs or Pale Ales at all; I just can't do hops. In fact, just about anything over a 25 or 30 IBU is too much for me. I much prefer German style beers. I'll drink Dunkelweizens and bocks all day long.

Is the run a muck by invite only?

Nope!  We're an acquired taste, but generally maintain an open door policy.

Can you explain what it is? Where it is  Cheers

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It's an asylum or a penitentiary depending on your POV
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It's an asylum or a penitentiary depending on your POV
I like to think of it as a self-imposed rehab facility where you constantly have to re-enter yourself into the facility every morning.
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Can you explain what it is? Where it is  Cheers

We're a camp within Town Park. You can find us up on the hill where they do the boogie. We're best known for a double dose of debauchery and the war crime that is Crunchy Frog. Once we're set up, feel free to drop in for a drink or any of the events we host.

Where are you camping?
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Can you explain what it is? Where it is  Cheers

We're a camp within Town Park. You can find us up on the hill where they do the boogie. We're best known for a double dose of debauchery and the war crime that is Crunchy Frog. Once we're set up, feel free to drop in for a drink or any of the events we host.

Where are you camping?

Mary I 
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Can you explain what it is? Where it is  Cheers

We're a camp within Town Park. You can find us up on the hill where they do the boogie. We're best known for a double dose of debauchery and the war crime that is Crunchy Frog. Once we're set up, feel free to drop in for a drink or any of the events we host.

Where are you camping?

Mary I 

That does make it a bit more difficult as after Thursday, Town Park is only open to those with TP or Warner Field wristbands. But if you get to town earlier in the week, you can and should come check out Town Park.
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URL icon « Reply #24 on: February 09, 2018, 08:02:03 PM »

We might be able to work something out at Run a Muck.

Fat Tire is okay. I'd never turn my nose up at it, but it's definitely not my favorite. And I really don't care for IPAs or Pale Ales at all; I just can't do hops. In fact, just about anything over a 25 or 30 IBU is too much for me. I much prefer German style beers. I'll drink Dunkelweizens and bocks all day long.

Is the run a muck by invite only?

Nope!  We're an acquired taste, but generally maintain an open door policy.

Can you explain what it is? Where it is  Cheers

It is a place that encourages you to participate in group experiments with psychedelic looking mood inducing potions and herbs. You pretty much lose your mind and sanity but you feel really, really happy.
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URL icon « Reply #25 on: February 09, 2018, 09:56:41 PM »

We might be able to work something out at Run a Muck.

Fat Tire is okay. I'd never turn my nose up at it, but it's definitely not my favorite. And I really don't care for IPAs or Pale Ales at all; I just can't do hops. In fact, just about anything over a 25 or 30 IBU is too much for me. I much prefer German style beers. I'll drink Dunkelweizens and bocks all day long.

Is the run a muck by invite only?

Nope!  We're an acquired taste, but generally maintain an open door policy.

Can you explain what it is? Where it is  Cheers

It is a place that requires you to participate in  experiments with psychedelic inducing potions and herbs. You pretty much lose your mind and sanity but you feel really, really happy.
Sounds like a blast... Unfortunately I'm camping at Mary I. Ya'll have a blast!

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URL icon « Reply #26 on: February 10, 2018, 11:53:11 AM »

TP is open to visitors through Tuesday night before the music starts. If you’re around, you should really come up for some of the festivities.
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URL icon « Reply #27 on: February 10, 2018, 03:11:25 PM »

TP is open to visitors through Tuesday night before the music starts. If you’re around, you should really come up for some of the festivities.

Skubes, did you mean to say, Wednesday night?

Hooch, doesnt rehab start each morning with Crunchy Frog and reciting the Frog oath!?
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URL icon « Reply #28 on: February 10, 2018, 05:21:27 PM »

Hats off to NB for the many years of faithful service. They were there early for many festivals spreading the gospel of craft beer in CO and making it possible for festivals to move beyond Bud. Much props!

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URL icon « Reply #29 on: February 12, 2018, 09:26:31 AM »

TP is open to visitors through Tuesday night before the music starts. If you’re around, you should really come up for some of the festivities.

Skubes, did you mean to say, Wednesday night?

Hooch, doesnt rehab start each morning with Crunchy Frog and reciting the Frog oath!?
Rehab at Camp Run-A-Muck starts every morning at 8am sharp and lasts until the Crunchy Frog breakfast buffet at 8:15am.  BYOB.
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