Magazines, websites, blogs, etc always seem to be coming out with lists of “best outdoor beers” or “top 10 beers you need to try this year”. Sometimes the lists can be advertising related bullshit (see my last post), or have some very good recommendations made by people who know their shit. Regardless of whether or not I have free time I always get sucked into these lists, and hope that I can find a good chunk of them in the Denver area. Additionally, as one who travels for work I am always on the lookout for what to try the next time I’m on the road. One of my biggest complaints about these lists is that there can be little information on what region or states that each beer is available in. I got to thinking of ways to improve this.
The DC community has always been helpful with providing trail, drink, and chow recommendations, and I want to put that to use. Here at DC, we want to start small with a “beer recommendations by state” map, based on the DC community’s input. The hope being that before making a trip to a specific state or region, you can head out knowing that you have some quality beer recommendations from other like-minded drunks with a cycling problem.
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Like I said, we are starting small, so for now there will only be five groups/categories.
1.) Trail beer (must be canned).
2.) Trailhead or parking lot beer. Canned, bottled, or in a growler, it doesn’t matter but something for before or after a day of trail.
3.) Easy sipper. Something to drink on a hot day
4.) Dark and heavy. Why eat dinner when you can just drink a few of these.
5.) Don’t leave the state without trying this.
We’re playing pretty fast and loose on this one, so as of now there aren’t too many rules. We’re shooting for 5 beer suggestions for all the states. California is special because it is fucking huge, so there will be Northern California and Southern California. North Fork, CA will serve as out dividing line between NoCal and SoCal as that is damn close to the geographic center of the state.
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Go ahead and email your recommendations (firstname.lastname@example.org) for each state. I’ll do my best to sort through them all, and get the maps made in a timely manner.