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#28 – Where in the beer world?

Where in the beer world?

Where in the beer world?Do you think you know where in the beer world these photos were taken?

Please leave your answer at a comment.

Hint: The photo on the right. Yes, you can figure they don’t sell New Belgium’s Fat Tire Amber Ale because it’s not available to them. Not because they don’t want to.

Bonus hint (since last week there wasn’t a single guess, wild and crazy or otherwise): Don’t go here looking for any Anheuser-Busch, Miller or Coors beers here. Or even some of the other beers generally available in local grocery stores.

Last week’s answer: The photo was taken at the National Brewery Museum in Potosi, Wis., that opened last summer. Worth your time.

Answer added March 8: Owners Scott Shor and Rich Carley opened The Charleston Beer Exchange only a few months ago. The rather small store is packed with only specialty beers. They also have six draft lines to fill growlers, often rare beers that may not otherwise be available in Charleston. There’s a list on their blog.

5 Responses to #28 – Where in the beer world?

  1. Matt Dunn February 28, 2009 at 6:07 pm #

    It is North Carolina I’m thinking because that is the only state where Highland, Hoppin Frog, and Jolly Pumpkin are distributed (I think?). I’ll go Thirsty Monk in Ashevegas because the Fat Tire sign rings a bell but I’m not positive. Either way, great pub. Or maybe Weinhaus a few doors down? Or perhaps both?

  2. Stan Hieronymus March 1, 2009 at 5:37 am #

    Another hint – without saying what Matt may or may not have right – the beers are pretty much arranged in alphabetical order, by brewery name.

  3. Bill Aimonetti March 1, 2009 at 4:04 pm #

    Beer Exchange, Charleston SC?

  4. Brodie March 2, 2009 at 1:49 am #

    Bruisin’Ales?

  5. Chris March 3, 2009 at 1:14 pm #

    City Beverage Company in Winston Salem?

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