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    Every single beer that I had on the trail was delicious.

    Truly.

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    Hmmm... if you like beer (or drinking in general) off the dusty trail, Anaconda MT on the CDT has more pubs than the entire AT! As a further incentive to hike that trail, it has no dry counties!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sly
    Hmmm... if you like beer (or drinking in general) off the dusty trail, Anaconda MT on the CDT has more pubs than the entire AT! As a further incentive to hike that trail, it has no dry counties!
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    Laramie's got em beat Sly !! Best kept secret in the west.

    'Slogger
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    What about the DogPatch tavern at the I-70 crossing in Maryland?
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    Be witty in your cruelty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newb
    What about the DogPatch tavern at the I-70 crossing in Maryland?
    It got shut down after a drug bust a few years ago.

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    I'm Shocked!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    E-Z---"from sea to shining sea''

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    Quote Originally Posted by Footslogger
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    Laramie's got em beat Sly !! Best kept secret in the west.

    'Slogger
    Cleveland Ohio has a bar BUS tour. They advertise it on the Internet. You sign up and wait your turn. Everyone meets at a designated point and you go bar hopping in a bus.

    I'd hate to be the driver at bar closing time though.

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    [quote=StarLyte]Cleveland Ohio has a bar BUS tour.
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    Laramie is too small for a bus tour ...walkin is a lot easier and quicker.

    'Slogger
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    LT '79; AT '73-'14 in sections; Donating Member Kerosene's Avatar
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    One of you experienced beer-drinking thru-hikers should put together a WB article on noted beer-serving establishments in trail towns and within a few miles of the AT. I would contribute to in-depth reviews as I get through those sections in the next few years.
    GA←↕→ME: 1973 to 2014

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Tarlin
    OK article, coulda used some minor fact-checking:

    *The Long Trail Brewing Company is in Bridewater Corners VT, not Bridgewater
    Actually, Jack, the town is Bridgewater Corners.

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