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Re:Microbrews in cans. 2015/12/08 23:38:47 (permalink)
And now I've learned something, as well as putting a couple of new places to try on my list.
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Re:Microbrews in cans. 2015/12/19 19:47:39 (permalink)
Anyway, craft brew heaven as far as I am concerned can be found in Onalaska, Wisconsin at an employee owned supermarket and liquor store called Woodman's. There are a few around the state of Wisconsin. This is a photo I took of just the craft brew section which extends about another 20 feet on my right before it turns into a back wall of coolers with the national big brands.

We were up in Madison, WI a couple of months ago, and Woodman's was the recommended "one stop" destination (although we hit Karben4 separately for one of their porter releases). I was most interested in the New Glarus bombers and Ale Asylum six-packs, since most of the other stuff they carry is readily available around here.
Our larger local micros (Rhinegeist and MadTree) have gone the can route.
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