Beer Nutz

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  • Season 1
    • Vancouver
      Episode 8
      8/2/06
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      In this episode we travel to Vancouver, Canada and meet Gabriol Jones, author of the travelers guide "Passport to Beer" which chronicles every brew pub and microbrewery in Western Canada.
    • Portland
      Episode 7
      7/27/06
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      In this episode we travel to Portland, Oregon and start the beer tour at McMenamins Edgefield which features a hotel, restaurant, winery, golf course, memorial bar in honor of Jerry Garcia and course a brewery.
    • Milwaukee
      Episode 6
      7/20/06
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      In this episode we travel to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, a city with beer heritage spanning back to the 1800's with more bars per capita than any other American city! We start with a visit, to the lakefront brewery which brews 8,000 barrels a year.
    • Denver
      Episode 5
      7/13/06
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      In this episode we travel to Denver, Colorado looking for Beer Nutz. We start off the day at the Bull & Bush, a Denver establishment with forty different styles of beer throughout the year.
    • Chicago
      Episode 4
      6/27/06
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      In this episode we travel to Chicago, Illinois in search of the biggest beer nut. We start the search with a lesson in brewing at Piece Pizza and Beer.
    • San Francisco
      Episode 3
      6/25/06
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      In this episode we travel to San Francisco, California. We visit Anchor Steam Brewery, home of Anchor Steam Beer and the micro-brewery that kicked off the American craft brewery explosion.
    • Burlington
      Episode 2
      6/13/06
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      n this episode we travel to Burlington, VT and visit the Magic Hat Brewery and meet brew master Alan Newman who prefers to be called the "Conductor of Cosmic Symphonies."
    • Boston
      Episode 1
      6/6/06
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      In this episode we travel to Boston, Massachusetts and visit one of the oldest establishments in town, The Boston Beer Company, makers of Samuel Adams.