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Kitty's Beercation: 21 breweries in 8 days

We were on a mission: beat our old record of 17 breweries/brewpubs during a one-week vacation.

And we succeeded! We hit 21 different places--and sampled many delicious brews. Here's the rundown:

1. O'so in Plover (Picnic Ants Saison)
2. Bull Falls in Wausau (Irish Red)
3. Red Eye  in Wausau(I think I tried a pale ale?)
4. Great Dane in Wausau (Watermelon Wheat, pictured above)
5. Titletown in Green Bay (Cromulent Ale)
6. Legends in Green Bay (Duck Creek Dunkel)
7. Rail House in Marinette (Blueberry Wheat)
8. Fox River Brewing in Appleton (Buzzin' Honey Ale)
9. Stone Cellar in Appleton (Wis. Pale Ale)
10. Blue Heron in Marshfield (Swamp Castle Brown Ale)
11. Northwoods in Eau Claire (Floppin' Crappie, Bubba's Bumbling Honey Ale)
12. Leinenkugel's in Chippewa Falls (my favorite was the new Hoppin' Helles)
13. Das Bierhaus in Menomonie (Black Bear)
14. Lazy Monk in Eau Claire (Oktoberfest)
15. Fountain City in Fountain City (Original Lager)
16. Backwater Brewing in Winona (Nut Brown)
17. Pearl Street in LaCrosse (Pale Ale)
18. Moose Jaw in Wis. Dells (Pumpkin Ale)
19. Port Huron in Wis. Dells (Honey Blonde)
20. Karben 4 in Madison (Undercover Session Ale)
21. House of Brews in Madison (Bungalow Rye ESB)

So many beers, so little time.  I figure it will be a while before we try breaking this record.



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