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We Tasted Some Of The Weirdest Beers America Has To Offer

Question: What do oysters, glitter, assorted pig parts, birch tree sap and barbecue sauce all have in common? Answer: They’re just a few of the ingredients featured in some of the more adventurous beers poured at this year’s Great American Beer Festival, an annual early-October gathering of breweries from across the country in Denver. 2016 marks the 35th anniversary of the festival, which this year boasted more than 800 breweries and upwards of 3,800 different beers ? the largest collection of U.
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