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    If you guys like beer as much as I do, the next time you're in Portland you should check out Downeast Beverage (on the waterfront). Sheesh! Probably the best selection of beer I've seen in Maine. A lot of great Belgian beers (which I love, having lived in Belgium for 7 years).

    And they have a stand in the entrance where you can "make your own six-pack" of micro-brews for only $7.49.

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    I don't drink but the next time you want some great pub food and probably the largest assortment of micro beers in the state is located at "The Great Lost Bear" on Forest Ave.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haffy6
    I don't drink but the next time you want some great pub food and probably the largest assortment of micro beers in the state is located at "The Great Lost Bear" on Forest Ave.
    Have you been to Downeast Beverage? LOL!

    And are you talking about bottle, on tap, what?

    (OK - I checked their web site - FIFTY THREE beers on tap, including 15 Maine micro-brews.) I don't go to bars often, so I usually think of "beer to go". And when I buy "beer to go", I usually buy it by the keg! )

    Here's their list - pretty impressive!!!

    http://www.greatlostbear.com/beerlist.html

    Sheesh! Lets have a "beer & wings" event here!
    Last edited by WhereRWe?; 04-01-2005 at 08:18 PM.

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    Thumbs up great place!

    The Great Lost Bear (my son called it the Gray Slot Bear when he was little - lol!) is an awesome place!!! They have great food in addition to great beer choices. One of the great things about living in Portland!!
    ~ Beach Comber ~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beach Comber
    The Great Lost Bear (my son called it the Gray Slot Bear when he was little - lol!) is an awesome place!!! They have great food in addition to great beer choices. One of the great things about living in Portland!!
    We will check this one out for sure on our next visit to Portland ...but, alas, we are in Bangor and still plan to meet at the Sea Dog in our fair city. All who can make it are welcome.

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    Unhappy shux!

    Wish I could be there!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haffy6
    I don't drink but the next time you want some great pub food and probably the largest assortment of micro beers in the state is located at "The Great Lost Bear" on Forest Ave.
    The GLB has ben one of my favs since my college days in there early 80's.

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    Smile Nice time!!

    Enjoyed the company of Mainiac1957, Dave1976 and girlmate, aka Constance at the SeaDog indulging in some great food, libations, and conversation. Nice spending a couple of hours with you and sharing stories on a rainy Saturday. We don't do this enough. Hopefully we can get together on those two caches.

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    Smile

    We enjoyed the company as well. I assume that we live about the same distance from the seadog. your typing your post at the same time i am. you must just type faster. It's not often that we can get away with good people and just have a relaxed conversion and a few great suds. Thanks for the great time.

    Dave and Constance
    Last edited by d’76; 04-02-2005 at 07:40 PM.

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