Monday, July 12, 2010

Beers for Lebron James

Unless you have been living under a rock for the last week you have heard that Lebron James is going to be coming to Miami to play for the Heat.  Since he will be moving from Cleveland I was thinking of ways to make the transition easier for him so, I put together a list of the beers that he was able to get in Cleveland that he will still be able to get in Miami.  He isn't going to be missing out on much and will actually gain a few new brands to try.  Here is the list for you, Lebron.  Welcome to the neighborhood.

Stone
Dogfish Head
Magic Hat
Scaldis
Dupont
Brooklyn
Anderson Valley
Great Divide
Leinenkugel
Lost Coast
North Coast
Ommegang
The Bruery
Eel River
He'Brew
Mendocino
Left Hand
Boulder
Sea Dog
Shipyard
Heavy Seas
Jolly Pumpkin
Quilmes
Coopers
Stiegl
Achel
Cantillion
Delirium
Gouden Carolus
La Chouffe
St. Louis
Urthel
Unibroue
Meantime
Old Speckled Hen
Ridgeway
Aecht Schlenkerla
Julius Echter
Reissdorf
Schneider
Tucher
Weihenstephaner
Hitachino
Baltika
Nogne-O
Gordon Biersch
Harpoon
Sierra Nevada
Brooklyn
Bitburger
Chimay
Paulaner
Rogue
Sapporo
Victory
and of course all the big macro beers.

And Lebron if you need help with finding a good beer bar just let me know.

4 comments:

  1. Welcome to Miami Lebron! Can't wait for October! Let's pawn the lakers and kobe!

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  2. Bradenton Downtown has 2 bars serving all kind of European and American beers. As a German-Bavarian I can strongly recommend this!

    http://www.bradentonbroker.com/2009/bradenton-featured-on-boston-com/

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  3. That's Great, but what beers would he be able to get that he previously could not in Cleveland? As a Clevelander traveling to Florida next month to see that equally worshiped mouse that lives in Orlando, I will need to pick up some good (local or limited availability) beer. What else is there beside Cigar City?

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  4. Lebron is going to need some Great Lakes Brewing Co. beers to really make a smooth transition. Christmas Ale, Conway's Irish Ale and easy drinking Dortmunder. As a former Clevelander living in Miami, I crave those beers. If you ever have the chance to try the Christmas Ale, you won't be disappointed.

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