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john b

Anything good in Ft. Lauderdale?

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I may have an hour or two to kill tomorrow night in FLL. Are there any bars of note with good beer selections? I didn't see anything on pubcrawler.com that jumped out at me.

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Wander on down to the Bahia Mar yacht basin and stop by slip F-18. If you're lucky the fellow may share some of his Boodles with you. :cool:

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Wander on down to the Bahia Mar yacht basin and stop by slip F-18. If you're lucky the fellow may share some of his Boodles with you.  :cool:

The Bahia Mar brings back a few spring break memories. Our wealthy college buddies stayed there, when we were sleeping on the floor in another friends' parents' hosue in Hollywood.

Oh how I miss the Button... :raz::raz:

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It has been years since I have been, but there is a very unassuming little German pub about 1 block of Ft. Lauderdale beach...

Bierbrunnen

425 S. Ft. Lauderdale Beach Blvd.

Usually frequented by German tourists.

It was one of the few places near Ft. Lauderdale beach where you didn't have to pay $6 for a a plastic cup of Miller.

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Though not in Fort Lauderdale but very near by:

Big Bear Brewing, Coral Springs - GABF medal for their belgian dubbel

Brewzzi's Boca Raton - 4 GABF medals

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