Finally Made it to Falling Rock:

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Well, I finally went to Falling Rock in Denver. The front range sure
does suffer from a lack of decent pubs. We're nutty with the breweries
& brewpubs but outside of that most "bars" around here seem to cater
to the no-nonsense drinking to get blotto keep yer head down shotta
crap with a crap chaser. Some restaurants have decent selections but I
miss the tap houses with rotating seasonals, wide selections and clean
beer lines.

Having said that, my first impression of Falling Rock was that it
would be quite the oasis. The impression I walked away with is it only
gets raves because of the distinct lack of good beer bars mentioned
above. This place doesn't hold a candle to The Gingerman, The Old Monk
or even The Flying Saucer. The first 3 beers I tried to order they
were out of. I suggested maybe they put cups or something over the
taps that are out. I got a surly look. They have a decent selection of
taps, and a good bottled selection and I did get to have a Cantillon
Gueuze but at $10.75 for 375 ml I'll not be making a habit of it.

So, it wasn't bad but I'm not raving. Seems to me The Gingerman could
come to the front range and rule. Oh well.

_Randal

Re: Finally Made it to Falling Rock:
Randal Chapman wrote:
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The guys that run Falling Rock are actually former G-man
employees(Austin). I have not been in a few years, butam going to GABF
this year, so I'll have to pay them a visit-I usually get one of the
Cantillion guezes too-I discovered this beer there, and fell in love(and
got sick) with this beer!


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