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49th State Brewing Company

Posted on June 25, 2017 by under Food and Drink.    

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No trip anywhere is complete without visiting a local brewery.

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This one has a neat restaurant with lots of good food choices.

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Grownups only on this dining excursion, for obvious reasons.

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The flights were a good deal. They offered several options that you could mix and match or even completely create your own.

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I really wanted a set of these cute little pilsners. Alas, they weren’t for sale.

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We weren’t that hungry so we just ordered a bunch of appetizers to share.

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The chips were just okay. Nothing to write home about.

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This was the crab dip, which I enjoyed, even though I think it was fake crab.

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These bacon bites were my favorite out of everything we tried.

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And, of course, we had to try their chicharrones, which were just okay too. We still like the ones they serve at The Hill the best.

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Here’s a pic of Brian trying one of the bacon bites.

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It was cloudy and cold the entire time we were in Anchorage but imagine this view had Mother Nature decided to cooperate.

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This is the view from 49th State Brewing Company’s deck.

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I imagine this would be a neat place to hangout in throughout the summer.

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Here’s a panoramic so you get the full effect.

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And a group photo of us out on the deck.

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After taking a short break for photos on the deck, it was time for dessert. This is the tiramisu that Clayton and Sheryll picked out.

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This is a slice of chocolate pie, which was Brian’s pick.

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I got creme brûlée.

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All four of us shared the appetizers and desserts though, so everyone got to try a little bit of everything. It was a great experience over all with good food, good drinks, and good friends.

Our server Matt was super friendly and, because it’s a small world, we found out that he has family in Wichita. He’s actually loosely related to Cynthia, the owner of Lumpiapalooza and Parsnipity Cafe.

The only thing I would have changed about the entire experience, had I had the foresight to plan the activity, would have been to schedule a brewery tour. I think that would have been really cool. Perhaps we will do so on our next visit because I doubt this will be our last trip to Alaska.

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