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Photos: The largest-ever Oskar Blues display takes over Argonaut

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This morning, employees of Argonaut and Longmont-based Oskar Blues arranged 1,000 twelve-packs of Oskar Blues beer into an enormous -- what else? -- beer can-shaped display at the store, the largest in the brewery's history. While the stack is up (through February 22), Oskar Blues is running a couple of contests: Winners can take home everything from some sweet sticks from Denver's Icelantic Skis (which also collaborated on a beer with Oskar Blues this year that's currently available at Old Chicago), an Oskar Blues jacket, a ski pass to Copper Mountain, or a case of Dale's Pale Ale every month for a year. The special $13.99 price per twelve-pack runs through Super Bowl Sunday. Continue reading for pictures and more information.

See also: - CHUBurger from Oskar Blues will serve burgers, fries in Longmont in 2013 - Oskar Blues will open Lyons Soul Distillery - Photos: Oskar Blues goes big with its 19.2-ounce Royal Pints of Dale's Pale Ale

Continue reading for more photos of the giant display.

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