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Reader: Forget Terrible Flavoring — Does Anyone Make Beer Anymore?

The Fourth of July isn't just about fireworks and freedom — there's also beer and barbecue! Just in time for this holiday weekend, Colorado's craft brewers have released an unprecedented number of brand-new canned and bottled beers. Jonathan Shikes recently served up a guide to 25 of these new brews — but not every beer drinker is a fan. Says Michael: 

Nearly every release here has some terrible flavoring added. Does anyone make beer anymore?  

What do you think of all the new summer brews? What's your favorite Colorado craft beer?

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