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The guys at Rocky Mountain like to experiment with small batches of unusual flavors. They've done a red chili beer and a toasted coconut porter, the kind of brews that disappear soon after they're introduced. But whenever you visit this garage-like tasting room, head brewer Nick Hilborn promises you'll get beer with personality: "We're not trying to dummy down our beers. We're not reducing the flavor so that more people will like them ... we're trying to impress the microbrew drinkers."

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