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Wednesday, 3 October 2012

Wednesday, October 3, 2012
Fred Noe is the great- grandson of the legendary distiller Jim Beam as well as Beam Inc.'s Global Bourbon Ambassador and Master Distiller. He is the seventh-generation distilling Beam and author of the recently published memoir, "Beam, Straight Up."

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Sure, you won't have any trouble finding a pair of Crocs in Boulder (they were invented here) or Phish-loving, mountain-hugging locals, but a good restaurant is a different story. Plenty of great eats abound and whittling them down to the five best is actually a challenging endeavor.
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