|7||Lone Tree Brewing Company's Outta Range Pale Ale|
|7||Marston's Brewery's IPA|
|6||New Belgium Brewing Company's Fat Tire|
|6||Molson Coors Brewing Company's Coors Light|
|6||Firestone Walker Brewing Co. 's 805|
|1||GABF with 2 challengers|
|2||huddersfield with 1 challengers|
|3||wedding week with 2 challengers|
|4||HI or Bust with 2 challengers|
|5||Summer 2014 with 0 challengers|
You love beer, your friends love beer and the world of beer is big and getting bigger every day. BeerTickingChallenge.com is the perfect place for you to join a community of beer lovers just like you! Whether you want to have a place to tick your beers, easily create and participate in Challenges with your friends, or just connect with other beer enthusiasts – BeerTickingChallenge.com is the place. Get started by creating an account, ticking beers and creating a Challenge; the best way to make a game of ticking with your friends.
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