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    well, my wench found a better deal for the Oktoberfest at Santa Anita. $38.50 per VIP package on the Gold Star website. this is becoming too complicated.

    http://www.goldstar.com/events/arcad...nta-anita-park
    I BELIEVE I'll have another beer!

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    Allagash: Hugh Malone
    Bruwerij Dilewyns: Vicaris Tripel-Geuze
    Dogfish Head: Birra Etrusca
    Ninkasi: Oktoberfest
    Ninkasi: Tricerahops
    Modern Times: Roraima
    Stone: Enjoyby 10.25.13

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    Fantôme Saison D'Erezée - Printemps - savored this Saturday afternoon in Morro Bay, overlooking the Bay in 80 degree weather. De-li-cious! I wish I had had the foresight to get some creamy, smelly cheese to go along with this. Wow. Earthy, a bit of smokiness, musty, nice dry tart finish. I'd gladly drink this again and again and again and again......

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeerMan View Post
    KRBC is holding a lottery for their Citra DIPA bottles.

    a snippet from the newsletter:

    Pumpkin, GABF and yes, Citra
    For all you Citra fans out there, you have to wait. For all you Pumpkin fans, we will be releasing Pumpkin ale later this month. We are planning our annual "tap the pumpkin" party on Sunday, October 20th from 2-6 pm. We'll have pumpkin carving for the little kids, pumpkin beer for the big kids, pumpkin food and, well, a band with no pumpkins involved. Come on out and enjoy.

    We will soon begin our annual pilgrimage to the Great American Beer festival in Denver. If you were lucky enough to get tickets, we will be pouring JO, Class V, Single Track, Dirty Hippie and Class X on the floor. We should be at the booth most of the time, so come on by and say hi.

    OK, Citra is scheduled to be released on Friday, October 25th. We are doing things very differently this time. First, we will be holding a lottery for the Citra Bottles. To register for the lottery, go to the following link

    KRBC Citra Lottery Extravaganza

    details of the lottery are as follows. You have from Friday, October 4th until Sunday, October 13th to register for the lottery event on Brown Paper Tickets. This is an internet only event, just register and cross your fingers.

    From the list of people that register, we will have a random lottery draw to see who will qualify to buy bottles. If you win the lottery, you will be notified by e-mail, then you can go on Brown Paper Tickets to purchase your Citra Bottles (up to 6 bottles). Your e-mail will have all the details, but you must purchase between Sunday, October 20th and Thursday, October 24th.

    You must pick up your bottles at the brewery between Friday, October 25th and Sunday, November 3rd.

    Please note: only one entry per person into the lottery; you will have to provide a drivers license number and that number will have to match your lottery entry when you come in person to pick up your bottles. No exceptions. You may not have a friend come and pick your bottles up for you and we will not ship or hold bottles. Worse than that, you will not get refunded your money. So Pleeeeeeaaaaasssseee do not register for the lottery event if you will not be able to come to the brewery in person between October 25th and November 3rd.

    This is a fairly simple system, so don't try to make it too complicated.

    1. register on BPT for your chance to buy Citra (between Oct 4th and Oct 13th)
    2. If you are selected, buy your bottles on BPT (between Oct 20th and Oct 24th)
    3. Come pick up your bottles in person at KRBC (between Oct 25th and Nov 3rd)
    4. Drink fresh and enjoy.

    Citra will go on draft on Friday, October 25th and will be served draft only (no growlers) on a first come, first serve basis. It typically lasts about 2 to 3 days, but there are no guarantees on that. There is also an extensive list of rules and regulations on the BPT page, so go ahead and read those too before you contact us with any questions. And no, we won't let your buddy come pick your beer up for you. And no, we won't mail you your beer. And no, there won't be any Citra left over from people not showing up in Kernville since the rules are so clear that nobody would make that mistake after reading all this stuff.



    That's all for now, and good luck in the lottery!





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    The Crew

    Kern River Brewing Co.
    Shhhhhhhhh...........

    I'm kidding...but hey, maybe we should collaborate. If I get to buy a few, I'm willing to share. Just sayin'

    Enjoying my second JO right now
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    The TapIt Cap screws onto a growler and prevents beer from going flat after the bottle is opened. To fill a glass, a user injects carbon dioxide from an attached canister and releases the spigot. A pressure-release valve keeps the growler from bursting.
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    It will fit on my KRBC, El Segundo Brewing, and ladyface growlers but not my Stone :(

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    Anthem Cider/Wandering Aengus Ciderworks
    Maui Brewing: Pau Hana (Czech Lager)
    Ninkasi Brewing: Radiant Ale (am pale ale)
    Port Brewing: Hot Rock (Euro Dark Lager)
    Samuel Smith: Old Brewery Pale Ale (bottle)

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    Best pumpkin ale hands down. Much better than the BA Smashed Pumpkin (although the non BA version is stellar).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Azagthoth View Post
    Best pumpkin ale hands down. Much better than the BA Smashed Pumpkin (although the non BA version is stellar).

    That's what I think too, and I'm not a pumpkin ale guy much at all. Have already gone through 3 bottles this season - not a cheap beer to secure either.

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